A growing chorus that includes accusers, lawyers and now even Michigan’s Attorney General is calling for Michigan State University to release its internal review into Dr. Larry Nassar. The disgraced former MSU and Olympic team gymnastics physician pleaded guilty to sexual abuse charges last month after more than 140 women and girls came forward alleging they had been assaulted over two decades. “I will not be healed until MSU does the right thing,” said Jessica Smith, one of Nassar’s accusers, “because one man might be behind bars, but for all of the people that enabled that? That could still happen again,” Smith was 17 when she says Nassar used his fingers to penetrate her repeatedly under the guise of medical treatment. Alexis Alvarado was only 12 when she says Nassar did it to her.