FLINT, MI - APRIL 20: Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announces that he filed 13 felony charges and 5 misdemeanor charges against two state officials and one city official as a result of their actions in the City of Flint's lead water contamination crises April 20, 2016 in Flint, Michigan. The officials are Stephen Busch, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality District 8 Water Supervisor, Michael Prysby, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality District 8 Water Engineer, and Michael Glasgow, City of Flint Laboratory and Water Quality Supervisor. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

Lansing -Governor Rick Snyder called the referral of a criminal complaint against Attorney General Bill Schuette to the FBI “clearly a serious matter.”

The governor’s office went on to reiterate the importance of an impartial investigation, telling the Detroit Free Press, “It’s important that the FBI be allowed to do a thorough investigation without any undue influence and let the facts take them wherever they lead.”


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