It started last October. More than 70 police officers, special agents, and government officials executed search warrants on each of the seven Catholic dioceses in Michigan simultaneously. They loaded vehicles with boxes and filing cabinets – everything they could find related to potential sexual abuse by priests who have worked in Michigan from 1950 until now. Attorney General Dana Nessel says Michigan is the first state to execute a search warrant on the Church in this way. Now, Nessel says she expects her office’s investigation to last at least two years.