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Politics / Shirvell-Armstrong Story / A Discussion #1033870

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012
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(New York: Anderson Cooper) The attack that started two years ago by Andrew Shirvell on an openly gay University of Michigan student Chris Armstrong reviewed. [September 28, 2010, SHIRVELL - says he is bringing awareness to what Chris stands for via his blog.] A legal decision in Shirvell's favor reviewed

(New York: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Armstrong's attorney Deborah Gordon about the case. [GORDON - criticizes the judge's decision allowing Shirvell to receive unemployment benefits; indicates Shirvell has never apologized for his "lies" against Armstrong and the jury decided.]

(New York: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) The legal issue involving whether Shirvell should get unemployment benefits and how the judge's decision will likely be overturned by higher courts discussed.

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