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Andrew Shirvell: I'm The Victim Of The Homosexual Agenda To Silence Critics

Pee-Wee Herman lookalike and former Michigan assistant attorney general Andrew Shirvell is defending himself in the harassment lawsuit filed by openly gay University of Michigan student body president Chris Armstrong. Shirvell, who was fired after stalking Armstrong, says he is the victim of the "radical homosexual agenda" to silence critics of the movement. And he is counter-suing.
Shirvell also filed a number of counterclaims, claiming that as a result of Armstrong's statements to the media and his "course of conduct" towards Shirvell, Shirvell was "improperly fired" from his position in the Michigan Attorney General's office. He also claims that Armstrong's lawyer conspired with the AG's office to get him fired. In the complaint, Shirvell says he "has suffered significant loss of income, future earnings, and the right to enjoyment of his livelihood as well as emotional distress, humiliation, mortification, embarrassment, sleeplessness, anxiety, and depression as the result of Plaintiff‟s tortious conduct." He asks for a jury trial to determine damages.

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