On October 12, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission unanimously passed a resolution condemning the conduct of Asst. Attorney General Andrew Shirvell

From the Michigan Department of Civil Rights: 
According to a Press Release just issued, on October 12, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission unanimously passed a resolution condemning the conduct of Asst. Attorney General Andrew Shirvell. This individual has been targeting Christopher Armstrong, a University of Michigan student.
“The Commission believes such conduct should not be tolerated from anyone, let alone a public official responsible for representing all people equally. The Commission is also concerned about the scope and nature of the involvement of this individual in the execution of the work of the Office of the Attorney General,” states an excerpt from the resolution.
To see the resolution in its entirety, please visit: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mdcr/CRC_Resolution_rev.10-12_335082_7.pdf

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1 Response to On October 12, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission unanimously passed a resolution condemning the conduct of Asst. Attorney General Andrew Shirvell

  1. rickster says:

    This entire fiasco as been perpetrated for the sole purpose of challenging the hate crime law protecting gays. Shirvell is nothing but a political embed for all the right wing groups such as Michigan Family Association (who were tossed out of court) so as to challenge the law through his shenanigans. when the records are revealed this will be proven. I am laying odds that Shirvell did nothing but work on anti gay briefs and anti democratic legislation briefs. When Shirvell was on AC360 he gave the name of Alliance Defense Fund. That is who he really works for among others. It will come out that Shirvell told ADF about Armstrong and that it was Shirvell who called the police so he could film them showing up. Never pick a zealot to be your martyr. The anti gay Christian right is going to go down in flames over this incident.

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