Tonight in an exclusive 360° interview, the openly gay student body president at the University of Michigan whose been attacked by the state's Assistant Attorney General breaks his silence.
Hear what Chris Armstrong has to say about the blog written by Andrew Shirvell. In postings the assistant A.G., who is an alum of the university, claims Armstrong has a "radical homosexual agenda."
Shirvell has taken a voluntary leave of absence from his state job, according to the Michigan A.G.'s office. Meanwhile, Armstrong is seeking an order of protection against Shirvell.
We've talked with Shirvell and his boss, Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox, who say the blog is covered under the first amendment as free speech. Though, Cox did admit Shirvell's actions didn't amount to cyberbullying. Still, Cox said there are no laws against cyberbullying in Michigan. Tonight, don't miss what Armstrong has to say about the controversy that’s gained national attention.
There's also breaking news out of North Carolina where a federal grand jury in Raleigh has issued a "sizable number of subpoenas" in its investigation of former presidential candidate John Edwards. That information is coming from Edwards' attorney. We'll bring you the latest.
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