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Shirvell Allowed on U of M Campus

Shirvell Allowed on U of M Campus


Michigan assistant attorney general Andrew Shirvell will be allowed back onto the University of Michigan campus if he steers clear of student government president Chris Armstrong.

Campus spokeswoman Diane Brown told that the exemption would allow Shirvell to attend sporting events, even if Armstrong is also attending. However, if he is found in violation of the modified order, he will be arrested and charged with trespassing.

Armstrong dropped a personal protection order against Shirvell prior to a scheduled hearing on the matter in October. The first openly gay president of the student assembly, Armstrong became a target for Shirvell, who wrote about the student in a blog that has since been made private.

Shirvell wrote several inflammatory posts about Armstrong, calling him a Nazi and accusing him of promoting a "satanic" lifestyle. Armstrong initially brushed off the taunts but eventually filed for the order in September after Shirvell reportedly started to stalk him.

Last month Shirvell, a University of Michigan alum, threatened to sue the university after he was barred from visiting.

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