Former Lindenwood student Michael Johnson, 28, was released from prison last week, four years after he was originally given a 30-year sentence for hiding his HIV-positive status from his sexual partners. […]
The saga of a former Lindenwood wrestler who was HIV positive and had unprotected sex with dozens of male partners in his dorm room has put Lindenwood at the center of a debate about whether HIV laws are outdated. […]
MATT HAMPTON | Reporter
The court ruled that the judge erred by allowing recordings of telephone calls made from jail to be admitted into evidence even though his attorney was not made aware of them until the first day of the trial. […]
Cayla Brown | Staff Reporter
Published July 13, 2015;
After being found guilty in five of the six HIV-related charges in May of this year, former Lindenwood student Michael Johnson was sentenced to 30 years in prison on July 13, 2015.
Viktoria Muench | Staff Reporter
Published May 17, 2015; 11 a.m.
The trial of former Lindenwood wrestling star Michael Johnson has come to a decision. Johnson was arrested in October 2013, after he had exposed several male sex partners to HIV. Although he had full knowledge of his disease at the time, he denied it to his partners when they asked him and claimed that he didn’t have the virus. […]