Ravi: Clementi Wasn't 'Fragile'

    ABC NEWS - Chris Cuomo sits down with former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi in his first television interview since being found guilty of all 15 counts of spying on his college roommate, including invasion of privacy and anti-gay intimidation -- a New Jersey state law hate crime. The exclusive interview airs on 20/20 on FRIDAY, MARCH 23 (10-11pm, ET) on the ABC Television Network.  Portions of the exclusive interview will air across all ABC News programs and platforms starting today, 3/22/12.  (ABC/LOU ROCCO)

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    The former Rutgers University student found guilty of some hate-crime charges for spying on his gay roommate, Tyler Clementi, who later committed suicide, said he has no problem with gay people. "Did you want to intimidate him?" ABC News's Chris Cuomo asked him. "No," Ravid answered. "Did you record him having sex?" "No." "Did you out Tyler Clementi?" "No." Ravi said he was sorry for what he did, but maintained that his actions were not hateful. "I really don't think he was very fragile," Ravi said, referring to Clementi. Sentencing is expected in May.

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