Charges Filed in Hazing Death of Florida A&M Drum Major

This is despicable.

Ginger M,

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Florida state prosecutors have filed 13 felony charges and 20 misdemeanor hazing charges against students who allegedly took part in the beating death of Florida A&M band drum major Robert Champion. But because the medical examiner concluded his death was not caused by any single blow, no murder or manslaughter charges were filed.

At a press conference on Wednesday, state attorney Lawson Lamar said the students were charged under a 2011 Florida statute that defines hazing and labels it a felony and administers more severe punishment if the hazing results in injury or death. The suspects, all FAMU students, were not named because all but one are at large. That student is currently in custody.

(MORE:Alleged FAMU Hazing Homicide Stirs Memories of Florida’s Tense Racial Past)

Champion, 26, was on a bus with his FAMU bandmates last November after a performance in Orlando when he collapsed, allegedly…

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