The investigation into the hazing death of Fla. A&M band member, Robert Champion, is focusing on 30 people believed to have been participating in the hazing. Debbye Turner Bell reports.
Kudos to the FAMU Board of Trustees for not bowing to the request of Florida’s Governor Rick Scott to suspend FAMU President Ammons during the ongoing investigation. Hazing has been an issue in most Florida schools (fraternities and sororities) for at least the last 30 years. Now all of a sudden because of the needless death at a predominately black university, the perils of hazing is suddenly being addressed with an urgency like never before. There is a hazing related death lawsuit ongoing currently at a Central Florida University, has anyone heard about it or has the Governor called for the University President to step aside? I don’t think so. But I can deduce the reason.
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