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Two former Missouri frat brothers charged in hazing incident

Two former Missouri frat brothers charged in hazing incident

Two former Missouri frat brothers

Two former Missouri frat brothers charged in hazing incident
Two former Missouri frat brothers charged in hazing incident

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A grand jury indicted two former fraternity members at the University of Missouri in connection with a hazing incident last fall that left a student blind and with permanent brain damage.

The charges stem from in-camera reversals of 19-year-old Danielle Santoli, who was forcibly fed beer and forced to drink a liter of vodka, leaving him blind and unable to walk or speak.

He had to be revived in hospital after his heart stopped when his blood alcohol level was left at 0.486, six times the legal limit.

David Bianchi, an attorney who specializes in offences and represents the Santoli family, said the damages were “as appalling as they can be and are still alive”.

“It’s the worst sibling injury ever in the United States,” he said, saying he’s been “doing these cases for 30 years.”

I know defense attorneys who defend fraternities. And everyone agrees that this is the worst of all,” Post-Dispatch insisted.

He said Bianchi had filed civil lawsuits against 23 fraternities, all but two of which were settled out of court.

“There may be dozens or more fraternity members responsible for this opposite event,” he said of the possibility of further accusations.

The Post-Dispatch said Schultz, 21, is accused of being the vice president of the fraternity who bought a liter of Tito vodka in October for hawks, despite Phi Gamma Delta’s supposed “no alcohol” policy.

He allegedly handed the family-sized bottle to Delanty, who was Santulli’s “pledge dad” who told him he had to drink it, the report said.

The lawsuit says another member, Alec Wetzler, poured beer into Santoli’s mouth with a funnel and tube. Wetzler was charged earlier in June with misdemeanors of supplying alcohol to a minor and possession of alcohol in a minor.

The family’s suit said that before two nights of hazing, he broke down in tears to his sister about the tension—and his parents tried to persuade him to drop the vow.

That chapter of the Phi Gamma Delta has since been removed from the campus and the university said in May that 13 students had been disciplined, but did not specify how, the local newspaper noted.

Other charges include misdemeanor supplying a minor or drunkard with liquor, while Schultz also faces an additional criminal charge of tampering with physical evidence, the newspaper said.

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