FAMU Drum Major Targeted Because He Opposed Hazing, Lawyer Claims

The parents of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion, who police believe died after a violent hazing, said today that their son may have been hazed more severely than other students because of his opposition to the practice. "Robert Champion was the poster child of anti-hazing. He threatened the very institution of hazing in this band," said attorney Christopher Chestnut, a lawyer for Champion's family. During their investigation into what happened to their son, Champion's family...Full Story
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