72 warrants are out for 24 Tarleton students for hazing

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7 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Frat

  2. C. Womack says:

    Anyone can be accused or arrested for anything. Let due process play out. I would not be surprised to see many of these charges dismissed in the coming weeks as a mountain of gossip gets sifted through for the facts.

    • Sean says:

      Generally speaking, arrest warrants must have a judge or magistrate sign them for them to be official and serviceable. This means there would be a significant amount of evidence behind it. They signed 72 arrest warrants, so I’m going to guess there was that much evidence. If not then that will probably be the job of whatever judge/magistrate signed the warrants and the officers who brought the warrants to be signed. Also 5 people went to the hospital, that kind of means it’s rather serious.

  3. D snider says:

    I’m also pretty sure those kids have a damn Bain. It was there choice to play apart in that. To be “hazed” nobody put a gun to their head an said “if you font drink all this I’ll shoot you” the ones who nearly killed themselves are also to blame and in my opinion this is not hazing. This is coming from someone who got picked on in school so cut these guys a break. We all have brains so there for when you’ve feel you’ve had enough but you keep going just to prove yourself well then that’s all you buddy. I wasn’t there but if they chose to attend that “Haze” session they’re just as much to blame.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Watch the hazing videos

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