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It has been one year since a Baruch College fraternity pledge was killed while participating in a hazing ritual at a rented home in Tunkhannock Township. And the family of Chun Hsien "Michael" Deng is still frustrated that no one has been charged in the ...
The Morning Call · 12/15/2014
NEW YORK (CNN) -- Charges are expected in the death of a New York City college student who was injured during a fraternity ritual on a trip to Pennsylvania, a prosecutor said Thursday. Monroe County District Attorney E. David Christine told CNN that ...
WPTV · 12/16/2013
Thirty Baruch College students could face a slew of criminal charges this week - ranging from hazing to homicide - related to the death of a fraternity pledge, a lawyer representing the victim's family says.
Yahoo News · 7/30/2015
Attorney Douglas Fierberg says police assure him charges are imminent in the death of Chun “Michael” Deng, 19. “They have ruled that it is a homicide, and that now the only thing left is for charges to be filed,” Fierberg said. Homicide charges in ...
mycentraloregon.com · 7/7/2014
Police are investigating the death of a New York City college freshman who was fatally injured during a fraternity hazing ritual over the weekend. Chun Hsien "Michael" Deng, a 19-year-old student at Baruch College in Manhattan, traveled to a rented home in ...
latinopost.com · 12/21/2013
The chapter of Pi Delta Psi at Baruch College in New York has been revoked following the death of freshman pledge Michael Deng last week, Bloomberg Businessweek reported. Deng, 19, died on Dec. 9 in a hospital after enduring a blow to the head during a ...
HNGN · 12/17/2013
coroner’s office said earlier this week that the death of Bayside resident Michael Deng, 19, has been ruled a homicide. Deng, a freshman at Baruch College, was being initiated into a fraternity during a hazing weekend at a rented house in the Poconos.
Queens Chronicle · 2/20/2014
The family of a dead college student may file a late notice of intent to sue Baruch College over its alleged failure to prevent his apparent hazing death in 2013, a state Court of Claims judge has determined. Judge Alan Marin ruled from Manhattan in Liu v.
New York Law Journal · 4/20/2015
The death of a Baruch College freshman during a hazing ritual on a fraternity trip to the Poconos has been ruled a homicide, the coroner says. Chun Hsien "Michael" Deng, 19, died in December after participating in the ritual in which he and other pledges ...
NBC 4 New York · 2/14/2014
Charges may not be filed until May in the death of Chen "Michael" Deng, a freshman at New York's Baruch College who died from brain injuries in December following a hazing game called the "glass ceiling," officials said. Each of the 30 Pi Delta Psi ...
Reuters · 3/27/2014