ORLANDO-The death of FAMU drum major, Robert Champion, has been ruled a homicide by The Orange County Medical Examiner’s Office.
There is now word as to who if any members of the FAMU band will be charged in his death. Champion was a graduate of Southwest DeKalb High School.
CF News 13 reports:
In a statement, the Medical Examiner said Champion displayed symptoms of hypotension or shock as he complained of thirst and fatigue, and later loss of vision, after the hazing incident.
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