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Penn State Hazing Death: Judge Orders Contempt Hearing for Fraternity Adviser

August 11, 2017 7:32 PM
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Penn State Hazing Death: Judge Orders Contempt Hearing for Fraternity Adviser

BELLEFONTE, Pa. — A judge on Friday subpoenaed the resident adviser of the now-shuttered Penn State fraternity where 18 members face charges in the hazing-related death of a pledge.

Tim Bream, the live-in adviser and Penn State Athletics employee, has been ordered to appear in court on Aug. 30 for a contempt hearing. Defense attorneys wanted to call Bream, 56, as a witness in the case Friday — saying he had a key role at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity as an adviser — but have bee...

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