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College student parents sue college after their son died in possession

Bowling Green State University student Stoneforts' parents filed a lawsuit against the university after his son died of drinking alcohol in Ohio last year. In the

proceedings, Cory and Shari Foltz alleged that their 20-year-old son was exposed to violent possession by the Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity, known as PIKE, when he was in his second year of college. He was a pledge.

PHOTO: Cory and Shari Foltz, parents of Stone Foltz, a student who died after an alleged hazing incident, look on while Wood County Prosecuting Attorney Paul Dobson, left, takes questions from the media in Bowling Green, Ohio, April 29, 2021.

Bowling Green State University student Stone Foltz's parents Cory and Shari Foltz On April 29, 2021, in Bowling Green, Ohio, Wood County Prosecutor Paul Dobson died after an alleged hazy incident while being questioned by the media. Prison conditions for their role in the hazy death of Bowling Green State University students, the other two were ordered to serve the arrest of the house.

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Bowling Green State Universitybanished fraternity forever last year. According to the university, the university said in a statement that it was "absolutely unbearable." According to a statement, a college study found that "fraternity is reckless, ignoring health and safety" in the community.

The proceedings allege that Fortz and other pledges were taken to the basement of Bowling Green's house, forcing him to drink a liter of bourbon during a hazy ritual.

"We have committed to Stone forever ending possession on the college campus. Keeping students by complaining to Bowling Green State University. We are doing what we need to do to hold people accountable for their miserable omissions. We safely and recklessly ignore illegal activity. "

According to the proceedings, Fortz was told to complete the bottle and a member of the fraternity was told to take care of him.

The lawsuit alleges that Fortz spent almost three days in a coma due to forced drinking and died in an alcohol pose on March 7, 2021. According to the

proceedings, Fortz's parents claim that the university is responsible for the death of his son after years of haze within PIKE.

"Despite being fully aware of the decades of hazy activity in bowling green, the university enthusiastically supports parents and students in Greek life. The risk of injury and death from outdated and deadly hazy rituals is completely and completely outweighed, "Foltz's parents alleged in the lawsuit.

PHOTO: An alleged hazing activity involving alcohol consumption at a Pi Kappa Alpha off-campus event resulted in the hospitalization of a student. on March 4, 2020 at Bowling Green University in Bowling Green, Ohio.

Suspicious haze activity with drinking at PiKappa Alpha's off-campus event At the hospitalization of the student who did. March 4, 2020 at Bowling Green University in Bowling Green, Ohio.

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Forts PIKE According to the alleged proceedings, there was a history of haze that they did not notice when their son pledged, and that the university recently knew this ritual but did nothing about it.

"Students across the country will soon continue to experience death from humiliation, injury, and haze. We will strengthen education for students, transparency to parents, We demand a zero-tolerance policy for Greek organizations and immediate action from university leaders. We have complete control over what happens on campus. "

In the proceedings, in the absence of university recklessness, loose policies, loose enforcement of those policies, promotion of PIKE branches, functional investigations, and deliberate omissions in the face of repeated warnings, Stone. Forts claims he did not die.

The university opposed these allegations and called the proceedings futile.

"The death of Stone Fortz is a tragedy and it is unimaginable that his family has endured. But this proceeding is futile and eradicates our continued possession. Alex Solis, Deputy Chief Assistant and Spokesman for Bowling Green, said in a statement, "Supported universities actively protect communities from this action." ..