Felony Fees for Hazing That Led to Mind Injury


Felony fees have been introduced Friday in opposition to Ryan Delanty and Thomas Shultz, two former members of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity on the College of Missouri at Columbia, for his or her roles in hazing Danny Santulli final fall, The Columbia Daily Tribune reported.

Santulli suffered mind injury within the incident, which left him blind and unable to stroll or talk.

Delanty and Shultz are charged with telling him to devour a bottle of vodka. Santulli handed out after he consumed three-fourths of a bottle. He was affected by cardiac arrest when he was dropped at the hospital.

The felony hazing fees in opposition to each males are life endangerment; they’re additionally charged with the misdemeanor of supplying liquor to a minor or intoxicated individual. Shultz was additionally indicted for felony tampering with bodily proof in a felony prosecution.

A petition calling for felony fees within the case has been signed by greater than 35,000 individuals.


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