PSU police now asking victims to come forward

STATE COLLEGE — Police on Tuesday said they believe computer forensics will provide critical information in the investigation of a Penn State fraternity suspended Tuesday amid allegations its members posted offensive photos on “secret” Facebook pages.

State College assistant police chief John Gardner said that “in theory and in practice” information gleaned from computer forensics may lead police to the individuals who operated the private, invitation-only Facebook page belonging to the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity.

Police began investigating after a former Kappa Delta Rho member told them of the Facebook page that he said featured images of hazing, drug deals and nude or partly nude woman who appear asleep or passed out.

Hopefully this can be prosecuted as a sex crime. This type of abuse and criminal behavior at fraternities must be rooted out.


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