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Judge halts Penn State hazing death hearing as questions swirl over live-in adviser

August 11, 2017 GMT

By Staff

BELLEFONTE, Pa. – Lawyers for 18 Pennsylvania State University fraternity members charged in the hazing death of a pledge sought Friday to compel testimony from a live-in, adult adviser at the frat house who they say condoned and tried to cover up the booze-fueled party in February that ended in tragedy.

Tim Bream, who is also a university-employed athletics trainer, has not been charged in the case and was not in the Centre County courtroom despite defense attempts to subpoena him as a witness.

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