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Manslaughter charges thrown out in Penn State fraternity death
Tom Kline, the lawyer for the family of a Pennsylvania State University sophomore who died in a hazing incident, said on March 28 that his clients disagree with the magistrate's decision to throw out manslaughter charges against five members of the fraternity involved in the death.
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