Florida A&M president to remain on job
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida A&M University's president will keep his job while authorities investigate the hazing death of a band member.
The university's board of trustees on Monday rejected a call by Gov. Rick Scott that James Ammons be suspended.
The decision comes three days after the state medical examiner
ruled that 26-year-old Robert Champion's Nov. 19 death was a
homicide. Officials say he was beaten so severely that he bled
internally and went into shock. ...
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