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Fraternity Brothers Get Interrogated for Death of Their Pledge Brother in Chilling True-Crime Series (Exclusive)

In 2013, Pi Delta Psi’s fraternity at Baruch College in New York caused national outrage after their hazing rituals led to the death of pledge brother Michael Deng. This past January, four fraternity brothers were sentenced after pleading guilty in November to felony charges of voluntary manslaughter, and the frat itself was banned from operating in Pennsylvania for 10 years, as reported by CNN. Now, the case is coming to light again in an upcoming episode of Peabody and Emmy-winning journalist María Elena Salina’s true-crime series, The Real Story, which will publicly share interrogation tapes from the frat brothers and explore their code of silence. In Touch has obtained an exclusive clip ahead of the "Deadly Brotherhood" episode — which airs Monday, July 9 — featuring audio from the interrogation of fraternity brother Kenny Kwan and his version of the story. You can check it out in the video above. During the investigation,
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Ex-Frat Brothers Get Jail in Pledge's 2013 Hazing Death: 'Not One Person ... Called an Ambulance'

Three former fraternity brothers from New York City’s Baruch College were sentenced to jail Monday in connection with the 2013 hazing death of a pledge in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, according to multiple reports.

Their fraternity, Pi Delta Psi, was also banned from Pennsylvania for ten years and fined $112,000, according to multiple reports.

On Monday, in Monroe County Court in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, former Pi Delta Psi fraternity brother Kenny Kwan, 28, was sentenced to 12 to 24 months in county jail for his role in the death of fraternity pledge Chun “Michael” Deng in 2013, The Morning Call of Allentown reports.

Former fraternity members Raymond Lam,
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Four Fraternity Members Plead Guilty in ‘Absolutely Preventable’ Hazing Death of Baruch College Freshman

Four Fraternity Members Plead Guilty in ‘Absolutely Preventable’ Hazing Death of Baruch College Freshman
Four fraternity members charged with murder in the 2013 hazing death of a Baruch College freshman Michael Deng pleaded guilty to reduced charges in a Pennsylvania courtroom as part of a deal with prosecutors, People confirms.

In December, officials say the four men — Kenny Kwan, 28, Charles Lai, 26, Raymond Lam, 23, and Sheldon Wong, 24 — will be sentenced pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter and hindering apprehension.

Lawyers for the four defendants could not be reached for comment Tuesday.

Deng, 18, and the only child of Chinese immigrants, died on a fraternity trip to the Poconos in Pennsylvania during the winter of 2013.

He became unconscious during a brutal initiation ritual,
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Nightmare (2011) Movie Review

“Nightmare” is a film immediately of interest as one of the rare horror efforts to emerge from Mainland China, where pretty much anything even vaguely supernatural is frowned upon by the notoriously strict censors. Trying to serve up the scares despite the rules and regulations is veteran Hong Kong genre director Yip Wai Ying, responsible for several entries in the lengthy “Troublesome Night” series, with a cast that includes actress Zhou Xianxin (“Gao Kao 1977”), Victor Huang, Wu Jianfei (“The Prince of Tennis 2”) and Twins’ Gillian Chung (“The Fantastic Water Babies”) along with fellow popstar Kenny Kwan of Boy’z fame. Zhou Xianxin takes the lead as a young doctor called Fang Lei, who suffers from violent dreams and suspects that she might be a sleepwalker, haunted by memories of her parents’ deaths and stalked by the usual creepy long haired ghost girl. Things in her life get more complicated when
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Trailer for Chinese horror The Deserted Inn

Directed by Zhang Jhing, "Kenny Kwan stars in this thriller as a music composer whose career is on the rocks and retreats to a deserted town looking for inspiration to write his next hit song. After checking into a local inn, he begins to have nightmares that push him to the brink of insanity until he unveils the dark secret of the innkeeper." The photography in this is nice and dark, check the trailer after the break.

via KFC Cinema
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