Family says pledge who died after booze-fueled hazing treated like ‘roadkill’

His father, Jim Piazza, said that fraternity members “had all the intent to feed these young men lethal doses of alcohol.” He calls his son’s death “premeditated.”

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(Joe Hermitt / via AP) Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller, left, hugs Evelyn Piazza as her husband Jim stands in the background after announcing the findings in the investigation of the February death of the couple’s son, Timothy Piazza, seen in photo at right, at Penn State University’s fraternity Beta Theta Pi, Friday, May 5, 2017, in Bellefonte, Pa.

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NEW YORK — The father of a Penn State University student who died after an alcohol-fueled hazing ritual says his son was treated like “roadkill.”

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Piazza’s mother, Evelyn, says her grief is worsening as she learns more about the “horrors” that happened to her son.

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