Prosecutor: Suspect must give up his phone’s passcode in fatal hazing case

Prosecutor: Suspect must give up his phone’s passcode in fatal hazing case

Prosecutors in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, have recently asked a local judge to force a Louisiana State University student implicated in a fatal hazing case to give up the passcode to his cell phone.

This case, State of Louisiana v. Sean-Paul Gott, involves one of the three defendants who have been charged with misdemeanor hazing. A fourth defendant, Matthew Naquin, has been charged with negligent homicide connected to the death of an 18-year-old LSU student named Max Gruver.

According to prosecutors, Gruver was pledging to join the fraternity Phi Delta Theta back in September 2017. He was invited to attend an event code-named “Bible Study” that was, in fact, a drinking game where he would be quizzed on the fraternity’s history.

— Read on arstechnica.com/

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