Fraternity Sued After Student Tries to Fire Bottle Rocket Out of Backside

Lannom, Andrea
February 2012
State Journal (WV);2/10/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p23
The article focuses on the suit filed by Louis Helmburg III, a student at Marshall University, against the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity after one of its members allegedly attempted to shoot a bottle rocket out of his anus.


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