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Blame game continues over FAMU drum major death

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The criminal investigation into the death of a Florida A & M University Drum major due to possible hazing continues. The incident has damaged the brand of one of the most visible university marching bands in the nation. Now, as law enforcement agencies and the university try to sort out what happened to Robert Champion, Lynn Hatter reports the blame game is emerging, with different groups pointing fingers at each other.

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