The parents of the FAMU drum major who died following violent hazing rituals are still searching for answers four months later without anyone being charged in their son’s death. The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports:

The parents of the Florida A&M University drum major who died following violent hazing rituals said Wednesday they are frustrated more than four months have passed without anyone being charged in their son’s death.

“We’ve been very patient, but we need answers,” said Pam Champion, whose son, Robert D. Champion, died Nov. 19 during a band trip to Orlando.

It likely will be at least three more weeks before the State’s Attorney’s Office in Orlando, which received the case in late March, decides whether to pursue charges. The next grand jury meets next on April 25, according to a state attorney’s spokesman.

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