State College police Lt. Keith Robb said some of the women were able to identify themselves in screenshots taken from the page, and Penn State's Office of Student Conduct has helped students come forward in a way that makes them feel safe and comfortable, the Centre Daily Times reported late Wednesday. The Kappa Delta Rho fraternity has been suspended for a year and is being ordered by its national office to reorganize. Penn State President Eric Barron said the university has begun a wide review of the role fraternities and sororities play at the school. The police investigation became public last week after information about a search warrant was reported. The warrant targeted an invitation-only Facebook page run by the fraternity members that showed pictures of women, some apparently passed out or sleeping, nude or partially dressed, and screenshots of text messages discussing sex with the women, among other things. Police have said anyone who posted such pictures might be subject to criminal charges, including invasion of privacy. The investigation has prompted demonstrations on campus and outside the fraternity house. On Wednesday, protesters marched to the house and called for the school to shut down the fraternity permanently. Riffing on the school's call-and-response slogan of "We are
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WJAC reports that the chapter has been suspended after police said they found a secret Facebook group where members posted photos of mostly nude women, who were apparently photographed without their consent. According to a search warrant, police got a tip about two Facebook pages operated by Kappa Delta Rho, where the brothers allegedly posted photos of hazing and drug sales in addition to the nude pics. South Korean authorities did not specify what exactly was fired, but North Korea has conducted missile tests near Wonsan in previous years. In Texas, which will award a total of pledged delegates in the Democratic contest on March 3, Sanders gets the support of 34 percent of likely Democratic primary voters, and Biden gets 19 percent. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. Amy Klobuchar at 3 percent. Already a subscriber? Log in or link your magazine subscription. Account Profile.
By Chris Spargo For Dailymail. A Penn State fraternity has been suspended for sharing offensive pictures. Authorities were able to obtain some of the photos with a search warrant, but by the time they arrived at the fraternity house all of the computers had been wiped clean. Scroll down for video. Members of Penn State's Kappa Delta Rho fraternity above posted photos to a Facebook page that showed mostly nude women who were 'passed out'. The Daily Collegian reports that the page had about members, which included current students and past alumni. The first page, called Covert Business Transactions, was shut down after a female saw the page on a computer at the fraternity when one of the members left his computer on, and realized there was a topless photo of her that had been posted. She threatened the men, though unknown to her the page was moved to a new group, this one called 2. He said in a statement to authorities; 'This is the type of stuff that happens at KDR.
CNN A Pennsylvania State University fraternity has been suspended after allegedly posting on a private Facebook page compromising photos of women, including some who appeared to be asleep or passed out. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos Penn State frat's Facebook page prompts suspension.