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11/29/2006

Frat members get off on 'Brokeback' case; folks whose minds are in the gutter wonder if DVD inside the case stayed dry

by Jeremy Hooper

Saying that the police hadn't adequately proven the allegations, a judge today dismissed the case of four members of the University of Vermont's Phi Gamma Delta fraternity who were cited earlier this year for allegedly forcing pledges to dress up like Brokeback Mountain cowboys while they hurled homophobic insults at them.

The boys are said to be delighted that it doesn't look like they'll have to pay the $1,000 fine, as those costumes from The Queen are gonna be expensive!

Judge dismisses hazing charges against UVM students [AP via Boston.com]

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