Student Peri Kahraman of Columbus, Ohio, said women cannot feel safe at fraternities and that she took part in the rally to help change that culture. AP — More than Penn State University students and other supporters demonstrated Friday against a fraternity accused of posting photos of nude or partly nude women, some asleep or passed out, on an invitation-only Facebook page, urging the administration to take stronger action against those involved. Members of the Facebook page bragged about who they "banged," posted photos of strippers hired for frat parties and discussed sexual conquests, according to screen shots included in police evidence. Keith Robb said the police investigation is being conducted jointly with the Penn State student affairs office. After the police investigation, Rosenberg added, the national KDR headquarters will "make a decision regarding the Penn State chapter that is appropriate for all parties.
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Police Say Penn State Fraternity Circulated Nude Photos Of 'Unsuspecting Victims'
State College Police Lt. The matter became public after State College police said in a search warrant they were looking into a Facebook page where, a former member told them, members shared photos of drug sales, hazing and unsuspecting victims, some of whom appeared to be asleep or passed out. March 20, at 3: The State College chapter of Kappa Delta Rho has been suspended for a year by its national organization while a review is underway. It comes with the territory. One of the Facebook posts showed a text message from a woman to one of the members saying that she "blacked out" and assumed she'd had sex with him, but was concerned about whether they'd used protection. The protest took place during a snowstorm in front of the main administration building.