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Justice for Jelani Day: Omega Psi Phi Petition Calls On Feds To Take Over Frat Brother's Death Investigation

2 days ago   |   By News One

The historically Black fraternity to which Jelani Day belonged is calling on federal law enforcement officials to either join or take over the existing investigation into the graduate student's death in Illinois.
Members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. and the Nu Epsilon chapter at Alabama A&M University, a historically Black college where Day attended, launched an online petition to amplify their demands and said they won't rest “Until the person responsible for killing Jelani is prosecuted and convicted.”
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