Defendant Involved in Fatal Hazing of Michael Deng Pleads Guilty

The Pi Delta Psi brothers present the night our client lost his life in a violent fraternity hazing ritual face a range of criminal charges including assault, hindering apprehension, and hazing.

Deng was killed during a trip with the Baruch College chapter of the Pi Delta Psi fraternity.

School Violence Law represents the family of Michael Deng in its pursuit of civil justice in his behalf.

As reported previously, 37 members of an Asian-American cultural fraternity – Pi Delta Psi at Baruch College in Manhattan – were arrested December 2013 after Michael Deng died of head injuries sustained during a brutal hazing ritual known as “the glass ceiling.”

Ka-Wing Yuen is the first of the Pi Delta Psi defendants to stand trial. He plead guilty to charges of conspiracy to hinder apprehension by evidence tampering, and conspiracy to commit hazing Tuesday in Monroe County Court of Common Pleas in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. 

Yuen will be sentenced January 23 and could received several months in prison.

Five of the remaining 36 defendants face third-degree murder charges.

Click here and here to review our previous coverage on the events that transpired that fatal night.  

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