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UTech promises statement on alleged gay beating
2012-11-02 12:56:42 | (0 Comments)
Officials of the University of Technology (UTech) are expected to issue a statement this afternoon about last night’s incident in which an alleged gay male student was beaten by a security guard.
An alleged gay student is held by a security guard, while another beats him and another stands by. - Contributed
UTech’s Director of Advancement, Hector Wheeler says officials are locked in a meeting and will comment officially on the issue via a statement later this afternoon.
READ: CAUGHT ON TAPE! UTech security guards beat alleged gay student
Wheeler says he couldn’t disclose any other details.
Our newscenter understands that the student was mobbed after he was allegedly found in a compromising position with another male student.
A you-tube video shows the alleged gay man being kicked, punched and slapped by two male security personnel in a room while a female security guard watched with a piece of board in hand.
The security officers had reportedly taken him to the room to shield him from the mob.
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