Exhibit A in Hazing Case 

Earlier this month, former Emory student and Woodruff scholar Raymond McKoy filed suit against his fraternity and several of its members, alleging extensive hazing. The suit, filed in DeKalb County Superior Court, claims McKoy was beaten with canes and scalded with hot wax during his spring 2003 pledge with Kappa Alpha Psi, a historically black fraternity. This photo shows the bruising on McKoy's back following one beating. McKoy left the school last fall. "As a direct result of the assault and battery committed by the defendants against him, Raymond suffered terrible pain, personal and emotional injury," the lawsuit states, "and has suffered, and will in the future suffer, from these and other damages."

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