Wrongful death suit of
Victor grad transferred
Democrat and Chronicle:
Reported a wrongful death
lawsuit filed by the Adam Falcon's parents. Adam drowned three years ago while
attending college at St. Lawrence University. The suit alleges that several fellow
university students and the owners of an off-campus bar contributed to Adamís
death by neglecting their duty to care for him the night he died. Adam was found dead in the Grasse River.
blood-alcohol level at the time of the autopsy was 0.21 percent.
Court to hear student drowning lawsuit
CANTON, N.Y. -
Reports on the lawsuit filed by Adam Falcon's parents which seeks damages from the university and Garret Huntley, an SLU
student from Massena, whose license Adam used the night he disappeared. Other
defendants are students and part-time bartenders Greta Thomas and Keith
Sullivan as well as Richard and Alfred Cassara, who operate the Tick Tock, and
Elizabeth Masterson and James Merrill. Masterson.
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reached in student's death
Associated Press - December 13, 2007 3:15 AM ET
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Reported on a partial court settlement was reached the civil lawsuit A $100,000 out-of-court settlement was reached with Elizabeth Masterson, a
fellow Saint Lawrence student who gave Falcon alcohol at a residence hall party.
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Last Update: 4/28 10:08 am
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(Victor, N.Y.) -- Adam Falcon, of Victor, Ontario
County, was a third-year student at St Lawrence University when he
drowned in the Grasse River near the Canton, N.Y. campus in 2004.
At the time, his death was ruled an accident; but, now,
Reported that detectives are investigating the deaths in rivers of 40 young men
around the country. Due to the timing of the deaths, they believe a
group of serial killers may be responsible. Most of the deceased
men were last seen at or leaving a bar. They speculate that the
men are separated from their friends. Officials also believe the
men's deaths are connected because, in many instances, a smiley face was
found drawn near the scene. Two retired New York City detectives
now wonder if Falcon was murdered.
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