On the night of February 2, 2017, while undergoing hazing rituals for the fraternity, Piazza, on an essentially empty stomach, drank large amounts of alcohol in a short time as part of an obstacle course called "The Gauntlet", which required each pledge to drink from a bottle of vodka, drink a beer, and finally drink from a bag of wine. They left him for the whole night alone. He had to have more than half his skull removed to relieve the massive pressure built up from all those head injuries. After 40 minutes of debating on what the next step should be, the conclusion was made that Piazza's injuries were indeed serious, and that he would require medical attention. Sucks that you have to come in basically bullying me because we disagree. i have to say, if this were just a random person from the general public, they seriously wouldn’t be this invested to make a throwaway account “to make someone change their simpleton mind” and then it results in you fighting to hang onto every tooth and infected hang nail (points which are not at all logical, and seriously only are one a sociopathic, guilty person would be rationalizing) Youre throwing shit to a wall and hoping it sticks, desperate for a new defense to use in court since the basement footage has now been released. He got up and tried to reach the front door but fell head first into it, knocking himself unconscious again. He later tried once more to descend the basement stairs, but fell down again, and remained at the base of the stairs until several of the fraternity brothers discovered him several hours later behind the bar in the basement, cold and breathing rapidly. Shit is about to get real and hit the fan because charges have been refiled, there’s new charges, on top of a new judge overseeing the entire thing and new evidence. His "brothers," could have handled it better, but it is clear his parents taught him no accountability, and have no idea what it is themselves. On the night of Feb. 2, 2017, Piazza, a 19-year-old sophomore, participated in an alcohol-fueled hazing ritual at the frat house. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. That little rant you went into wasn't cool at all. What led to his death was the negligent behavior of the fraternity members after Tim was first injured. Later on the a heavily intoxicated teen staggers toward the basement stairs, but his fall was not captured on video. An example should be made of that chapter, so I would say his parents are more like the dicks that are trying to fuck the assholes that just want to shit all over everything, IMO. Not calling 911 immediately is not Piazza fault.