In a second interview with LSUNow since their neighbor, 18-year-old Max Gruver, died in a suspected hazing incident, students Justin Franklin and Ty Meshell told Tiger TV they doubt Gruver's death will curb hazing in Louisiana State University's Greek community.
"I do still think that hazing will be a problem," Meshell said. "I don't think Max will be the last person to die from hazing."
Suite-mates and neighbors of Max Gruver, who died Thursday after being taken from the Phi De…
Nearly a month after Gruver was found unresponsive in the Phi Delta Theta fraternity house after reportedly being forced to drink lethal amounts of alcohol and LSU President F. King Alexander placed a hold on all Greek activities, most Greek activities have been reinstated.
Franklin, however, disagreed with suspension's lifting.
"One year off wouldn't hurt and it would've really showed that LSU is against what happened here, but they just went right back to the way things were," he said.
Hudson Kirkpatrick, 19, one of 10 men arrested in the hazing death of LSU fraternity pledge …