In the five months since an investigative report was declared evidence in former IPFW Chancellor Mike Wartell's lawsuit against Purdue University, university attorneys never asked for a court order to keep it from the public.
They used the name of a legitimate and well-known veterans organization and promised their money was going to help area veterans.
Between 1999 and 2013, Tazz Langston racked up five juvenile arrests, 16 misdemeanor arrests and five felony counts.

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