More Campus Violence: Two Stabbings At Long Island School

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Are You Feelin This Get Up?, F*ck a Thug, Jesus Take The Wheel

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What is up with all of these college students in the news for violence? A dorm-room party at CW Post in Long Island, NY turned into a free-for-all. At the end of the night, freshman football player Dominique Moody was among two stabbing victims. Pop the hood.

A campus party turned CW Post-al early yesterday morning.
A wild melee at the university on Long Island left two people with stab wounds — including a freshman football player — and four others injured.

Witnesses said the fracas — which broke out about 3 a.m. at a party thrown by a student in his cramped dorm room — spilled out into a hallway and left blood splattered the length of a corridor.

“There was blood from one end of the hall to the other,” said one dorm resident. “It looked like someone got shot. It was ridiculous. It was scary.”

A source said that Dominique Moody, a freshman linebacker originally from Texas, was stabbed in the ruckus, which involved about 30 people.

Details of his injuries were not disclosed, but he is expected to recover, police said.
A witness said that a female student was knocked unconscious during the fight and that another student was taken from the scene on a stretcher. None of the injuries are life-threatening, police said.

Sources said that the fight pitted CW Post students against an off-campus crew.
Police said they were investigating what started the fight and that no arrests had been made yesterday afternoon.

Isn’t college life supposed to be safer than life of the street?

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