SF State Responds to Baker's Dozen Beatings
Students share their thoughts on the beating of 13 singers
January 25, 2007 2:50 PM
The Baker's Dozen one of the nation's oldest all-male a cappella groups was recently attacked during a New Year’s Eve party in San Francisco while the group was participating in a West Coast concert tour. The trouble began shortly after midnight when the group sang "The Star Spangled Banner."
According to witnesses, the group was taunted and threatened for their conservative dress. After the group left the party they were ambushed by five or six individuals attacking each member. Injuries ranged from black eyes, concussions, to a broken jaw. Police have still not made any arrests at this time.
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