A prosecutor brought fresh charges against 12 members of a Pennsylvania State University fraternity on Monday in the death of a 19-year-old student after examining recovered surveillance-camera video of an alcohol-fuelled initiation rite that turned deadly. A total of 17 fraternity members are now facing various charges, including involuntary manslaughter, aggravated assault, hazing and furnishing alcoholic beverages to a minor in a state that bans drinking under the age of 21. Announcing the new charges, Stacy Parks Miller, Centre County's district attorney, said the recovered footage, which had been deleted after the fraternity learned police were planning to seize the video, clearly showed criminal conduct. District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller says Piazza was given at least 18 drinks over a period of one hour and 22 minutes. The deleted video was recovered with the help of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Parks Miller's office said.