James, of New York, sued to have the university pay for pain and loss of income caused by the shooting at the event, sponsored by the school's Black Student Union. He was shot in the foot, and recovered by 2009 to the extent he was playing professional basketball in Israel, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Monday.
U.S. District Judge David S. Cercone, in granting Duquesne's motion for summary judgment Saturday, ending the case, noted the school provided security at the dance, and met all its legal obligations.
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