Parents seeking answers for Cornell freshman found dead at gorge: ‘We're just looking for the truth'
Added 11-17-19 07:13:02pm EST - “"There are people that know what happened and nothing is being said," John Tsialas said of his son's death during a recent interview with ABC's "Good Morning America."” - Nydailynews.com
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Weeks after a Cornell University freshman was found dead at the bottom of a gorge, the student’s parents want an explanation.
Antonio Tsialas’ mother and father are seeking information about the tragic death of their son, whose body was discovered near Ithaca Falls in upstate New York on Oct. 26.
"There are people that know what happened and nothing is being said,” John Tsialas said of his son’s death during a recent interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
Tsialas, 18, was last seen on Oct. 24 at the Phi Kappa Psi house before being reported missing the next day. He had gone to dinner with his parents before going to the Phi Kappa Psi house for a party, they said.
In an effort to obtain information, the teenager’s father and mother, Flavia Tomasello, will give $10,000 to any attendee at that party who can tell them something regarding the situation.
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