About freakin time that someone laid down the law and took action to solve age old murder cases of dozens of children, some as young as 6 years old, at Dozier School for Boys Concentration Camp in KKK held Marianna Fl.
NEWS 10 TAMPA FL...Tallahassee, Florida - Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi files a petition seeking a court order to exhume bodies at the controversial Dozier School for Boys, which closed in 2011. Bondi says atrocities were committed at the reform school in the 1900's (and 1950's) and it's believed the property contains the bodies of boys who died there but were never accounted for.
Last year, University of South Florida anthropologist Erin Kimmerle led a team that discovered more graves on the school property. Bondi says Kimmerle's work, and a family's request, prompted her to pursue a court order to exhume the bodies. "It's so important to these families. We know that atrocities occurred at the Dozier School for Boys back in the early 1900's and many of these families need closure and it's only fair to them that they are able to hopefully identify their loved ones and get their remains."
Dozier School A Concentration Camp For Little Boys Has Dark Secrets Unearthed In KKK Held Marianna Fl. In the town of Marianna, conversations about the Dozier School are difficult. Calvin Creamer, 62, knew the school cobbler who made boots with markings in the heels so they could track the boys down if they ran away – and the leather straps for the floggings. "They were mean people to start with," he said of the men who dispensed the discipline. "Back then, it was torture for those boys. And the police didn't care either beacuse they were Klan menbers. They would strip them down and strap them to 50-gallon drums bear naked, and then they'd beat them." News of the torture, rape and murder of children at the Dozier School for Boys in KKK held Marianna Fl has hit news stands world wide with the release of the bombshell story in the "The Independent News UK", see more below;
SUNDAY MARCH 3rd, 2013:
For years, almost no one at the Dozier School even knew about the burial ground in a clearing in the woods on the edge of campus. It was forbidden territory. The soil here, churned in places by tiny ants, holds more than the remains of little boys. Only now is it starting to give up its dark secrets: horror stories of state-sanctioned barbarism, including flogging, sexual assault and, possibly, murder.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com