Thursday, July 11, 2013
USF SearchTeam Claims to Have Found The Dozier School's 'White Boys Cemetery' Site in KKK Held Marianna Fl.
USF SearchTeam Claims to Have Found The Dozier School's 'White Boys Cemetery' Site in KKK Held Marianna Fl. I was one of the first people to point out that there was no way in hell that the white boys and the black boys who "died" at the Dozier consintration camp were buried in the the same cemetary, never happened!
PHOTO BLACK BOY BURIED AT DOZIER SCHOOL MARIANNA FL.
USF Team Searching Secret Cemetery At ‘Dozier School For Boys’ Marianna Fl For Bodies Of Boys Raped And Murdered By Klan Members, FDLE has No Comment. Let’s get real here all you citizens of Florida, during the 1930′s, 1940′s, 1950′s and the the 1960′s Marianna Fl was the center and a stronghold for Ku Klux Klan activity, lynching of black males along with unspeakable rape, torture and murder of white and black boys at the Dozier School for Boys was the order of the day. Dozier school guards, administration, and the local Marianna Sheriff were all linked to the violent KKK. Just what do you think happened to the black boys at the Dozier School For Boys in the 1950′s and the 1960′s and do you think for one minute that these racist pig guards would put white boys and black boys in the same graveyard, get real!
PHOTO ABOVE 1922 DOZIER SCHOOL GUARDS MARIANNA FL.
FL SATE NEWS July 11th, 2013...Researchers at the University of South Florida have their sights set on excavating what they say might be the location of the long-rumored “white cemetery” at Marianna's infamous Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys, and one of them says that might just be the tip of the iceberg. “We thought this was private property,” Dr. E. Christian Wells, one of the archaeologists leading the ongoing excavations, tells Sunshine State News, of a square-shaped strip of land that lies just north of the school's Boot Hill cemetery. “But now that we know it's state property ... it's an area of interest for us.”
PHOTO ABOVE DOZIER SCHOOL 'WHITE HOUSE' MARIANNA FL.
According to the state's official story, Dozier only ever had one cemetery, named “Boot Hill” and located in what used to be the African-American section of the Marianna campus. Supposedly, and contrary to prevailing practice at the time elsewhere in America – and especially in the South – the 113-year-old school complex did not have separate cemeteries for blacks and whites. Even in the days of segregation, children who died in the state's custody, whatever their race, were supposedly buried on Boot Hill, enjoying in the grave the racial ecumenism they were denied while alive. NEVER HAPPENED.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com