Survivors of the Florida School for Boys return to the site of legal kidnapping, torture and murder of children


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The fuck? But..Florida. Thanks for bringing this story to the forefront. Has anyone investigated a paper trail?


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There is no statute of limitations on murder. Florida, see justice is done.

Wait... black victims of Florida's government and police? Nevermind, not gonna happen.


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I was wondering how many of the perps would still be alive since some of the boys are now in their late 60's, but I guess it's possible. I would like to see who green-lighted these moves since some of the boys never saw judges or went through any official process at all, it seems.

I would hope through some form of paper trail that they could, at the least, receive some justice in the civil courts.


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The school stayed open until 2011. I'm sure some of the perps are still alive.


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Given that this hellhole wasn't shut down until 2011, I sadly have to wonder how many similar "institutions" still operate in the US?


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excavated 55 sets of remains at Dozier’s Boot Hill cemetery

tearing these people open in a vat of acid is too good for them.


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Were these atrocities going on for that long, or did they cease earlier in the 60's? My reading comprehension might be off because of a headache.


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They got repeatedly investigated over the years, and it's not clear when (if ever) the school cleaned up its act.


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And I'd like to hear what those sorry fucking investigators have to say for themselves in addition to the even sorrier fuckers that ran the place. Chilling, inhuman, appalling.
When I have to read @FloridaMan on twitter to feel better about my state, it's a sad, sad day.


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Private prisons, For The Win.
Capitalism, baby - Let the Free Market Free!


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Hanging's too good for them. Burning too good for them! They should be torn into little bitsy pieces and buried alive!


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