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FEDERAL INVESTIGATION CONFIRMS ABUSE AT DOZIER By Ben Montgomery
FEDS CONFIRM CONDITIONS AT NOW SHUTTERED YOUTH PRISONS By Carol Marbin Miller
JUSTICE DEPART. FULL REPORT ON INVESTIGATIVE FINDINGS AT DOZIER AND JJOC (refresh)
JUSTICE DEPT. PRESS RELEASE (refresh)
READ TEXT REPORT HERE
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT LETTER TO GOVERNOR RICK SCOTT (refresh)
 In October 21, 2008 the gates of the Dozier School (FSB) were opened:
CAROL MARBIN MILLER ORIGINAL VIDEO
The ceremony was conducted with the presentation of a plaque which promised that these types of abuses
would never happen or be tolerated again. At some point the "whitehouse" was to be torn down. The men
were taken to a graveyard with 31 unmarked crosses amidst the woods, accessed by a dirt road.
The "Sealing of the White House Ceremony"
"When we left the ceremony that day we felt a deep and emotional sense of relief, we had been given an apology
however meager, we felt it was a beginning. Never, in the history of Florida had former inmates been allowed back
inside an institution to reconcile a wrongdoing by the State.
The White House Plaque" Florida's Promise to "Tear This Building Down"
Senator Al Lawson stated at a Jackson County Chamber of Commerce meeting in Marianna that he would try to
have the plaque removed from the notorious "whitehouse" punishment room. The citizenry of Marianna felt it was
a "stain" on their town.
"A question for Senator Al Lawson"
The Cemetery: As reported by Ben Montgomery, Waveney Anne Moore & Photographer Edmund D. Fountain in
their series "For Their Own Good" St. Petersburg Times now The Tampa Bay Times, Florida's Oldest Newspaper:
Cemetery Aerial Picture
The Dead at Dozier
There were many throw-away boys in this institution. Where are the rest of the boys buried?
Investigation into Florida School For Boys Cemetery Is Over But Mystery Lingers
By Ben Montgomery, Waveney Anne Moore Sat May 16, 2009
What the FDLE has done is write a blank check of immunity to any brute that works in the DJJ
Documents Detail Abuse At Florida School For Boys By Ben Montgomery & Waveney Anne Moore March 6, 2010
There are probably 75 to 100 men that received worse beatings than the above mentioned. Donald Smith, Bill
Haynes and Jerry Cooper, each received well over 100 lashes, yet they are not mentioned in the FDLE's report.
A LIST OF MEN WHO DID NOT RECEIVE 15 "GENTLE SPANKINGS"
A EXPLANATION ON THE TERM "FLOGGING"
Eleven year old boys received 260 or 38% of the beatings, and 17-year-old boys receive 21, or 3%. The older the
boy, the fewer the beatings
Archive: Boys Volunteered to Beat Way Out
"If one of your kids were kept in such circumstances, you'd be up there with rifles," Gov. Claude
Kirk said after his first visit to the Marianna School for Boys March 19. Kirk said the reform
school is in "absolutely deplorable condition."
"You would be up here with rifles"
"Then The Whip Falls" By Joy Reese Shaw
"Abolish The Lash & Lease" From a 1923 flier posted in Oldsmar, Florida
Psychologists Attack Marianna Treatment
By Jane Wood. Reporter of the Miami News
Links are on page 14
Links are on page 14
Penalties for Failure to Report and False Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect: Summary of State Laws
"For Their Own Good" St. Petersburg Times
Links are on page 18
October 21, 2008 Roger Kiser, Robert Straley, Dick Colon, Michael O'McCarthy and Bill Haynes were taken into
the FSB/Dozier grounds to conduct the "Sealing of the Whitehouse Ceremony"
Carol Marbin Miller, of The Miami Herald Breaks the Florida School for Boys Story
Carol Marbin Miller, of The Miami Herald at the "Sealing of The Whitehouse" Ceremony"
Brendan Farrington, Associated Press Takes The Story Nationwide The Next Day
Press Release Dec 8, 2008 at the The Capitol Rotunda, Plaza Level, Tallahassee, Florida
Roger Kiser makes a point during his
speech at the Ceremony.
Left to Right: Dick Colon, Michael O'McCarthy, Roger Kiser, Bill Haynes, Robert Straley