There is no excuse  St. Petersburg Times - Nov 24, 1982

CMMiller broke the story Oct 19, 2008, At Ceremony: Brendan Farrington AP, Rich Phillips and Ed Lavandera CNN

The search for truth in a graveyard for boys   By Ben Montgomery (2015) 

11-Month Stay at Dozier School Haunts Lakeland Man to This Day   By Kevin Bouffard, Ernst Peters The Ledger

Senate Passes 2017 NASA Transition Authorization Act By Marcia S. Smith

Sen.Ted Cruz Sen. Bill Nelson

Finally some dignity for Dozier victims By Times-Union Editorial

This is the most in-depth series on the Dozier story that has been in the news for eight years, read by 1.18 billion 

Panel: Bury Dozier remains in capital By Lloyd Dunkelberger News Service of Fl. / The St. Augustine Record

LAID TO REST BY ANDREAS BUTLER
FLORIDA COURIER

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How Christian Reform Schools Get Away with Brutal Child Abuse
By Nile Cappello  illustrated by Lia Kantrowitz

Pasco, USF seek statewide forensics research lab By C.T. Bowen Pasco Times / Tampa Bay Times

Rick Flagg FNN News 31 Unmarked Graves 


Remains Of Dozier Victims Could Go To Tallahassee By The News Service Of Florida

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"For Their Own Good"

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"THEN THE WHIP FALLS" By Joy Reese Shaw

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A MIAMI HERALD INVESTIGATION INTO FLORIDA'S JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM

By Carol Marbin Miller
Senior investigative reporter

And Team


The Department of Juvenile Justice calls its philosophy “tough love.”

But a Miami Herald I-Team analysis of 10 years of seldom-seen records reveals an emphasis on the “tough.”

Documents, interviews and surveillance videos show a disturbing pattern of beatings doled out or ordered by underpaid officers, hundreds of them prison system rejects. Youthful enforcers are rewarded with sweet pastries from the employee vending machines, a phenomenon known as “honey-bunning.” The Herald found fights staged for entertainment, wagering and to exert control, sex between staff and youthful detainees and a culture of see-nothing/say-nothing denial.

Herald journalists also examined 12 questionable deaths of detained youths since 2000.

In the end, untold numbers of already troubled youths have been further traumatized.

With a one-year recidivism rate of 45 percent, it is a justice system that is supposed to reform juvenile delinquents, but too often turns them into hardened felons.

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Column: Florida's search for the missing
By Erin H. Kimmerle, Special, Tampa Bay Times

Dozier School for Boys, Part 1: "The White House Boys"WSRE The Aware Show With Dee Dee Sharp

THE SEALING OF THE "WHITE HOUSE" PUNISHMENT ROOM OCTOBER 21, 2008
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Discovering The Truth About the Dozier School For Boys  Greg Emmerich, Promega Corporation

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A proper burial for Billy Jackson By Daytona Times Staff

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