Graves at Florida Reform School Excavated

The now-closed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys has a history of alleged abuse.
0:54 | 09/04/13

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More grim news from a juvenile reform school in Florida the remains of two boys have been discovered in shallow graves. And there could be many more researchers from the university of southern Florida say the remains were buried in separate coffins near each other and could have been -- years apart. -- -- Quite -- the top it was about forty centimeters below the survey -- -- So that avenue -- flags have very different periods of people in. This area. DNA will now be analyzed to see if it matches any former students. Dental remains indicate the boys were between ages ten and thirteen. The Dozier school for boys was run by the state of Florida until it was closed in 2011. The school faces allegations of extreme abuse and torture dating back to over a century ago. Searchers believe there are at least fifty people buried at the site.

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