FBI should be on the ground with USF Prof Dr. Kimmerle investigating murders and civil rights violations of the boys at Dozier School in Marianna Fl., KKK in Marianna Jackson County Fl and at the Dozier School for Boys, Reports of Beatings Rape and Murder at Dozier School for Boys in Marianna Reminiscent of Movie 'Sleepers' See Photos., TROY TIDWELL THE ‘ONE ARMED MAN’ TORTURED BOYS AT THE DOZIER SCHOOL FOR DECADES HE IS A LIFELONG RESIDENT OF MARIANNA FL LIVING ON PUTNAM AND PARK ST., where did the guard work pool come from for the Dozier concentration camp?
Sunday, August 11, 2013
TROY E. TIDWELL THE ‘ONE ARMED MAN’ TORTURED BOYS AT THE DOZIER SCHOOL FOR DECADES HE IS A LIFELONG RESIDENT OF MARIANNA FL LIVING ON PUTNAM AND PARK ST. Let’s get real here all you fine citizens of Marianna Florida, during the 1930′s, 1940′s, 1950′s and the the 1960′s Marianna 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 (from Marianna), 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 just who do you think worked at Dozier, Martians?
It is a matter of fact that young boys, both white and colored, were raped and tortured at the Dozier School for Boys “White House” in Marianna Fl, at least 65 ended up dead. During the time frame of 1932 to 1936 there were reported to be 12 young ’colored boys’ who died of “Pneumonia” (just like in the movie ‘Sleepers’) at the Dozier School for Boys in Marianna Fl. On October 26th, 1934 the ‘colored man’ Claude Neal was brutally tortured and lynched in Marianna Fl by the KKK and his body was left hanging to a tree in the Marianna Town Square for 24 hours, so what really happened to those ‘colored boys’ at Dozier?
Just as the autobiographical book and movie Sleepers should serve as a cautionary tale against the cruelties of a few against those within their control. Lorenzo Carcaterra grew up in Hell’s Kitchen, New York in the 1960’s and, after crushing a man accidentally during a prank, was sent off with three of his friends to the Wilkinson Home for Boys (Elmira Reformatory in the 1960’s) in upstate New York. There, at the hands of those in charge, Carcaterra and his friends were abused repeatedly.