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December 11, 2012 8:06 AM

Report: About 100 boys may have died at now-closed Florida youth prison

About 100 boys may have died between 1900 and the 1970s at a controversial youth prison in the Florida Panhandle, including seven boys who perished after escape attempts, according to a new report that raises troubling questions about the now-shuttered Dozier School for Boys.

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