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Dozier Exhumations Set to Begin Aug. 31

August 22, 2013 - 6:00pm

After months of back-and-forth between a team of anthropological researchers at the University of South Florida, excavating human remains will begin on the grounds of the former Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys starting Aug. 31.

The exhumation comes after several setbacks in the course of the research team's efforts to exhume bodies at the school. Earlier this summer, Secretary of State Ken Detzner rejected the researchers' request for a permit to exhume bodies, saying his department did not have the authority to grant such a request.

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