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Some former students have accused school officials of physical and sexual abuse, especially in the 1950s and ’60s.

Many former Dozier inmates call themselves “The White House Boys” after the white building where they say the worst abuse took place.

Under legislation (SB 708) passed this year, the panel was set up “to submit recommendations regarding the creation and maintenance of a memorial honoring the children who lived and died” at the school in Marianna, Jackson County.

The school, opened in 1900 about 60 miles west of Tallahassee, was shuttered in 2011.

Cooper said the inquiry was still open, but when asked about the investigation, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement released final reports on three separate but related probes that had been launched by the agency in early 2015.

Florida struggling to decide next steps for Dozier School for Boys Investigators looked into allegations of whether a one-time student had been "clubbed to death" in the late '60s and the mystery surrounding the missing remains of a former student.

Much of the torture took place in an utterly nondescript building called the White House.

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