The group of mostly young people who occupied the Capitol for 31 days and 30 nights, from July 16 to Aug. 15, were well-behaved and respectful of public property.
What started out for many students as a protest against racial injustice is becoming exactly what its puppet-handlers intended -- an opportunity to publicly embarrass re-election-minded Gov. Rick Scott.
Why are there only embers left of the state's original fire to exhume bodies and unearth the truth at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys?
' ... Nothing more rewarding than working with (these) dedicated and professional men and women ... and seeing firsthand how much of a positive impact FDLE makes across the state.'
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