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Richard Huntly also co-authored the book, "Dark Days of Horror at Dozier: Rapes, Murders, Beatings, and Slavery."   He is shown here with other co-authors (from left to right) John Bonner, Richard Huntly, and Arthur Huntley.

I would like to thank everyone who supported us in the journey of bringing our story to light. A special thank you to my best friend and brother in Islam, Brother Derrexs Suluki, who has been a strong supporter of our efforts from day one.  I also send my gratitude to my sisters Lilly Mae, Louise, and Luvenia who has always been there for me and supported me. I would like to give a special thanks to all support received from those in the community, news media, elected officials, members of BBAD, those interested in learning our story and countless others for the support they have given us.

In my gratitude, I include all of our friends who had our backs along the way while visiting certain areas and during speaking engagements: Mr. Ron Mizer, President of the NAACP in Marianna FL; Mr. Elmore Bryant, AKA Coach in Marianna FL; The University of Central Florida's very own, world renowned Erin Kimmerle, Anthropologist; Mr. Art Rocker, Chairman of the SCLC Florida seat; and a host of other acquaintances including Nina Berman of New York, BB News of Panama City, Ch. 9 News of Orlando FL, Mrs. Pam Bundy, State District Attorney, Tallahassee, FL, and Natasha of Al-Jazeera World News.

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