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*Info: [http://www.rickross.com/reference/teenboot/teenboot39.html Boot-camp witness tells of boy's death], Arizona Republic, October 20, 2004 (Re-print from [http://www.rickross.com The Rick A. Ross Institute])
 
*Info: [http://www.rickross.com/reference/teenboot/teenboot39.html Boot-camp witness tells of boy's death], Arizona Republic, October 20, 2004 (Re-print from [http://www.rickross.com The Rick A. Ross Institute])
 
*Info: [http://www.nospank.net/n-n79r.htm Boot camp director guilty in teen's death], By Michael Kiefer, The Arizona Republic, January 3 2005 (Re-print from [http://www.nospank.net Project Nospank])
 
*Info: [http://www.nospank.net/n-n79r.htm Boot camp director guilty in teen's death], By Michael Kiefer, The Arizona Republic, January 3 2005 (Re-print from [http://www.nospank.net Project Nospank])
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*Info: [http://www.abc15.com/content/news/phoenixmetro/central/story/Boy-s-mom-reacts-after-former-leader-of-boot-camp/tc4AmEt_lUWZvkjSKZnJIw.cspx Boy’s mom reacts after former leader of boot camp is freed], By Eric English, ABC 15, February 19, 2010
  
 
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Versionen fra 26. feb 2010, 06:36

American Buffalo Soldiers Re-Enactors Association 35 day summer boot camp was run by Charles F. Long II, a self-pronounced colonel [1]

In the news

Anthony Haynes died at the camp on July 1, 2001 after being forced to march in 111-degree temperatures for five hours, a time in which investigators said he became disoriented and was "observed eating dirt.". Charles Long was sentenced to six years in prison in 2005 [2] [3][4]

He was released from prison February 2010 [5]

See also

About Charles Long on Wikipedia

External Links

Info pages

Message boards

References

  1. About Charles Long from Wikipedia
  2. About the death
  3. About the case, Court-TV
  4. Buffalo Soldiers, A boot camp experience turns deadly for one troubled youth, By David Kohn, CBS 48 hours, June 28, 2002
  5. Buffalo Soldier Released From Prison, by Jason Barry, KPHO.com, February 18, 2010]