"They was throwaways."
"The stories raised questions about a purported cemetery on the school's property, and the reporter had hit a dead end. He had found the families of boys who died in custody and were buried at the school, families that had never found peace, for they'd never been given the opportunity to properly mourn. No one could point to the location of the graves where their brothers and uncles were buried. No state official had stepped up to find those burials."
"no evidence to suggest that the School or its staff made any attempts to conceal and/or contributed to the deaths of these individuals"
and documented the number of burials as thirty-one, which just happened to correspond to the number of crosses (made out of pipes) placed there in the 1990s. Kimmerle's use of ground-penetrating radar suggested at least fifty burials in the area of Boot Hill, and the historical record speaks for itself as far as covering up crimes.