HK At Hillsborough County Center / An Open Letter & Open Report

From: HK Edgerton (
Date: Mon, Jul 10, 2017
Subject: HK At Hillsborough County Center / An Open Letter & Open Report

To: siegels1 (

Dear Ms. Lunelle,

I shall never forget the look on the face of Hillsborough County Commissioner Les Miller when the vote 4-3 was tallied not to remove the Confederate soldiers monument
from the County Annex building grounds.

I have been told that he remains relentless in his attempts to influence his fellow Council members to change their vote. And should there be truth to the manner in
which he proceeds, it is tantamount to unlawful coercion.

Miller had guaranteed that he would deliver the vote from the Commission. His small legion of paid protestors, both fraudulent and organized, were of no consequence as
if charges of White supremacy would warrant taking down the monument that pays tribute to the fallen heroes of an integrated army, unlike the Union army that they faced.

I could not have been more proud of those four Commissioners who found courage to face down the distorted accounts of history, and the role of memorials that salute
the sacrifice of the Confederate soldier.

And, while the Southern people have tried to put behind them memories of the brutal occupation of Sheridan, Sherman and Grant as they raped, burned, stole and
murdered non combatants comprised of old men, women and children. (Lincoln’s total war policy)

And never to forget the twelve year period of so called “Reconstruction,” as the actions of the NAACP to increase their coffers, and to forge a reason for their
continued existence in a failing organization that has done little to forward social vertical mobility for those they purport to serve; led their Northern Jewish leaders
to contrive another reconstruction plan, whose real reason is to make themselves comfortable as they move again into the South with total cultural genocide as their
modus operandi, and Black folks as their weapon of choice to accomplish those means with the same gratis Blacks received during the first reconstruction; “hate from a
people who had come to love them regardless of their social status.”

This effort to break the Southern spirit has continued since April 9. 1865, with a renewed vigor after the senseless murder of nine people by a deranged Dylan Roof
that gives a totally new meaning to the words conspiracy and collusion.

On the morning of July 9, 2017, as I stood in the public easement of Patton Avenue with the Colors of the Southern Cross posted, a group of three men would approach
me. They were don in shirts that proclaim them to be Ku Klux Klan members. I was totally surprised that they would ask of me to step down with my actions in the streets
for thirty days. In a later report, I shall report more about this encounter, as they told me that they were about to bring a new initiative to combat the paid
provocateurs of Soros.

I look very much forward to speaking in Crossville, Tennessee on July 20, 2017. God bless you!

Your brother,


Chairman, Board of Advisors Emeritus
Southern Legal Resource Center