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A Request for a criminal and civil investigation


Dear Attorney General Smith,

This letter is intended as a
request to your office to investigate the actions of a one Ned
Pillersdorf , a volunteer basketball coach at a private school
(David) in Floyd County, Kentucky , and all others that were complicit
in actions to incite a volatile environment between the Black
community , and the school populous of Allen Central High School,
to include the members of the community there; by fabricating
a planned fraudulent story , whose purpose was it appears to bring
about a situation so spelled out in the Castorina Case that would
lead to the removal of the Confederate Flag in the school environment
at Allen Central. It was not enough that all the fabrications
of the coach were found to be false; he and others continued their
efforts to incite the Black community by claims that there was
expected trouble in the community, so they banned the public from
a basketball game.

I have also been seriously hampered from my abilities to build
a newly formed company of which I am the President; Southern Heritage
411, because of this very matter. I was invited to speak at Allen
Central during Black History Month to the students and staff there,
only to be told on the day of my arrival that I had been banned
by the school Superintendent of Floyd County. This supposedly
ban has resulted in a loss of other speaking engagements, and
places in jeopardy my ability to attract others for I cannot explain
to other clientele the reasons for that ban. I have tried to explain
to other clients that maybe the school officials and Superintendent
felt that they might have to face criminal and civil procedures
in these matters, and that my presence at Allen might represent
a conflict. However, I cannot continue to speculate; my client
base and myself need to know. On one hand I am made a Kentucky
Colonel, and on the other I face a ban in the public school system
there that affects my position in the company I serve.

In closing; it appears that the actions of this coach and possibly
others by their gross misrepresentation of facts could have broken
several U.S. laws as well as Kentucky Laws. I don’t have to preach
about Castorina, but the only disruption in these matters of either
school was those by coach Pillersdorf and those who continue to
employ him, and refuse to repudiate his actions. In fact there
may be a conspiracy to deprive me of my civil right of free speech,
which is clearly a federal violation. I humbly await your reply
in these matters.

HK Edgerton
President Southern Heritage 411
Chairman Of The Board of Advisors Emeritus
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