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An Open Letter & Open Report / Hillsborough Co. Florida Commission & Diversity Council / Mitch Landrieu

APRIL 5, 2018

Hillsborough Co. Florida Commission & Diversity Council / Mitch Landrieu

Dear Ms. Lunelle,

On Wednesday, April 4, 2018, the Honorable Attorney David McCallister and I would attend and address the Hillsborough County Commissioners. Mr. McCallister would ask
for a correction of the spelling on the Cow Calvary commemorative plaque, and a Proclamation for Southern History Month.

I would shortly thereafter, on behalf of the Augusta Jane Evans Wilson Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, read the role of honor of the young men of
Tampa and Hillsborough County who, in 1861, would volunteer to form the Sunny South Guards, which would later become the Fourth Florida Infantry. They imposed their lives
to protect Florida and Hillsborough County on the battlefield from invasion from the North.

I would further, on behalf of all the Southern Heritage community, ask the Commission to honor the sacrifices of these veterans this year as we fastly approach
Confederate Memorial Day. Mr. McCallister and I would later attend the Hillsborough County Advisory Council meeting, of which he is a member.

I would be remiss in my duties if I did not mention the foul act of Jack Schlossberg, grandson of John F. Kennedy, and spokesman of the John F. Kennedy Presidential
Library, who would present the Mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana, Mitch Landrieu, the Foundations Profile In Courage Award for his illegal actions in removing the
Cenotaphs of our Southern heroes who protected our homeland and his state from the carnage of the illegal war exacted upon our ancestors.

Landrieu, like the Mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia, should have gone to jail for what they did in exacting violence against those innocent civilians, mostly women
who had a constitutional right of protest, and the protection of all law enforcement agencies. Instead, Landrieu and his counterpart told them to stand down as domestic
terrorists had their way. Not much difference from General Order 100 issued by Lincoln. And then, in a traitorous and illegal act, he had the Cenotaphs removed.

His criminal act is no different than the criminal acts that plague his city under his administration. Let the women of the “Me Too Movement” chew on the memories of
the men of the Kennedy family. God bless you!

Your brother,

Honorary Life Member
North Carolina & Tennessee Orders of the Confederate Rose