From: "H.K. Edgerton"
Date: April 26, 2007
The maps are great. The Court Case was in Kentucky .It was Castorina vs.
Kentucky School Board,, and is highly regarded as the Land Mark Case in the
Southern Heritage Legal Venues, and as I said , it is the front line of
defense in the courts for our children especially. Simply stated in
Castorina , if there is no disturbance in the school because of the wearing,
or display of the Confederate Flag; it cannot just be arbitrarily banned. In
the Allen High School debacle, two officers of the court, one a sitting
Judge, and the other a member of the Kentucky Bar, and practicing attorney,
set out on a course by concocting a fraudulent tale that would create a
condition in the surrounding community which would put the Confederate Flag
at odds with Castorina , with the sole purpose of having the Flag banned
from Allen Central. To this day the United States Department of Civil Rights
has not responded to my personal request to examine the actions of these two
individuals and others who may be complicit in these matters.
From: The Borderlands.Org [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2007 3:35 AM
Subject: Thank You
I wanted to thank you again for coming to Sparta to give the presentation
that you did.
It was certainly a pleasure to make your acquaintance.
Hope you enjoy the driving tour maps that I gave you and that we get the
opportunity to talk again.
I was trying to recall as I drove back to Cookeville the Supreme Court
decision that you cited in regard to the flag and it public display?
Here is the site for the Borderlands a non for profit that was established
five years ago to promotion heritage study for Pickett County and the Upper
Cumberlands. We will be breaking ground soon on a visitor center and museum
that over time will become the hub for a living history village in Pickett
Take care, travel save and talk to you soon.