From: HK Edgerton <>
Date: Fri, Apr 6, 2012
Subject: An Open Letter / a plea for Candice Yvonna Hardwick
To: siegels1 <>

Dear Ms. Lunnelle,

There was a great deal of spiritual mapping in my family primarily because of my dad, the Honorable Rev. Roland Rogers Edgerton, who was a Baptist minister, and my mom. And I must say that just about everything that has ever happened good to me in life, I attribute to God, and just about every undertaking of any importance that I have ever done had a significant attribution from that realm, especially when I decided to don the uniform of the Southern soldier and began marching some twenty miles or more per day with the Southern Cross in hand until I would reach the Capitol in Austin, Texas on the Historic March Across Dixie.

I remember like it was yesterday as I was awaken in the earlier morning hour by what appeared as a constant shuddering of my bed, and the constant thought hammering in mind of walking to Texas to raise funds for the legal defense of so many of my Southern family who had reached out to the Southern Legal Resource Center and the Sons of Confederate Veterans for help, but neither having the vast sums needed to began that process for so many.

Early this morning I once again experienced that sensation, and it was all about the young Candice Yvonna Hardwick. My thoughts would turn to the Bible and the afflictions suffered by Job. I could not help but to equate the difficulties now being experienced by this young lady who had made an Honorable Stand for our homeland and all those honorable ancestors who had bore the Southern Cross to Job. While I am not up for twenty miles a day, I could if I had to, but it came to me to ask every member of the Sons, the Daughters, those 10,000 Friends on Facebook, and the more than 5,000 who now ask to be my friend, the League of the South, the Order of the Confederate Rose and all her Thorns, all my babies who speak about civil disobedience, all those in the Southern community who espouse that the South shall rise again, all those from the North who like their ancestors sided with the South; to fore go some of their pleasures and even some of their necessities, and send Candice $20 in an envelope to 2942 Hunter Way, Dillon, South Carolina 29536.

I have waited on delivering to her the Medal from the Order of St.George issued by my dear members from Texas, until a grand occasion. I would love to see the look on the faces of those from Latta High School who terrorized her so, and made it clear that she was going to be made an example of, and who danced in their break area when they learned that a federal judge had dismissed her lawsuit against the Latta School District when all those envelopes are piled at her feet outside the school as her Medal is pinned on her lapel; the same as Job, I envision. What a great day for the South this would

Candice is ours to set an example of , and should we not meet this obligation as God would do for job; every young person in the South will be forever afraid to set their jaw as she did, and say no to the terror they are sure to face from those who have implied immunity to do to our Southern babies as they deem as they make a mockery of the law, and teach a lie. Here is my plea. God bless you.
Your brother,