Dear Ms. Lunelle,
After fielding concerns about my safety at the Confederate soldiers Memorial Monument in Historic Downtown Waynesville, N.C., I would return Friday, August 17, 2012, and be received with a huge precedent of love from the citizens of Waynesville and many who were just visiting the town as their voices resonated support for the Stand that I and others like the young son Ewing, and his sister, Abby, along with their father the Honorable Elder Thomas Willis, Director of the Southern Legal resource Center who on this day would join me at the monument. We would conduct an interview with a reporter of the Asheville Tribune newspaper, and call it a day.
On Sunday morning, August 19, 2012, I would don the uniform of the Southern soldier and once again post the Christian Cross of St. Andrew at the Confederate soldiers Memorial monument in Historic Downtown Waynesville, N.C.. I would be visited by a member of the Sons Mechanize Calvary of North Carolina, and be told by him that the Mechanize Calvary would visit the Monument on Saturday, August 25, 2012, a time that will find me in Tampa, Florida.
I would pose for many pictures on this day, hold many conversations with visitors to the town , and again delight in the many who would pass expressing their support for the Stand being made at the monument. On Monday evening, August 20, 2012, the Council is expected to draft a policy governing what can be placed on monuments on the courthouse grounds. I pray that they will return the Colors of all the War Veteran Memorials that became a target for removal after the desecration at the Confederate soldiers Memorial. God bless you.