July 12, 2024

6 thoughts on “Death of the Black Confederate: Mysterious Circumstances Surround the Passing of Anthony Hervey

  1. The Battle of Shiloh was fought on land bequeathed to my family for their service in the American Revolution. Furthermore, Shiloh occurred early on in the war, in 1862. I fail to see your point here as to when Hervey joined – before or after Shiloh. In fact, I fail to see your point here at all.

    But here is my point: This man was likely targeted and killed for nothing more than being a Confederate descendant. I find it very telling that your concern is far greater for the date of his ancestors enlistment than for the witch hunt that spawned this unjust crime and the murder that took this man’s life.

    Deo Vindice Anthony.

  2. Why is Anthony wearing a baseball cap in the photo taken at the rally if Barnum said he was wearing a kepi when they were at a convenience store? Wouldn’t it make more sense to wear it at the rally if he had one? In addition, the Oxford Eagle reported she made her faebook posts about an hour and a half after the accident. Why not just dial 911 for help?

    This story is just weird.

  3. I was sorry I never met you in the flesh, Anthony. But I have gotten up to speed with all the people involved. Your final speech, your book, these tribute pages – you shall never be forgotten. You stood as a man – and a Black Redneck – and those who attempt to trade off of our Confederacy – like demmedYankees, carpetbaggers and scalawags of all ages – shall lose in the end. I appreciate you for standing, and being yet another gentleman who leads us all. Tell the truth, shame the devil. Deo Vindice – you are with the angels. – Catherine Harris

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