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www.electgopmajority.com

"They are just determined to celebrate this hate."A member of Friends of Forrest,tiffany and co bracelet,Todd Kiscaden,told a local TV newscast that he thinks Forrest was a hero.
"I'd recommend this man for any young people to model his life after," Kiscaden said.


www.southernheritage411.com [cached]

"I recommend this man to model his life after," said Todd Kiscaden, with Friends of Forrest.


www.southernheritage411.com [cached]

"We take the position that, in this country, we're allowed to venerate our heroes," said Todd Kiscaden, a Friends of Forrest member overseeing the construction.
"There's a monument to Martin Luther King in town.


www.southernheritage411.com [cached]

"We're not going to stand here whining and moaning," said Virginia engineer Todd Kiscaden.
"We're taking control of the situation and planning to maintain the circle ourselves." He referred to the Confederate Circle - located near where Yankee cavalry routed outmanned Rebel defenders under Forrest's command in the waning days of the Civil War. Kiscaden's engineering input is appreciated by Confederate descendants whose anger has not subsided much since last March when the bust was removed from a heavy pedestal listing Forrest's military accomplishments. Kiscaden said improvements to the site honoring Forrest, who is buried in Tennessee, are slowly under way with subterranean radar equipment being used to find out if "hits" mean evidence of final resting places of Confederate troops beneath the circle. Kiscaden said it's costing $6,000 for the study, but he feels it's necessary to determine what's there and how it might affect the improvement project. Kiscaden said a circular fence will be placed around the Forrest monument along with "low intensity flood lighting accompanied by surveillance cameras" attached to it. Kiscaden said that by the time the new Forrest monument is put into place and other improvements are completed, the Confederate Circle will have a "new look." "We want to enhance the entire site," he said.


www.southernheritage411.com [cached]

Todd Kiscaden of the group Friends of Forrest said the group decided to make improvements to the monument in the city's Live Oak Cemetery after a bust of Forrest disappeared from the monument in March.
Kiscaden, however, claims Forrest was a Confederate hero who led the efforts to defend Selma against Union troops during the Civil War and should be honored.


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