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Desc:Local con artist, ex con, rapist, and conservative blowhard died in Oxford, MS. Then this happened.
Category:Stunts, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Mississippi, ole miss, anthony hervey, confederate soldier, they actually sing Dixie
Submitted:kingarthur
Date:08/22/15
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Comment count is 13
Cena_mark - 2015-08-22
Must have been pretty awkward for his relatives.
TeenerTot - 2015-08-22
oh the comments.
dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-08-22
>kingbIIIr 2 weeks ago
>"During the post funeral reception they all laughed and talked about how good and docile a "nigra" Hervey was."

That's probably the most sane comment.

That guy - 2015-08-22
I think we can all imagine the comments, can't we??

I'm just going to go ahead and imagine the video.
5.

kingarthur - 2015-08-22
Hervey was also a good dog. They used to sic him on people they didn't like. He was notorious for getting into public fist fights and then somehow getting out of it with the help of connected lawyers. He was basically allowed to be a one man crime spree in Oxford for the past fifteen years, provided he targeted "liberals" and "uppity minorities".

oddeye - 2015-08-22
What am I looking for?
Bort - 2015-08-22
The "Dixie" around 3:45? "Sweet Home Alabama" around 5:30 too.

"In Dixieland I'll take my stand to live and die for Dixie" ... please die.

Rudy - 2015-08-22
So sad. Loved him on The Wonder Years.
Centennial Ostrich - 2015-08-23
I went to Ole Miss from 2000-2004. I met Anothony Hervey when I was a camera operator for the college news station my freshman year. We never used anything we got from him or the ''Society of Cogers'' people he was hanging out with at the time because they were too nutty. I remember running into him a couple times in the Oxford Square (where this funeral procession was filmed) after he was banned from the campus for causing problems. He once told me he had two pet dogs. A white dog he called N*gger and a black dog he called Honky. He was a unique annoyance, but I still liked him more than the frat boys and sorority girls that dominated the campus and most of the town.
Cena_mark - 2015-08-23
To me he seemed to be just mentally ill man seeking attention. Maybe he wasn't even mentally ill.

kingarthur - 2015-08-23
Dude did three years in the federal pen for organized student loan fraud and raped at least two women that I know of, not to mention his numerous assaults on students. Fucker was evil and needed dying a long time ago.

kingarthur - 2015-08-23
That degree he claimed he had from The University of London was also bullshit. He never finished his undergraduate. His only reason for being in London was that he was a bigamist with a whole second family there and to get rubes in schools over there to help him recruit undergraduates to study abroad using him as a middle man where he would of course beat them up, sometimes hold them hostage, and get a ransom. Dude needed killing and the sad fact is he probably wasn't even murdered. He was probably lying to the sap riding with him about being pursued and tried to flip the car to sue her or get an insurance settlement. Dude was a fucking con artist.

Cena_mark - 2015-08-23
Whoa, I had no idea he was such a crook. I just thought he was a confused Uncle Ruckus. It shows how low neo-confederates are to rally behind him, merely because he was a black man who supported their stupid flag.

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