A Pillar for Mississippi Coal’s Movement Has Passed Away
October 10, 2011 Leave a comment
It is with our deepest sorrow that we must report a death in our Mississippi Coal’s Family, Mr Walter Pine. He has been a great mentor and a very very successful activist for Constitutional Rights. He was a great friend, educator, and adviser. Our condolences to his wife, family, and friends, and Americans.
I want all of you to know that Florida has not abandoned Mississippi, we still have help. Walter Pine was an Amazing wealth of information with his legal background. If you Google his name you will find many court documents where he worked hard to help America preserve their freedoms. He believed in our movement and was a supporter of our goals. He saw the corruption behind the plant and shared our opinion in the injustices of the ratepayers paying for an experimental CO2 capturing plant for the profit of Mississippi Power and Southern Company.
(Mississippi’s Lignite Plant was previously Florida’s Lignite Coal Plant before people like Walter Pine stopped it.)
Walter D. Pine
Walter D. Pine, 52, of Micanopy, died Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011, at Malcom Randall V.A. Hospital in Gainesville. He was born in Titusville, to Ronald and Delores Pine.
He lived in Titusville and worked as a commercial fisherman. Mr. Pine moved to Micanopy three years ago and became a member of the Church of Latter Day Saints, in Williston. He was a member of the Ocala Tea Party, Eagle Forum of Sun Country and the director of the Center for Civil Rights Advocate. He enjoyed helping people, fishing and spending time with his grandchildren.