President’s Girl friend Harasses Museum Director

Henryetta Territorial Museum Public Affairs Department

August 12, 2017
Staff writer

Thomas Hudson, Director of the Henryetta Territorial Museum, aka The Walking Veteran (, has been harrassed by the girl friend of of Mike Doak, president of the Henryetta Historical Society.  Robbie Kaye Stewart Kinney has been repeately sending text to the director in violation of his request to stop all communications and/or and contacts with him.

Hudson has been in Henryetta to give back to a coummity for showing so much support for veterans.  He has been working to reorganize the Territorial Museum and to established data bases and new web sites.  In addition, a new organization, The Young Historians of Henryetta, has been developed along with a internet show, The Emily and Leia Show.  Hudson donates the server, web hosting for the musuem at a cost of $219.00 per month and has donated thousands of dollars in software for the following web sites:,,,,,, and  Hudson does not recieve a salary and all work has been done on a volunteer basis in exchange for lodging.

Kinney, known for her repeated and on-going attacks of city officials and her complaints for dancing is a felon and considered dangerous.  She was the leader in the kidnapping by cohersion of Hudson during the Walk-a-Thon to support The Young Historians of Henryetta.  She has moved from Tulsa to Henryetta and lives with the Historical Society president in an estate house without family consent of a woman that died September, 2016.  Her harassment has also been towards the museum and members of The Young Historians of Henryetta.

Hudson has demanded that she cease any contact with him and not to enter into the museum.  Based upon the facts she has failed to comply.  In the screen shots below her text are in dark blue and ligh gray for Hudson.  There is one between Hudson and Mike Doak asking for a ride to the store.

The Walking Veteran, Thomas Hudson
The Walking Veteran, Thomas Hudson

I have been in Henryetta since January.  I have remained nuetral in the local drama working at the museum seven days a week.  Great accomplishments have been gainned during tht time.  The Young Historians have gone from visiting with the governor of Oklahoma to recieving awards from the governor of Arkansas while representing Henryetta.  it is sad that there are ones who put their personal agenda above the interest of a community institution and engages in conduct that is devimentral to the accomplishments made.”  Hudson said.

Hudson will be calling for the resignation from the members of the Henryetta Historical Board and the advertments to justifly the request in his State of The Museum address in September.

In the pictures below the screenshots showing dark blue are text messagews from Robbie Stewart Kinney to hudson.  The light gray text are from Hudson to Robbie Stewart Kinney.  One is from Hudson to Mike Doak.


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