Interview with Sheriff James Clark
QUESTION 18
INTERVIEWER:

I'M SORRY, START WITH MARTIN LUTHER KING.

Sheriff James Clark:

Martin Luther King came to Selma several times before then and it was building up. We had a plan that we had obtained saying that he was going to wind up in the Dallas County Jail and this is after the bombings have started, and the violence started, and so on and so forth. And we knew he was there with the Student Nonviolent—so-called Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee to agitate things, and—

CAMERA CREW:

I'M SORRY, WE'VE JUST RUN OUT. SPEED. THIS IS THE HEAD OF CAMERA ROLL 595, JIM CLARK, TAKE FIVE, MARKER. OK, LET ME GET SETTLED HERE.