Interview with Sheriff James Clark
QUESTION 60
INTERVIEWER:

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CAMERA CREW MEMBER:

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Sheriff James Clark:

I'm against all public protest, demonstrations in the street, anything that violates the law because it, it makes, it makes targets of law enforcement and puts them at a ba—great disadvantage because they just have no way of handling it without violence, even though they're called peaceful demonstrations. It's still a very tense time and all it takes is just one little spark to make the whole thing blow up, and I just don't believe that law enforcement deserves that sort of action. We have law-making bodies that are founded by the Constitution of the United States and the constitution of different states, and I don't see where in a democracy such as ours, that we have to have demonstrations. We just need to have the right people in, making laws.