Interview with Judge Charles Clark
QUESTION 19
INTERVIEWER:

WHEN YOU SAID HE HAD A SWAGGER STICK DO YOU THINK THAT HE WAS AFRAID OF SOMETHING THAT WOULD HAPPEN IN YOUR OFFICE?

Judge Charles Clark:

Of course not, it was entirely affected. It was just uh, he was just a fellow who was determined to confront any part of the establishment that he came in contact with. I mean but he was, what I meant to convey by it was that he had a little stick in his hand, it was not a weapon of any kind, it was just a little switch sort of looking thing. Uh, and he was jauntily dressed and I remember his air was one in which he displayed no uh, mission as such he was just about the business of being a fellow who was very sure of himself and somewhat cocky.