Interview with Judge Charles Clark
QUESTION 29
INTERVIEWER:

ACTUALLY WE'RE COMING TO THE END OF THE COURT PROCEEDINGS AND I WONDER IF YOU COULD TELL ME AGAIN WHAT YOU TOLD ME ON THE PHONE ABOUT WHAT YOU SEE, AS WHAT YOU SAW AS THE VALUE OF COMPLETING THIS LEGAL PROCESS, IN TERMS OF SOCIAL CHANGE; WHAT THAT MEANS TO THE PUBLIC.

Judge Charles Clark:

Alright, let me tell you this, that the context of the Meredith case was an unusual one to achieve social change in the sense that it, it was the use of the litigation process, which is a case by case individual action process. Uh, the use of this process is, is certainly unsatisfactory in… you got to stop now, I've really I've lost, I've lost my train I tried to pick up, I lost my train of thought.

CAMERA CREW MEMBER:

END OF SOUND ROLL. SOUND ROLL 1161, JUDGE CLARK, CONTINUING ON CAMERA ROLL 226. -7 DB REFERENCE TONE. MARK IT. STAND BY.