Interview with John Conyers
QUESTION 44
INTERVIEWER:

What, what were the findings of your investigation? I mean do you remember any of the findings?

JOHN CONYERS:

Well we determined of course--

INTERVIEWER:

Sorry, could you say the--

JOHN CONYERS:

OK, in terms of the ad-hoc committee's findings, ah, we ultimately took the testimony of witnesses, which pointed out and made it, I think, conclusive beyond any doubt that there was no basis for, ah, for this execution, this government execution, that the, that none of the people in the homes, particularly those who were killed, were acting in any way offensive or threatening the, ah, lives of the government agents in any way. And that the, ah, assassination were completely uncalled for. There was absolutely no basis for this incredible misconduct and abuse of authority on the part of government officials.

INTERVIEWER:

Cut.