Interview with Arthur Eve
QUESTION 14
INTERVIEWER:

amnesty.

ARTHUR EVE:

Amnesty was very important to the inmates because to a great degree would determine what would happen to them after the state took over, whether or not there was going to be a peaceful kind of takeover, and subsequently, how they would be treated.** So, their lives were on the line on the question of, of amnesty. That would begin to ease some of the pressure and hopefully the hostility that they felt they would be experiencing once they gave up, so amnesty was absolutely very critical to them.

INTERVIEWER:

OK, let's cut.