Interview with Dr. Grant Friley
QUESTION 21
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

OK, if you could tell me that again and let me know a little bit about what these rumors are.

GRANT FRILEY:

Mass shootings--

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

There were rumors of--

GRANT FRILEY:

Rumors of, of, of, of police off- a police officer getting shot, police officers being shot at, snipers on buildings, fire trucks, ah, ah, under attack, police officers caravans under attack um, the whole situation being out of control so now we got to bring the airborne in, I mean - hell yes, that put everybody in an uncomfortable state. You know, when you start talking about bringing the airborne in, OK, you bring the National Guard in, that means that the police department, the Detroit Police Department, Michigan State Police, Wayne County Sheriff - were saying that we could not do the job that was necessary. So yes, everybody was uptight, it was a very uncomfortable feeling for me.