Interview with William Bradford Huie
QUESTION 24
INTERVIEWER:

AND WHILE YOU—WHILE THEY—WERE GOING THROUGH IT WAS THERE ANY REACTION EMOTIONALLY?

William Bradford Huie:

No, all three of them, the, the, the wife did not think they should have killed the black man. The wife had not told them the story, the wife had done everything she could to keep any trouble happening. The wife didn't denounce them, but both Milam and Brian thought that they had done right, when they killed young Till. And they still think it as far as I know, although they've suffered a lot from it. But uh, no no, they weren't apologetic or anything of that sort. They were there