Interview with John Hulett
QUESTION 14
JAMES A. DeVINNEY:

There's one night when I guess a woman named Mary Jane Jackson came out with her rifle. Can you, were you there that night?

JOHN HULETT:

Yes, I was.

JAMES A. DeVINNEY:

Can you describe that for us.

JOHN HULETT:

Well, what would they do, this was a form of intimidations, with that, the, Mount Gillard Church in Trickem, where it was meeting. The troopers came and gathered on our side and around the highway where you had to come in, where the highway's at. And when people were starting coming out, they would stop them or start writing tickets, and we was kind of go together in a car pool. It didn't disencourage our people from coming, we kept moving on together. You know, and, uh, they never threatened us or say anything, but they just come out and start stopping a lot of people, checking driver license, and things of that type. But it gave a lot of encouragement to us, and we got even more people started coming out, to counteract what they was doing to us.