Interview with Mary Jane Jackson
QUESTION 5
CARROLL BLUE:

Tell me what happened at that meeting.

MARY JANE JACKSON:

What you, what now, what meeting?

CARROLL BLUE:

The one where you said that you'd take your gun out.

MARY JANE JACKSON:

You talking about in Lowndesboro?

CARROLL BLUE:

Yes, ma'am.

MARY JANE JACKSON:

That was in Lowndesboro.

CARROLL BLUE:

What happened.

MARY JANE JACKSON:

Nothing.

CARROLL BLUE:

You want to tell me about it.

MARY JANE JACKSON:

What you want to know about it?

CARROLL BLUE:

When you went to the meeting and you had your gun in your purse, what did you say?

MARY JANE JACKSON:

What did I say? You don't want to hear what I say.

CARROLL BLUE:

OK, let's stop for a minute.


CARROLL BLUE:


OK, Miss Jackson, what happened?

MARY JANE JACKSON:

That night. Didn't nothing happen to us, but other folks was very, different varieties. My husband, he got beat up. But we didn't. Because every one of us had us a gun. And I had mine in my lap. Me, John Jackson were together. He said, eh, to make one fire, said, let's make two. And I was ready to get him. But we didn't have to shoot. But I carried my husband's gun, I've got it right now.