Tell me what happened at that meeting.
What you, what now, what meeting?
The one where you said that you'd take your gun out.
You talking about in Lowndesboro?
That was in Lowndesboro.
You want to tell me about it.
What you want to know about it?
When you went to the meeting and you had your gun in your purse, what did you say?
What did I say? You don't want to hear what I say.
OK, let's stop for a minute.
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.