Interview with Richard Jensen
QUESTION 11
INTERVIEWER:

Then the second time.

RICHARD JENSEN:

The second day, ah, wasn't the same. We, we had a, our police chief came back to town. The first day, ah, things was run by the, our, deputy chief named Ray Brown who was a former military man, he knew, competent man. The next day we had Charlie Gain come back to town who was a, a chief of police and he didn't like the way, the thing went the first day. Evidently the police were involved in some violence that he didn't think was necessary. So the second day of these draft board demonstrations we stayed in, in a parking lot, several hundred of us and watched these people, ah, turn over vehicles and block intersections and light the cars on fires and the city was a mess the second day. The police didn't do much. There was two different days.