Interview with Arthur Johnson
QUESTION 5
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

And what happened to you?

ARTHUR JOHNSON:

Ah, I, ah, was victimized by the same kind of arrest, ah, in front of my home, ah, just having walked out of my house and was attempting to get in my automobile when I was--

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Can you, could you just tell, without, just tell me in sort of just, just tell me what happened and tell--

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

OK, so if you could just tell me what happened.

ARTHUR JOHNSON:

OK, I was arrested in front of my house, ah, when I was about to get in my automobile, but before I could get in police officers drove by, stopped, jumped out, asked me why I was, ah, there, and I said, "Well, what do you mean?" and they proceeded then to, ah, search me on, on the, on the scene, ah, and I, ah, I, I told them at the time that I would go to the police precinct and complain about that. That was a typical example of what the, ah, this arresting of suspicious people in suspicious places. I, and I didn't understand really why, ah, either label should apply to me. I was, I was at, in front of my home getting in my automobile, wi- absolutely with nothing else, ah, in sight that would, ah, cause anyone to be suspicious of anything.