Interview with William Lucy
QUESTION 32
PAUL STECKLER:

What was his mood as he got out of the car?

WILLIAM LUCY:

Ah, his, his mood when he, when he left us, was, was, was, ah, upbeat but, but pensive, uh. He, he could not understand why this had taken place. Ah, in all of the situations that his moral authority was sufficient to have a peaceful, ah, demonstration and have a peaceful confrontation with the authorities.