Interview with Rev. Orloff Miller
QUESTION 14
INTERVIEWER:

WHAT DID YOU COME FOR?

Rev. Orloff Miller:

I had come to take whatever was handed out in terms of Colonel. Lingo's state troupers, or Sheriff James Clark's posse, uh, I had come to, to lay myself on the line just as much as people in Selma had done just 48 hours before on Sunday the 7th. And uh, so it was a part of me that felt uh, what have I come for? And so again, that frustration and I, I wanted to be a part of things, I, I wanted to know that I was there for something, that my presence meant something. And here I was in a turn-around march? No.