Interview with John Nichols
QUESTION 36
INTERVIEWER:

JOHN NICHOLS:

Well, in, in, in almost, inevitably if a riot happens, generally somewhere down the line it will be the police's fault: the police overreacted, there were too many of them, there weren't enough of them, they took too, too, strict, strict a st--a status or they didn't take a strict enough stand. And I think that's a foregone conclusion that eventually, since the police are on the cutting edge of everything, that we're going to get the blame for about 75% of what goes on, but we rarely get any credit.