Interview with Daisy Nunley
QUESTION 14
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Did it make sense to you which stores got looted and which ones got burned?

DAISY NUNLEY:

Oh yes, it did, because there were, ah, some supermarkets in the neighborhood that, ah, didn't sell v- ah, products weren't very good. They sold bad meats, their stores weren't clean as they could be, and then there were other stores like the A&P market was, was well kept, they had nice food, their food was good, their prices were, were right, but, ah, so you expected, I expected that the Buy Low supermarket was going to be burned down. If they were going to burn down a supermarket, Buy Low's was one of the ones that was going to go because it was rotten. To me they, their products were, were terrible. They, the, th- their store was- wasn't kept as clean as it could be and, ah, the, ah, I, ah, went in there on one occasion, and I got bad meat that I had to return. And after that I just stopped shopping there and I just knew that Buy Low's was going to be a market that was going to be burned. And, ah, A&P might have been looted but, ah, it didn't get burned.