Interview with Russell Oswald
QUESTION 27
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Okay. I'm sorry I wasn't specific enough? When he went into the yard?

RUSSELL OSWALD:

He's not there yet.

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

I'm jumping ahead. And it was pretty clear that he wasn't going to push for these demands. Can you jump, when he's in the yard.

RUSSELL OSWALD:

And start from there?

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

And just start from there, after he got into the yard. Was he helpful as you had hoped?

RUSSELL OSWALD:

Ah, after Bobby Seale was admitted to the institution and went into the yard, he was of no help at all. He said he could understand their problems and he would try to help them. But he would have to go back and talk with some of the leaders of his movement. And he stayed a very short time and left. And, ah, was no, of no help at all.

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Could we cut for a second?