Interview with Ronald Scott
QUESTION 1
INTERVIEWER:

Okay, I want you to go back to 1967, you're 28 years old, I want you to tell me a little bit about the relationship between the police and the Black community, that sense of an occupying force. And if you could me an example, you talked about that search and seizure when you were a teenager.

RON SCOTT:

Well, uh, the Detroit Police Department, uh, you know, later on, came to be known by many names, you know, folks called them the rollers or whatever the case may be. And generally the, the Detroit Police Department was not viewed as a friend of the Black community. There was a unit called The Big Four and, um, it was comprised of four cops who would ride in a car and, uh, as you know, you know, a lot of guys like...

INTERVIEWER:

Cut, I need to let you know to try to not--