Interview with Ronald Scott
QUESTION 2
INTERVIEWER:

You had talked about the police as kind of considered an occupation army by the Black community. Can you talk about that and give the search and seizure example?

RON SCOTT:

Well, uh, the, uh, the Detroit Police was primarily comprised of a majority of White officers who, one, did not live in the Black community, who did not seem to generally like, especially, a number of the young Black males who in many cases, as you know, or as it was customary in those days...

INTERVIEWER:

Just a second, I know it's easy to say you know--

RON SCOTT:

No, no, as it was customary--

INTERVIEWER:

Yea, yea, right.