Interview with Clay East
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QUESTION 20
INTERVIEWER:

Let me ask you something else. Now, you had said, you had said that E.B. McKenney's house was shot up.

CLAY EAST:

Yeah.

INTERVIEWER:

Now, did that happen often? Can you tell me about, what the union did, how the union felt when that happened to someone?

CLAY EAST:

Well, there wasn't anything the Union could do. So, all we done, we just knew about it, and that's all there was too it, because E.B. McKenney at that time had gone to Marked Tree. People, back in those days, if you lived in Tyronza, even though Marked Tree was only four and a half miles, it was a different section altogether.

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INTERVIEWER:

OK, but now, you had a gun, and you was willing to fight back, I mean, you was the sheriff, but were any of the...we're all out of film.

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