Interview with Jack Gremillion on His Indictment
Place Covered: Louisiana General, Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana
Copyright Holder: Louisiana Department of State
Date Issued: Circa 1972
Subjects: Gremillion, Jack Paul Faustin Sr., 1914- 2001 | Davis, Angela Yvonne, 1944- | Clay, Cassius Marcellus Jr. (Muhammad Ali,) 1942- | INDICTMENTS | Attorney Generals of Louisiana
Bill Elder interview with Jack P.F. Gremillion, Sr. regarding his indictment. Gremillion states that everything has been fair so far and that he's confident that he'll be vindicated. He states that he thinks he has a good record as attorney general, and laments the current world situation. He states the his blood was spilled in World War II while Cassius Clay, who will probably be boxing champion, refused to fight in Vietnam. He also mentions that Angela Davis will probably be given the Nobel Peace Prize while he faces the indictment.