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It was September 3rd 1958 my wife and I were on our way to the Montgomery courthouse to aid a fellow pastor Ralph Abernathy When we finally arrived to the courthouse two police officers refused to let us in My fellow friends Im here today to watch the hearing of my fellow pastor and dear friend to aid him in his trial There is no wrong doing of this I explained The unethical police officers refused and violently yelled and tried to throw me down the stairs I stood Hysterical contemplating what could cause the officers to behave in such a matter Their violence didnt solve anything however it did put me in a position inferior to theirs I remained calm and replied back with kindness and determination I told him I shall not leave the Montgomery courthouse steps until I get the chance to enter the courthouse and observe the trial The cops were very ignorant and didnt know who I was They brutally grabbed and twisted my arms pushed and dragged me a block and a half to the police station All that I stood so mercilessly for such as nonviolence was being ruthlessly used against my own will There my violent acts toward not only me but towards the African American society in general were savagely used as an alternative to what they perceived as their superior positions My wife Coretta King was shocked and frantically yelled at these two fellow officers The cops quickly told her to keep her mouth shut or she will be in the same shoes as me She quickly calmed down and nodded her head I also calmed her down by explaining to her that I will be okay and that my voice will be heard on the newspaper stands by tomorrow On the way to the police station I was dragged pushed whipped slapped and my hands were twisted for a block and a half however
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