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Scott, tall and lean, mounted a car and began to preach to a crowd long accustomed to the harsh tactics of the overwhelmingly white Detroit police in black neighborhoods: “Are we going to let these peckerwood motherf—— come down here any time they want and mess us around?
”The blind pig, also known as the United Community League for Civic Action, was on the second floor of Economy Printing at 9125 12th Street.
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As the paddy wagons drove away, bottles, bricks and sticks flew through the air, smashing the windows of departing police cars.
Bill Scott said he felt liberated.“For the first time in our lives we felt free.
As much of the city slept, 19-year-old William Walter Scott III stood at the corner of 12th Street and Clairmount, watching as police escorted scores of black patrons out of a blind pig on Detroit’s west side. He had a particular interest in two of the people being led away.
William Scott, known as Bill, was among a crowd of mostly young African Americans gathering to watch the police hustle club patrons into waiting paddy wagons.
Three years after the looting and burning, Scott, by then 22 and a student at the University of Michigan, self-published a memoir titled “Hurt, Baby, Hurt” that describes his experiences growing up as a young black man in majority-white Detroit, working in his father’s blind pig and living along 12th Street, the west-side thoroughfare that was Detroit’s crowded and rowdy sin strip.►Related: The 1967 riot movie wraps short stint of Detroit filming►Related: The 1967 riot or a rebellion?