I became the messenger who had to be killed.
It would have been more comfortable to remain silent.
The experience of testifying and the aftermath have changed my life.
I did what my conscience told me to do, and you can't fail if you do that.
I'm not sure I can say there is a clean line between me as an individual and me as a lawyer.
For my undergraduate work, I went to Oklahoma State University and graduated from there in 1977.
The real problem is that the way that power is given out in our society pits us against each other.
When I think of what has happened in a larger sense, beyond myself, then I would not change anything.
I was aware, however, that telling at any point in my career could adversely affect my future career.