1: New York City Public Hearings, pages
1701-1748. Carl Jamalkowski, a corrections officer
at Attica, testifies about the assault on Attica
starting around 9:45am Monday morning. He recalls
the initial burst of firearms at inmates, and
the general chaotic atmosphere that ensued afterwards.
Ronald T. Kozlowski, a senior account clerk at
Attica Correctional Facility, reports how he
was taken hostage in the metal shop. He describes
how the inmates handled him before and during
the state troopers' assault of Attica.
2: New York City Public Hearings, pages
1748-1805. Anthony Malovich, a captain in the
New York State Police, testifies to the commission.
Assigned to Troop A in Batavia, New York, he
details his involvement with Attica starting
on September 9th. Malovich discusses the police
briefing before beginning the assault on Monday.
He describes under what circumstances officers
were allowed to shoot at inmates. Liman explores
the types of firearms used by the state police
3: New York City Public Hearings, pages
1805-1826. Joseph Christian, a Lieutenant of
the New York State Police, testifies to Liman
and the rest of the commission about his experiences
during the Attica uprising. Liman asks Christian
about the troopers' choice of weapons. Christian
explains how during the assault on Attica, he
was injured by one of the inmates.