Dennis Milton Clark, a candidate for Chattanooga city council, argues for sharp reform of police activity, a curtailing of its abuses by the council’s authority over its purse and it lofty F$72 million annual consumption of tax dollars. An excellent analysis of the problem of “police violence and police terrorism,” as he calls it. All candidates for office in this city should be so plainspoken as Mr. Clark, a Democrat seeking to take the seat held by Russell Gilbert, who is running for mayor. Tulis Report is weekdays at 1 at NoogaRadio 92.7 FM. His interview starts at 18.