Talk about shoe-leather journalism Klotzer and his wife, Rose, both indefatigable First Amendment crusaders, spent a summer of Sundays hanging out with the hundreds of cruisers to gather material. SJR editor Ed Bishop says Klotzer became intrigued by the story after his son Dan was blocked by police from exiting 40 at Skinker. "It's typical Charles," Bishop says. "Charles has a sixth sense about unfairness. He has a personal seismograph that can feel the slightest tremors in social behavior maybe it's from growing up in Nazi Germany; I don't know but Charles has an uncanny ability and is inspired by righting wrongs."
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