[Clarence Darrow]: Q: Do you remember the night of the party at the Ala Wai Inn?
A.: Yes. We went to a dance....
Q: Did you have anything to drink?
A: Yes, I had half of one highball.
Q: You don't care for liquor?
Q: When did you leave the dance?
A: About 11:35 at night.
Q: Where were you going?
A: I planned to walk around the corner and back.
Q: Do you know where Tommie was when you left?
A: No. When I saw him he was dancing.
Q: Why did you leave?
A: I wasn't enjoying the party and I was tired and bored.
Q: Where did you go?
A: I started walking toward
Q: Where were you when something unusual happened?
Kelley: Objection. We are not retrying the Ala Moana case...
Darrow: When did you next see Tommie?
A: About one o'clock in the morning. I left the
[Massie is overcome by crying. A few minutes later, testimony continues.]
Q: What did you tell Tommie when he came home?
A: When he came home, I did not want to tell him what had occurred because it was all too terrible. He asked me, "Please, what happened?" And I cried and said they had beaten me up and assaulted me.
Q: Did you tell Tommie who attacked you?
A: Yes, some Hawaiian boys.
Q: And did you tell him what you did?
A: Yes. I told him Kahahawai would not even let me pray, but hit me just as hard as he could on the jaw, and the pain hurt so much. I was able to get one hand away from him and I said, "Look out, you have broken you have knocked out some of my teeth."
Q: Keep on.
A: Kahahawai said he didn't care and for me to shut up. I asked him, "Please do not hit me any more," and he replied, "Well, shut up then," and he swore at me.
Q: Did the other men attack you, too?
A: Yes, all of them. ...
Q: How did Tommie take all this [about the abortion]?
A: He could not sleep or eat and he got so thin....