Pamphlet lambastes Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton’s persecutors
When I was introduced to Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton via a newspaper article, I was shamed at the way Federal agents hounded this man to his death. So I wrote a pamphlet about him and his moonshine career. Little did I know at the time how much interest there would be in the man and in my pamphlet. Every time another story about the man is published or video is released, I receive inquiries about my pamphlet. Most of my correspondents want to acquire a copy of his [now outrageously priced, if you can find it at all] book that carries the same name but a substantially higher price tag than my pamphlet, Me And My Likker.
Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton lived life on his own terms and in death he denied the Federal revenuers the opportunity to lock him up again. His real crime: he wasn’t a big shot, he didn’t dress up in fancy clothes and he didn’t ride around in expensive automobiles. What a tragedy that people on his side of the tracks don’t get the same breaks as the crowd in the White House living off taxpayers enjoys!