• fb_1455102336 avatar Dennis Posted: 9/22/2013 11:31am PDT

    How are you even driving if you're deaf? In many states, they have laws against wearing headphones while you're driving as you cannot hear emergency vehicles, horns, etc. Not excusing the officers actions here but at least some of the fault lies in the fact that he shouldn't have been driving in the first place.

  • oneeyeldy avatar oneeyeldy Posted: 10/18/2013 11:29am PDT

    you are jerk, deaf people can drive just like hearing people. they use thier eyes to watch for cop car or fire truck ,etc haha get real

  • fb_1701201122 avatar Kathy Posted: 10/4/2013 5:06pm PDT

    How do you know that? It may be legal in that particular state!

  • fb_100006278442826 avatar Alicia Posted: 9/1/2013 2:26pm PDT

    I think the police officer was totally wrong. If a hearing impaired/speech impaired person needs an interpreter or other assistance for their physical challenge, they are SUPPOSED to be given access to those, no matter what. If the officer didn't know sign language, HE could have called in and requested an interpreter for this gentleman. It was excessive force. I think the police need to give all their officers a refresher course on how to handle situations with physically challenged drivers. The police officer in this case should have been fired and had his retirement taken away. Our society doesn't need police officers like him on the force, no matter which state they are in.

  • Rexman avatar Rexman Posted: 7/25/2013 12:45am PDT

    How about we call it like it is....the officer was an assh*le, plain and simple, and the system flat out failed.

  • fb_100002103891085 avatar Donald Posted: 7/9/2013 2:44pm PDT

    I think the cop should have been fired and the judge impeached,they are both a----s holes.

  • fb_100003553052331 avatar James Posted: 7/24/2013 11:53pm PDT