Police Arrest Paraplegic Man For Considering Himself A Pedestrian

Why, precisely, are cops attacking guys in wheel chairs now? I saw another one thrown from his wheel chair on video today. He ran over the cops foot – apparently because the FAT ASSED COP was too stupid and slow to move his damned fat foot.

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Police State USA
6/30/2014
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“They have to pick on a little old man in a wheelchair.”

A wheelchair-bound man was taken to the ground face-first and handcuffed because he rode his motorized scooter on the shoulder of a road against traffic, the way pedestrians are legally supposed to. Police impounded his scooter and took him to jail.

Paralyzed from the chest down, 52-year-old Larry Wayne Dodson has limited transportation options. He said that he has used his scooter hundreds of times to take himself the short distance to the local grocery store without incident.

The law says that pedestrians are to travel on the shoulder, against traffic. This allows both the pedestrian and the oncoming vehicles to have their eyes on each other. Mr. Dodson rides this way, considering himself the same as a pedestrian.

On April 25, 2014, he was rudely informed by a local law enforcer…

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One thought on “Police Arrest Paraplegic Man For Considering Himself A Pedestrian

  1. Please take note that the individual in the photograph has gray hair. Years ago, when man was a lad in school, fourth grade, fifth grade, sixth grade (?), it was taught by teachers, and police visited Auditoriums to speak, that Safety Councils, say we were to ride against the direction of traffic so that we could see oncoming traffic. If we rode with the direction of traffic, we could not see in back of us, and kid, and people, get hit by cars, some injured terribly or killed, if they do not ride facing traffic.
    Over the years things changed, but not necessarily for the better. I have a much better question. Why, did the cop even bother? Was traffic control and directing, his assigned duty, or was it that he had absolutely nothing better to do, so rather than hunt some drug cartel gang-banger, the hero decided to harass an invalid? I can hear the sound of a badge, dropping onto the top of my desk.., if you know what I mean. :|

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