OK Heroes Beat Deaf Diabetic 63-Year-Old
Eric Peters Autos
January 18th, 2014
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A deaf driver was beaten by police on the side of the highway when he was unable to understand and comply with their verbal commands.
Pearl Pearson, 64, was stopped by Oklahoma Highway Patrol after he allegedly left the scene of a minor accident on January 3rd, 2014.
A website set up on behalf of Pearson explains the events.
â€śPearl pulled over and rolled down his window, expecting an officer to ask for [his] identification,â€ť the website states. â€śAn officer struck him in the face before Pearl had the chance to do anything. As you can see, he was struck multiple times.â€ť
Pearson suffers from diabetes and is hearing impaired. His driverâ€™s side door has a placard that reads, â€śDriver is deaf,â€ť as does his driverâ€™s license.
An affidavit claims that he refused to comply with repeated orders from police to display his hands, and that he resisted arrest. A seven minute altercation took place, according to KFOR-4 News.
The website in Pearsonâ€™s name states that he does not know why he was struck. His own own son and son-in-law are police officers. â€śHe respects law enforcement and knows how to respond when pulled over,â€ť the website states. â€śThere is no reason for someone like Pearl to be hurt like this by those who are meant to protect and serve.â€ť
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Contributed by Eric Peters of Eric Peters Autos.
Eric Peters is an automotive columnist and author who has written for theÂ Detroit NewsÂ andÂ Free Press,Â Investors Business Daily,Â The American Spectator,Â National Review, TheÂ Chicago TribuneÂ andÂ Wall Street Journal.Â His books includeÂ Road HogsÂ (2011) andÂ Â Automotive AtrocitiesÂ (2004). His next book,Â â€śThe Politics of Driving,â€ťÂ is scheduled for release in 2012. Visit his web site atÂ Eric Peters Autos.
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