Listen: Officer, Paul John Frito And Mike Sugarman discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Ten twenty. A federal appeals court has spoken ruling that a Connecticut police officer who used a stun gun on a twelve year old deaf boy acted reasonably and cannot be sued. By the boy's parents New York's second US circuit court of appeals ruled in favor of now, retired west Hartford officer, Paul John frito in the case. Authorities say the incident happened in two thousand thirteen at the American school for the deaf. When the student refused commands to drop a rock after assaulting a teacher, several teachers translated the command in sign language. He still did not comply lawyers for the parents say the court's decision sets a dangerous precedent for police to use excessive force a state lawsuit is still pending Brooklyn. Racing into its seventh decade because of the excitement and passionate a the couple who run it. That's today's sweet spot with Mike sugarman yelling."