Cop Harasses Disabled Veteran for Legally Parking in Handicap Spot


Isaah James had all of his documents to prove that he was disabled and he had his handicap placard clearly visible on the dash of his car.

He never expected that a cop would waddle over to him and begin harassing him.

James is a 28 year-old Veteran of the US Army. He served over a decade.

During a total of three tours to Iraq and Afghanistan, he was blown up with IEDs.

He was classified as 90% disabled by medical professionals after spending two months in a coma and nearly dying.

But because he “wasn’t in a wheelchair,” this cop evidently felt the need to begin harassing him.

James was shopping at Walgreens with his father when Officer Wilson approached him.

Officer Wilson didn’t think James “looked disabled” despite the fact that all of James’s information was verifiable and his placard was clearly visible.

James did not tolerate the officer’s harassment and told him that the officer is welcome to check all of the documents to ensure that he’s really disabled.

The officer gets increasingly frustrated and then out of nowhere smacks James’s phone to the ground like a child throwing a temper tantrum.

After that, James tells it like it is! He verbally puts the officer in his place.

Judging by the cop’s body language, he knew he was in the wrong and but he didn’t want to admit it.

The full video is below:

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