Dallas Police Officers Laugh at Disabled Military Veteran in Distress

On the morning of June 10th, US Army veteran Dynell Lane had to use the restroom at Serious Pizza in Dallas, Texas. Two off-duty police officers who were handling security at the bar wouldn’t let him in.

According to The Dallas Morning news, “Many states — including Texas — have a restroom access law known as ‘Ally’s Law,’ which states people lawfully on the premises of an establishment should be allowed access to a restroom if they provide evidence they have a medical condition that requires immediate access to a toilet facility.”

Even after Lane presented the police with medical documentation detailing his health problems as a direct result of his deployment to the Middle East, they still refused to help him. Lane then dialed 911, but by the time police arrived, the injured veteran had wet himself.

Video of the unpleasant interaction between the police officers and the crippled veteran has gone viral.

Lane recently told an oversight committee looking into the incident, “The Dallas Police Department failed me.”

Here Is The Transcript Of The Video Below:

“So you guys made a guy pee himself?” one of the on-duty officers says in the shocking exchange, holding her fist to her mouth as she laughs.
“Yeah,” one of the off-duty officers responds, smiling. He looks at the other off-duty officer, who appears to ask, “He called 911?”
The officers say Lane called 911 about the officers not letting him into the restroom. One off-duty officer says, “He called 911 on us?”
The uniformed officers respond, “yeah.”
“Ahhh!” the off-duty cop replies before slapping his knee and roaring laughter. The other off-duty officer smirks.
“He got mad you guys wouldn’t let him use the restroom and then he calls back and said it’s OK he doesn’t need to pee anymore because he soiled —” one of the on-duty officers says before the other one appears to shut off their body camera.


According to police, an administrative inquiry is currently proceeding inside the Dallas Police Department’s internal affairs division despite an earlier conclusion that the officers did not breach department policy.




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