I know the man personally, he doesn't drink or consume any drugs, he is a hard working family man. And what does it matter that the officer is a veteran, his daughter is also a military veteran. And one more thing I'd like to ask, is why make assumptions? Like the guy said above "innocent until proven guilty"? I think that should some thing the officers should also ask from now on, just like they ask when frisking to protect themselves "any sharp object or weapons I should be aware of?" They should ask if there is any medical impediments that can stop their harsh frisking and maybe go softer on them. That's is just my opinion.