If The Is 'Provocation', Police Need Anger Management Training Given That They Carry A Badge And A Gun


In the lawsuit, May admits to the incident on Aug. 21, 2017 when he made a gesture commonly known as “giving the finger” to Ames as May drove past Ames, who had stopped another motorist along U.S. 41.

May claims just prior to that incident, he was cut off in traffic by Ames, who was pursuing another motorist.

After Ames saw May make the gesture, the lawsuit claims, Ames pursued May, pulled him over and ticketed him for “provocation.”