"Dearborn does not have that many people living with HIV, and the police do not like people with HIV," Officer Lacey told Ms. Jones, the Free Press reported. "Honestly, if it wasn't for that, I don't think I would have wrote anybody for anything. But that kind of really aggravated me, you know what I mean? You got to tell me right away. … Because at that time, I wasn't wearing any gloves."
"Sometimes you can break through the speech deficit by using the auditory pathway. They can get the word out rather than just thinking of the word and saying it," said Lacey, who is not involved in Giffords' care.