Caller's Outrage About Disabled Man's Court Case Turned Into Understanding

29 November 2016, 14:44

Shelagh Fogarty Question

This is what happened when Shelagh was joined in the LBC studio by Fred Walden, a disabled dancer who's taking legal action after being banned from a jive event.

Caller Clinton listened to the basic details of Fred's story and phoned in to tell him his legal challenge was "outrageous".

Caller Has His Opinion On Wheelchair Users Turned Upside Down

This caller had his preconceptions about people in wheelchairs turned upside when he phoned LBC and spoke to Fred, who was joining Shelagh in studio.

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But within just a few moments and after speaking to Fred, he had completely reversed his position and was on Fred's side: "It is a bit foul what they're trying to do to you!"

Find out how that happened above and see how gracious Fred was in accepting Clinton's changing opinions on discrimination against disabled people.

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