In the real world it often doesn't work out quite that way.
Raymond Keith McWain, 26, had just turned a corner in his car when he
noticed a truck with three men alongside his car. The deaf man was communicating with the other two in the truck through sign language, police said.
McWain thought the sign language gestures were some sort of slight
or "disrespect" toward him, police said. He made some gestures of his own and
honked and cut in front of the truck before pulling into the pizza store. The
men in the truck followed.
In the parking lot, McWain and the three men from the truck began
pushing and shoving, police said. McWain's cousin, Daniel Harris, 20, who works
at the pizza store, came out and began beating the deaf man as the deaf man's
companions pummeled McWain.
Multiple shots were fired from at least one gun.