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Ok I'm going to make a controversial devils advocate comment. Do disabled people have more rights than able bodies or equal rights? How many disabled places are there in this vacinity? How many were being utilised at the time? How many disabled people were prevented from using HSSDs corporate service HQ that morning due to Deputy Ingliss parking in a space reserved especially for them in the event they might turn up? I am absolutely in favour of rights for disabled people however able bodied people have rights too and if there were no ordinary spaces free then perhaps an able bodied person should be able to use a vacant disabled space?