I also see no need for you to list your medical history as, I have stated many times, the police would not have your medical file handy when they tried to arrest you nor would they be able to stop and read your bracelet during the arrest/cuffing proceedure. I also don't see anything in that list your typed that would make you any less of a physical threat to anyone you decided to fight with except perhaps your depth perception but then that is not something a person could tell you had issues with from a physical look over. You at least are honest enough to admit it was mentioned for "emotional response" but quickly claim "not for pity." Ok. I doubt anyone thinks TBIs are not serious...but what does it have to do with this case? Your medical history is unfortunate, but really has nothing to do with the fact that you were arrested for tresspassing.
To that, you don't address the catalyst of the situation at all. Apparently you were informed you were tresspassing and you must leave their property. You didn't do that, again apparently. Going to "your friends car" is not leaving. If security tells me I am tresspassing, leave...I do. I get in my car and leave, straight line. If I got a ride there I get off the property and THEN call my friend to tell him where to pick me up...because waiting on property for them is tresspassing and makes me arrestable. So, why were you tresspassed in the first place. You are very quiet on that subject despite freely giving away your personal medical details.
I also notice you mention your "trial" and give the reading of a test that was done on your current condition yet also don't say how the trial turned out. How come?
I do agree 100% with you that the vast majority of police officers are good people and that a few bad apples taint what is actaully typically a very honorable profession. I have weeded out my share of bad apples myself. It is also those bad apples that make some people shout "abuse!" every time an arrest looks physically rough because everyone likes to think they could do it differently. As I said, I have been to the funerals of several officers in my years who did it "differently" or "gentler" and looked into the eyes of their widows and the children they left behind.