Deaf people who tuned into a police news conference about the arrest of a suspected serial killer were left baffled by the sign language interpreter. "She sat up there and waved her arms like she was singing Jingle Bells," Rachell Settambrino, who is deaf and teaches American Sign Language at the University of South Florida, told the Tampa Bay Times. The force had called the press conference to announce the arrest of Howell Emanuel Donaldson III, on suspicion of killing four people in Tampa's Seminole Heights area.
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Derlyn Roberts was really signing undecipherable words during a Florida press conference on the arrest of Emanuel Donaldson III, police said.
Hearing-impaired people tuning in to a news conference about the arrest of a suspected serial killer got a message of gibberish from an American Sign Language interpreter.