"I was approached by two cops accusing me of the constitutionally protected right of photography.
At this time I had no beef with the police nor was I ever filming them. I was very polite but firm. I explained to them I was just reading my emails. Then went on to explain if I was doing what they accused me up I would've had the right to do. Then the cops accuse me of baiting them. If they thought they were being baited why take it. If I was filming to bait them the video would be much longer and show the supposedly filming and they were talking about. If I was filming to bait them I would have told them yeah I was filming so what.
They go on I the video to say it's suspicious that I won't give up my fourth amendment right and ID myself. They become further suspicious after they bring up "Terry versus Ohio" and find out I know it better than them and it don't apply to me."