I just had a chance to view the tapes. The man followed the state law. The state trooper was ignorant of the law and was therefore, however inadvertenly it may have been, intruding into a private citizen's life with no legal justification. And the guy thus accosted is supposed to halt his activities such as talking on the phone for this? He's supposed to do things not legally required by law? I don't think so. I've got a clue for some here. If your state law requires you to hand over your ID upon demand, you need to start action to get state law changed. If you think you need accede to every request whether within the law or not of a policeman, you need to examine your concept of liberty for it has drifted from what our forefathers envisioned. In 1972, I was at a roadblock manned by Georgia state troopers. Hair down past my shoulders. Beard. Fat state trooper with mirrored sunglasses was stomping his way to my car while shouting,"Hippy &#%)) this, long haired son of a *$^^, that" with each stomp. When he saw the 1911 .38 Super lying on the seat next to me(in open view in accordance with Georgia law) he said,"May I see your driver's license, sir?" Amazing change of manner wouldn't you say? I became a fervent supporter of the Second Amendment that day. Respect, yes. Civility, yes. Subservience, hell no. For your edification, respect and civility do not require me to cease legal activity which a policeman has no legal justification to intrude upon.