Yeah, that was a good video. Look, I am 100% appreciative and respect the first amendment right to film, so long as they do not interfere with an investigation. For example, filming a witness, or getting in the face of an officer while they are trying to calm things down. This does not mean that an officer has any right to say that a guy filming from across the street is interfering. Like I stated, I am supportive of these rights, however, there is a right way to do this. The guy in the video did it all wrong. He was trying to get attention and was very verbally abusive to officers trying to get a response. I know they wanted to beat his ass, because I did just watching this. Filming and exercising rights is good. Trying to get a reaction, and trying really hard to piss people off, or make them uneasy is not a good way to do this, even if they are not breaking the law. Though, this guy was in violation of disorderly conduct. It is the same with second amendment audits. Exercise you second rights. Don’t purposely do things that make people think you are about to shoot the place up.