But he did say his buddy should have taken out his AR and proned the guy out for exercising a legal right. And can an OC'er actually make a furtive movement for his gun? Can someone with that attitude make a good judgement call between furtive and nervous? Particularly if he has predetermined his plan of attack so to speak. And will most of the people reading this even see what furtive means? If he keeps his job I hope this wakes him up to how ridiculous an idea this was.
FURTIVE MOVEMENTS -- "Furtive" means secretive or concealing, and the law requires a totality of circumstances here. The movement cannot possibly be construed as an innocent gesture (looking both ways before crossing the street). Nervousness alone is not sufficient as the law recognizes the right of people to be nervous or fearful around police. The movement cannot also be possibly the sign of a mental condition. There must be something secretive given the time, setting, weather, and audience. It would be best if the furtive movements were identifiable with a particular type of crime.