Here ya go.Methinks I would like to read the full opinion. Citation perchance?
How, pray tell, is remaining bent over (straight legged and bent at the waist, as the dissent described the video footage) even while the police are approaching you from both sides, plainly visible, with flashlights on you, radio noise, and telling you to stand up, reasonable suspicion that you are in possession of contraband drugs?But, if upon the cops' approach on foot the "suspect" (citizen) stayed in the bent-over or kneeling position PRETENDING TO TIE HIS SHOE, that is a reasonable explanation for his behavior and would seem to take the suspicion out of it. And IF the guy is tying his shoe, you would not expect him to stand back up until the task is done. If, on the other hand, he were only ducking down to avoid the cops noticing him, once the cops parked their car and walked right up to him, OBVIOUSLY the jig is up, and the guy might as well stand up and face them... unless his shoelace-tying task is not yet completed!