It is not obvious why these three were stopped in the first place; these people are just on the road or outside their car. Then, the second officer was in the car and he didn't secure the driver. Then, the driver has the permit and attempts to communicate what he has. The lead officer is just angry and unprofessional. People need to protect themselves and get armed: the 2nd Amendment is in the Bill of Rights.
On June 8, 2011 the unfortunate arrest took place in Canton, OH. Notifying the policy when you have a firearm is required by Ohio Law, but when this individual with a thirty-day old license tries to do that he is repeatedly ordered to look away, shut up, or interrupted and "forced" to change what he is speaking about by the actions of an aggressive cop who maintains verbal command of the individual.
One flagrant mistake for a two man car is dealing with three people and putting themselves at risk when the one officer started what appears to be an illegal search of the rear of the car without extracting or securing the driver--which would have given him an opportunity to notify.