TOR, here is one you missed:
Liberals lives up to stereotype: Unarmed FL CCW license holder stopped and harassed in MD for being a CCW license holder
"The officer -- from the Transportation Authority Police, as it turns out, Maryland's version of the New York-New Jersey Port Authority -- strolls up, does the license and registration bit, and returns to his car."
Ten minutes later he's back, and he wants John out of the Expedition. Retreating to the space between the SUV and the unmarked car, the officer orders John to hook his thumbs behind his back and spread his feet. "You own a gun," the officer says. "Where is it?"
"At home in my safe," John answers.
"Don't move," says the officer.
Now he's at the passenger's window. "Your husband owns a gun," he says. "Where is it?"
First Kally says, "I don't know...."
The officer came back to John. "You're a liar. You're lying to me. Your family says you have it. Where is the gun? Tell me where it is and we can resolve this right now."
Of course, John couldn't show him what didn't exist, but Kally's failure to corroborate John's account, the officer would tell them later, was the probable cause that allowed him to summon backup -- three marked cars joined the lineup along the I-95 shoulder -- and empty the Expedition of riders, luggage, Christmas gifts, laundry bags; to pat down Kally and Yianni; to explore the engine compartment and probe inside door panels; and to separate and isolate the Filippidises in the back seats of the patrol cars.
Ninety minutes later, or maybe it was two hours -- "It felt like forever," Kally says -- no weapon found and their possessions repacked, the episode ended ... with the officer writing out a warning.
Face red, eyes shining, John pounds his knees. "And he wants to put me in jail. He wants to put me in jail. For no reason. He wants to take my wife and children away and put me in jail. In America, how does such a thing happen? ... And after all that, he didn't even write me a ticket."