The scene where the officer asks the young man for his ID, then explains the he may be a felon and felons can't carry guns. Isn't that the presumption of guilt before innocence? Which I think is what the young man asks the officer? Do you have any reason to suspect I may be a felon?
The theoretical question: I know this is just theory and would never work in practice but, in the state of Kentucky where you have the Constitutional Right to open carry, wouldn't you have the same "right" to open carry as a LEO? We're both protected under the or by the Kentucky Laws? Give that, wouldn't you have the same, "theoretical right" to ask for his weapon during a stop so you'd feel safer? Again, I know it'd never work in practice but as a point of law? I may also be totally off my rocker on this.