-1 pointsYour statement that anyone else could have done the same thing that the poster described happened to him is totally bogus. For one, the poster's statement was that the police officers parked their cars in front of and behind his vehicle while he was sitting in their vehicle in and of itself would indicate that either officer, or both officers were knowingly restraining the liberty of the poster. So in my opinion a person doesn't' have a privilege to block your vehicle in so they can strike up a conversation with you. Neither did the police officers have the privilege to restraint the poster unless they had probable cause that a crime had been committed, or was about to be committed prior to detaining him. If you going to give your advice to somebody then at least give it in context of the question being asked. 😐 And yes there are laws which prevent a person from walking up to someone and striking up a conversation even if they are not restraining the person in the process.
-2 pointsPlease cite such a law. If you are unable to cite such a law, on what basis do you make this claim? Let's start with solicitation of prostitution for one, (Ohio Rev. Code § 2907.21). While the communication to compel might not have to be verbal, it still would not give a person a right to walk up to someone and bring up that conversation subject. So yes, a person, even a police officer does not have a right to simply walk up to someone and start any conversation they want therefore in conclusion, the subject matter of the conversation does matter.