May the Police Point Their Guns at You Based Upon an Anonymous Tip?

It can be quite uncomfortable to have the police point their guns at you, especially if you have been erroneously identified as a suspect in a crime.  The police may yell orders at you to lay face down on the ground while you try to explain you did nothing or they have the wrong person.  Is there a civil rights violation in all of this?  Worse yet, what if the police contact is based on an anonymous tip, i.e. a vengeful ex-wife or a spiteful ex girlfriend?  Read answers to these questions by clicking on the following link.

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