A police report should be filed.
The persons could be liable for:
1. Terroristic threats
2. Malicious damage to property if the camera was harmed
You may also sue civilly. However, if they do press charges, you can ask for restitution for any damage caused (if their guilt is determined).
Its not really a civil rights question unless you are threatened by the state.
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It depends on the nature of the threat.It has to be a true threat for you to press criminal charges.You may still have a civil course of action. As to Battery it depends on what actually transpired to determine if it is a Civil or Criminal Battery.Ask a similar question