If one does not sue the officer, department and city, then what incentive would the city, department, officer have to modify their behavior? This man should have the keys to City Hall and should be screaming bloody murder to the Prosecuting Attorney about Battery, Fraud and Criminal Confinement. Sue them all, ask for ___ million dollars, a court ordered gun rights sensitivity training for the department and city, construction and maintenence of several public shooting ranges by the city, free ammunition to gun owners at ranges, public service announcements by the city announcing their apology and defending the right to arms, and a bunch of other stuff I can come up with. Remedies like these have been used in past civil rights suits. It's past time that gun owners use them. A judgment like this against Knoxville will not just benefit our friend at Coal Creek Armory. It will benefits hundreds of thousands of gun owners across the country when the city attorneys and police departments hear about this lawsuit.