I am not a litigation type of person, but wrongs need to be corrected and damaged individuals made whole. The people forced to leave the game for attempting to report the incident are very important. Further action from them may be very helpful in assuring an incident like this doesn't happen again soon. I think Cy does deserve compensation for the medical costs and pain inflicted. However, this is an individual's choice. A way to keep this in the public, and perhaps gain UCONN acknowledgement, is for the individuals "escorted" out of the stadium to sue for damages. They were only doing what I see as civil duty. For that they lost the value of their ticket, expenses to get to the game, and any "enjoyment" they get from attending sporting events. I think that UCONN, their rent-a-cops, and any individuals known to be responsible could be sued.