Let's recap the facts of the case. The Indianapolis Police Department (prior to the IMPD coming into existence) came into Mr. Scott's house, tore the house up and seized two guns Mr. Scott legally possessed. It was later discovered that officers realized they had the wrong address on the search warrant. But IPD refused to return Mr. Scott's guns, instead demanding that Mr. Scott first undergo fingerprint testing. Scott refused pointing out quite correctly that fingerprinting wasn't an original requirement of his possession. (Nonetheless, he had already been fingerprinted when he bought the guns.)
Even though notified of Mr. Scott's intention to file a lawsuit, the City went ahead and destroyed his guns anyway, a fact the City failed to disclose until a lawsuit had been filed. Late last year the Federal District Court dismissed Mr. Scott's lawsuit on the basis that the 2nd Amendment had not yet been applied to the City and it was too late to amend the complaint to include a due process claim. (In its filings, the City had completely misrepresented to the Court that Scott had not made a due process claim.) Mr. Scott has asked for reconsideration by the court on the basis that in fact the Complaint had already contained a due process claim, and that the mislabeling of that claim was not a basis for dismissal.
Today the City filed a "Bill of Costs" demanding that Mr. Scott fork over $854.17 for expenses associated with Scott's efforts to get his legally-owned guns back that were wrongly destroyed by the City. Unbelievable. Is there any limit this administration has when it comes to its hostility to legal gun owners?