Briefly quoting the Washington Post report linked above:
From the date of the confiscation, which without proof of some illegal act amounts to armed robbery, occurred under the Obmaa regime, and the victim is now suing to recover what is left of his truck. Why? Because it is virtually certain someone has been driving that nice looking truck, and there is no way of estimating the wear and tear to the vehicle.
Taking a considerable leap of faith and assuming the WaPo item is somewhat true, I would sue the government for the value of the truck when stolen and ask the court to direct Congress to appropriate gimfd to replace the tuck, pay Sr. Serrano’s attorney’s fees, and pay Sr. Serrano for inconvenience.
Because neither carrying a forgotten magazine nor driving while Hispanic are illegal en low Estados Unidos.