“Guards allowed an armed gunman to enter the restaurant and fire at least five shots in the restaurant … at least two of the shots hit the plaintiff,” the suit said, and once bullets started flying security guards started ducking instead of securing the restaurant.OK, is Buffalo Wild Wings supposed to install full-body scanners, only metal detectors, or should the guards just strip search everyone who comes through the door? So how exactly do you want to make it a "gun free zone?" (Hanging up the signs isn't getting it done.)
And as for "not securing the restaurant," when bullets start flying, even cops take cover to figure out what is going on before they take action. (Maybe he doesn't understand about UNARMED guards, and what they can reasonably do against an armed criminal.) So should the restaurant have a sniper on stand-by?
And as Uncle said, this can't happen because it is illegal to have guns in a Tennessee restaurant that serves alcohol. (You would think that little technicality would stop someone willing to commit assault with a deadly weapon - and maybe murder.)