You don't get too many days like this in Chicago. Clear weather, good crowd, great team, and a lively Section 8 that continues to draw praise from TV viewers all over the U.S. If soccer has a future in the U.S. you can start with Chicago. But we still get Alderman Solis's finest to rain on our parade, to kick their minimum number of people out of Section 8, killing fan atmosphere at a critical part of the game. I refer to the security company that is rumored to have ties to Alderman Solis. Security is good. You need it any public event, even a very safe situation like a Chicago Fire game. But I don't think we are getting it at Soldier Field. The false arrest I am referring to is a civil wrong, a tort, not a criminal act. So it is something that does not involve breaking a law. But I think in a free society you are not supposed to drag innocent fans out of a stadium without reason, just because someone-not them- set off a flare as part of an historic celebration. I am interested in comments from people who saw the (4?) people dragged out of Section 8. I believe 3 returned to the cheers of the crowd. I did not see Tomek return. I am interested if you think things are getting a little heavy in Section 8, or am I misreading the security situation.