Last week, ten to fifteen Islamic terrorists sieged the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya. We watched in horror over the next three days as photos and reports of atrocities were paraded in the news. In the end, they killed 61 civilians and 6 security officers.

The attackers did not just end the lives of innocent people.

Today Ohioans For Concealed Carry filed a lawsuit in Lorain County seeking to compel the City of Oberlin to comply with state law.  Contrary to what you may have read in the news the City of Oberlin's recent legislation to "allow guns in parks" did not comply with state law.  State law prohibits a city such as Oberlin from regulating the possession, transfer, or transaction of firearms.

Oberlin's "fix" was to illegally prohibit possession of "unlawful" firearms -- which remain undefined in the ordinance.  Despite OFCC addressing council and telling them what they were about to do was illegal they proceeded anyway in a 4-3 vote.

What follows is OFCC's press release.  The complaint filed with the court can be read here.  Donations accepted here.

Traditionally, just where does one expect violence?  At a school? At the shopping mall?
What about in our home while we're relaxing?

There was a time when there was no internet.  Learning of violence in public places seemed unheard of. We'd rarely hear of such horrific incidents such as we've recently watched take place in a shopping mall in Kenya.

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