"No firearms" sign in Gahanna at Creekside...?

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This sub-forum is strictly for the purpose of submitting of, and status updates related to, ORC 9.68 compliance. This could mean park bans, open carry bans, or anything that is a compliance issue. Note the format in which original threads were created. We'll track each individual case here and post updates if assistance is needed, etc. You may start a new thread here to notify us of a non-compliant scenario. Please try to research contact information for each city, village, etc, Email, fax, and postal addresses are great. Digital photos of infractions (Signs) are ideal. With limited exceptions this is NOT a discussion forum.

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Re: "No firearms" sign in Gahanna at Creekside...?

Post by docachna » Sun Aug 06, 2017 12:48 pm

Sky Pilot wrote:If it's so dangerous a place that they have to ban the one most law abiding segment of the population, then it's far too dangerous a place for me to attend!
And there you have it................ :D

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Re: "No firearms" sign in Gahanna at Creekside...?

Post by slidelock » Wed Feb 28, 2018 12:35 pm

Seriously? You see that at just about every crowd-drawing event these days. If you find the rules offensive you are perfectly free to turn around and not patronize their event on their property. If you find the rules acceptable then you are welcome to stay and enjoy the festivities. Their party, their rules. From a legal perspective you have given consent the moment you proceed past that clearly posted sign.[/q}
Ummmm.....Nope! Care to provide a cite for that? Just because some Public entity posts a sign has no bearing on my constitutional rights! I suspect if you showed up and insisted you probably will be arrested. Assuming there is cell phone video, any charges, disturbing the peace, creating panic would have to be dropped. Then civil actions would be appropriate.

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