COLLEGE CAMPUS BEING SUED FOR ITS GUN BAN: ‘Law–abiders more vulnerable to attack by law–breakers’

The 2nd Amendment and the state law is what protects Americans from the gun grabbers in Washington. Americans should be able to protect themselves and should be able to carry a gun for that protection. Just think what would have happened in Oregon if some of the people were armed.

A University of Missouri business and corporate law educator who’s taught at the facility since 2002 has launched a lawsuit against the Columbia-based campus over its firearms’ ban, saying it’s unconstitutional and compromises the safety of innocents.

Royce de Barondes, who also teaches a class on firearms law, said he possesses “extensive knowledge and training on the lawful use and safe handling of a firearm,” and has a concealed carry permit, Fox News reported.

But the school still won’t let him carry on campus. So he filed a motion to change that policy.

“The gun ban makes law-abiders more vulnerable to attack by law-breakers, and unlawfully and unconstitutionally violates plaintiffs’ individual rights to keep and carry a firearm for self-defense,” the suit, filed in late September, states.

Campus officials, contacted for comment Thursday – around the same time Chris Harper-Mercer, 26, was shooting and killing scores at a community college in Oregon, declined to comment on the suit.

“We do have a policy that allows students or guests to store firearms at a secure police facility on campus,” spokesman Christian Basi said to Fox News.

Barondes said that’s not good enough. He’s named university president Tim Wolfe as a defendant, and accused the school was violating both federal and state constitutional laws.
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