In Chicago’s densest concealed-carry neighborhoods, minorities hold the most permits

“The gangs have their guns; we want ours, too.” That sentiment, voiced by Otis McDonald — the plaintiff in the lawsuit that reversed Chicago’s ban on handguns — is now echoed in a new analysis of data revealing where holders of concealed-carry permits in the city are most densely concentrated.

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On Thursday, 24-year-old Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez opened fire on two military sites in Chattanooga, Tennessee, leaving four dead Marines in his wake before being killed by police. Investigators are calling this “domestic terrorism.” Abdulazeez was a practicing Muslim whose family reportedly were Jordanians who emigrated from Kuwait to the U.S. Domestic terrorism, huh?