I posted one paragraph, then copied and pasted both news stories, and comments from local residents.
This is not made up, three bomb threats in the past week, and this post is about the last two. This is just twenty minutes or so from my front door, Chillicothe (Ross County). Every day it’s something violent going on within the radius where I live. I posted a couple comments from the posts made by the local citizens. The workers in the Kenworth plant doesn’t even know there is a bomb threat, and the one comment made on the Court House threat is pretty near to getting the guy arrested for hate speech. This world has drifted very far from the teachings of Jesus Christ,
“The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—
when the sons of God went to the daughters of humans and had children by them.
They were the heroes of old, men of renown.
The Lord saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become on the earth,
and that every inclination of the thoughts of the human heart was only evil all the time.”
Those who live by the mark of the beast are the offspring of the Nephilim, those who have power over physiology and is able to form behaviors, thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
“Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life.
No one comes to the Father except through me.”
Obviously, a humanitarian world without Jesus Christ is not the Way, the Truth, nor is it Life. If all of this violence is some sort of sign of the ushering in of the “Global Democracy,” then you know those who live for the Gospel of peace are in big trouble. Severe Chirstian persecution is just around the corner, as it has already begun. Hold on to the testimony of Jesus Christ because the gift of eternal life far exceeds what we go through in this life. Hold to the Truth, maintain righteousness, walk in the Gospel of peace, maintain faith in the Word of God, hold on to your Salvation, and separate from this unGodly world while holding firm to the Bible.
Article About Bomb Threat at the Court House
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — The Chillicothe Police Department is investigating a bomb scare at the Chillicothe Municipal Court.
It took place on Monday shortly before 1 p.m.
According to reports, officers and detectives were dispatched to the courthouse at 95 East Main Street after someone called saying an explosive device was inside the building.
The scene, officers said, was quickly secured and no explosives were located.
Detectives with the police department said the case remains under investigation, and no suspects have been named.
This incident comes just days after an active shooter scare triggered a massive law enforcement response at Chillicothe High School. Officers from the police department and deputies from the sheriff’s office responded to the school last Friday. It was quickly determined that there was no threat and that the call received by the police was fake. Chillicothe became one of nearly a dozen schools across the Buckeye State with active shooter hoaxes.
Officials did not say if the cases were all linked to one another.
On Tuesday, September 20, another bomb scare caused mass evacuations across the east end of Chillicothe. A resident told the Guardian that they had found a suspicious package with what appeared to be a bomb inside it. The Franklin County Bomb Squad was dispatched to the area of Eastern Avenue to examine the suspected device. Bomb technicians would later determine that the item was not explosive.
Article About the Bomb Threat at Kenworth Factory
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — The Ross County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a bomb threat at Kenworth in Chillicothe.
According to Ross County Sheriff George Lavender, shortly before 7 a.m., his office received a call stating that there was a bomb threat at the facility on route 159.
Several law enforcement agencies descended on the factory to begin an investigation and search of the building.
This incident comes just days after officials with the Chillicothe Municipal Court received a bomb threat on Monday.
Authorities have not stated if all the incidents lately have been connected.