A California legal group is filing suit against a shopping mall for threatening a Christian who shared his faith with other shoppers.
The lawsuit, filed by the Pacific Justice Institute (PJI), alleges that management and officers at the Visalia Mall threatened and harassed John Vadnais, a church elder, for sharing his faith. It also claims that they called the police out to intimidate him.
PJI president Brad Dacus tells OneNewsNow Vadnais was told he could not talk to strangers about religion.
"No one should be threatened with arrest for peacefully communicating their beliefs to willing listeners," he asserts. "In California, large shopping malls are deemed the equivalent of public forums. It is both intolerant and illegal for the Visalia Mall to suppress speech just because it's religious."
Click here to read more.