Black Lives Matter Protesters Cited for Trespassing After McCloskey Confrontation

Black Lives Matter Protesters Cited for Trespassing After McCloskey Confrontation


Several Black Lives Matter protesters were recently given citations for trespassing at Mark and Patricia McCloskey’s home on June 28 in St. Louis, Missouri.

“The office of City Counselor Julian Bush told Fox News in an email that the citations were mailed to the nine people but that Bush has ‘not yet determined whether to file charges,’” Fox News reported.

Those issued citations could face up to $500 in fines and up to 90 days in jail, but Bush said it was rare for individuals to receive those penalties for a municipal ordinance violation, according to the outlet.

The McCloskeys used an AR-15 and pistol to defend their home from protesters as the group marched through their neighborhood during the initial incident in June, according to Breitbart News:

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The homeowner told KMOV4 he came out armed because the protesters allegedly burst through a historic gate on the way to his

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