McCloskey Lawyer Describes Trump’s Support as Couple Pleads Not Guilty

McCloskey Lawyer Describes Trump’s Support as Couple Pleads Not Guilty


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A St. Louis couple who held guns while protesters trespassed on their private street pleaded not guilty to two felony charges at a brief hearing on Wednesday.

Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who are both attorneys in their early 60s, were indicted by a St. Louis grand jury last week on charges of unlawful use of a weapon and tampering with evidence. They will appear in court again Oct. 28.

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St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner originally filed the weapons charge in July.

The grand jury added the evidence tampering charge. The indictment states that a semiautomatic pistol was altered in a way that “obstructed the prosecution of Patricia McCloskey” on the weapons charge.

The McCloskeys have blamed the

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