Nine BLM Protesters Cited For ‘Trespassing’ On McCloskey Property In St. Louis, Couple Suspects ‘There Won’t Be Any Charges’

Nine BLM Protesters Cited For ‘Trespassing’ On McCloskey Property In St. Louis, Couple Suspects ‘There Won’t Be Any Charges’


Following an investigation into whether Black Lives Matter protesters, targeting the St. Louis mayor’s residence, had threatened Mark and Patricia McCloskey — a couple that went viral after being pictured defending their home with guns — nine BLM protesters were cited for “trespassing” and the couple suspects that’s the end of any charges.

The McCloskeys told Fox & Friends Weekend that protesters, who allegedly broke through a wrought iron fence protecting the McCloskey’s gated neighborhood, were given “municipal-type tickets” and that they don’t anticipate St. Louis prosecutors will push the matter any further, even though the McCloskeys are being prosecuted for defending their home.

“These are just tickets, they’re municipal type tickets,” Patricia McCloskey told the network Sunday. “Nine of three to five hundred people, I don’t know how they chose those nine people. I suspect there won’t be any charges even for these nine people.”

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“The mob outside my house was chanting, ‘You can’t stop the revolution,’” Mark

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