Court records: St. Louis couple pulled gun before

Supplied Armed couple point guns at Black Lives Matters protesters in St Louis

Supplied Armed couple point guns at Black Lives Matters protesters in St Louis

He said it is "ridiculous" to consider him the face of opposition to the Black Lives Matter movement after the incident. Unfortunately for the now-viral St. Louis couple, their trigger-happy antics are being met with massive waves of criticism.

Video of the incident circulated widely this weekend together man brandished what seemed to be a semi-automatic weapon while his wife pointed a handgun at the trespassers. The reason they even had guns was allegedly due to being threatened by a handful of white protesters, the latter fact supposedly eliminating the idea that their actions were racially-motivated. McCloskey, grabbed at an opportunity on Carlson's show to challenge claims that he or his wife are racists saying, "my black clients love us".

"It was like the storming of the Bastille, the gate came down and a large crowd of angry, aggressive people poured through", Mark McCloskey told KMOV earlier this week.

The couple have been identified as Mark and Patricia McCloskey
The couple have been identified as Mark and Patricia McCloskey

The protesters were en route to St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson's home to demand her resignation after she released names and addresses of residents who joined in anti-cop protests.

McCloskey then said he has watched his city crumble and evoked the tragic death of retired St. Louis police captain David Dorn, who was shot and killed when attempting to protect a pawnshop from looters last month.

According to The St. Louis America, McCloskey and his wife are now under investigation for the Sunday incident with St. Louis Prosecutor Kimberly Gardner saying she was "alarmed at the events that occurred over the weekend, where peaceful protesters were met by guns and a violent assault". I didn't care what color they were - I didn't care what their motivation was. They didn't go to your house.

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"My office is now working with the public and police to investigate these events", she said in a statement.

Cuomo said, "To me, it's not about what's right and wrong in a court of law, it's what we have right and wrong about how we treat each other".

We've already had the Ken and Karen Meme, and now it's time for the Saving Private Property Meme.

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Personal injury lawyers Mark and Patricia McCloskey are now being slammed online for their reaction to protesters passing their Forest Park home in St. Louis as they made their way to challenge Mayor Lyda Krewson. The Post-Dispatch, citing city records, reports the home is appraised at $1.15 million.

The Washington Post ran a headline that reads: "St. Louis couple points guns at peaceful crowd of protesters calling for mayor to resign". For weeks they have advocated that the statue be taken down.

To make it look real, many people have also edited a title onto the movie poster, with the most popular one being: "Saving Private Property".

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They added that they are still investigating but labeled it a case of trespassing and assault by intimidation against the couple by protesters in the racially diverse crowd.

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