‘Keep moving!’ A pair of lawyers of the wild moment brandishes an AR-15 and a gun against BLM protesters who march in front of their home in an elegant St. Louis neighborhood
- The Twitter video shows lawyers Patty and Mark McCloskey pointing weapons at peaceful demonstrators who were walking near their home in St. Louis
- The married couple left the armed house on Sunday to prevent demonstrators from entering their property
- Mark was holding a large assault weapon while his wife Patty had a gun
- Protesters were headed for the home of Mayor Lyda Krewson
- They would have asked for his resignation after releasing names and addresses of residents who had suggested defrauding the police department
A St. Louis couple was captured on video pointing a rifle and pistol at peaceful demonstrators walking near their home.
Husband and wife, Mark and Patricia McCloskey, both personal injury lawyers, were seen pointing guns at protesters who walked near their sumptuous estate in the affluent Forest Park neighborhood around 6:00 PM on Sunday.
At one point, the couple seemed to unknowingly point their weapons at each other while trying to keep the protesters away.
The owners of armed houses, Patty and Mark McCloskey, stand in front of their house along Portland Place and confront the protesters who march to the home of the mayor of St. Louis Lyda Krewson on Sunday
The married couple left the armed house on Sunday to prevent demonstrators from entering their property
Mark McCloskey could be seen carrying a firearm as protesters entered his neighborhood
A video posted on Twitter shows the woman holding the gun against a protester wearing a shirt that says “Hands up, don’t shoot.”
It seemed that the individual was trying to convince people to leave home at the time.
The couple confronted the group of around 300 protesters after breaking down a gate in the neighborhood, according to NBC News.
Protesters were traveling to the home of Mayor Lyda Krewson to ask for his resignation after releasing the names and addresses of residents who had suggested defrauding the police department.
An online petition launched over the weekend asking her to step down has generated over 40,000 signatures.
Husband and wife, Mark and Patricia McCloskey are both personal injury lawyers
Patricia McCloskey drew a firearm against protesters as she walked past her home on Sunday
Mark McCloskey can be seen exiting the front door to protect his home
In the photos shared online, it does not appear that anyone walking in Sunday’s protest calling for the resignation of the mayor of St. Louis Lyda Krewson was violating their lavish properties
Protesters were traveling to Mayor Krewson’s home to demand his resignation after releasing the names and addresses of residents who had suggested defrauding the police department.
Twitter users were not happy with the mayor of St. Louis who released names and addresses of people who wanted to defraud the police
On Friday evening, Mayor Lyda Krewson made an apology for his actions. The complete declaration is below:
‘In an effort to be transparent and accessible to the public during the Covid-19 pandemic, for more than three months I have been making updates to the community every three weeks on Facebook.
‘Tonight, I would like to apologize for identifying the people who submitted the letters to me at the City Hall while answering a routine question during one of my updates today.
‘Although it is public information, I did not intend to cause distress or harm to anyone. The post has been removed. “
A protester holds a flyer calling for the resignation of the mayor of St. Louis Lyda Krewson while a couple defends their home during a protest against the mayor
An online petition started over the weekend, asking for Mayor Krewson’s resignation to have generated over 40,000 signatures. Pictured: Police officers on guard during the protest against Mayor Krewson
Protesters hold signs with “wanted” and “Black trans lives matter” during a protest against Mayor Krewson
The word “resign” is seen painted on the street in front of Mayor Krewson’s house in St. Louis
The signs left on the door of Mayor Krewson’s house are seen during a protest calling for his resignation
A sign saying “Krewson endangers its citizens” was left on the threshold of the mayor
The ACLU of Missouri released the following statement on Friday evening regarding the reading of Mayor Krewson’s names and addresses:
‘Today is added to the list of things we never thought we should say. To be clear, it is shocking and misleading for Mayor Lyda Krewson of St. Louis to pass on the addresses of those who have the courage to express a different point of view on a matter of public interest.
‘It has no apparent purpose beyond intimidation. We are stronger when we promote open dialogue. The chilling debate should bother everyone, regardless of whether they agree or disagree with the mayor on this particular issue. “