Mark and Patricia McCloskey Indicted by Grand Jury

Self-defense and the Second Amendment are at stake this November.


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Brace yourself for this one.

Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the couple who lawfully defended their property from a group of protesters who broke into their gated community, have been indicted by a Grand Jury with charges of exhibiting guns.

Additionally, the couple has also been charged with tampering with evidence.

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This is a complete breakdown of the justice system and is exactly why we cannot allow Joe Biden (Kamala Harris) to become the next president.

Fox News has more on this egregious miscarriage of justice:

Mark and Patricia McCloskey were indicted Tuesday on charges of unlawful use of a weapon and tampering with evidence, according to their attorney Al Watkins.

The charges related to an incident that occurred in June, when hundreds of Black Lives Matter protesters marched onto a private street the McCloskeys live on. The McCloskeys went outside to confront the protesters. Mark McCloskey had an AR-15 rifle, while Patricia McCloskey had a semiautomatic pistol.

The couple contends that protesters broke through an iron gate, ignored a "No Trespassing" sign, and screamed threats of arson and rape at them, while protest leaders say that the march was peaceful and no threats were made.

Watkins accused the prosecutors of tampering with the pistol by assembling it in a way that it could be fired.

"This is b------t," Watkins told Fox News. "Hate to say it, but the state has a lot of problems with this one. And they transcend not just the evidence, but they actually are remarkably problematic from the standpoint of prosecutorial misconduct."

These rediculous charges should scare the absolute Hell out of every American citizen.

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The democrats want to both defund the police, as well as take away your God given right and duty to protect your family.

Do not stand for this when you vote in November.

KMOV4 has more on the tampering charge, and o the McCloskey's reaction:

That gun, Watkins said, had been rendered inoperable but a report obtained by News 4 from the St Louis Police Crime Lab showed that a prosecutor had instructed the examiners to re-assemble it correctly.

The McCloskeys were in court early Tuesday before the grand jury rendered their decision. Afterward, Mark McCloskey expressed frustration with the fact no protesters were charged in the incident.

“They broke down our gate, they trespassed on our property. Not a single one of those people are now charged with anything,” Mark McCloskey stated. “We’re charged with felonies that could cost us four years of our lives and our law license.”

McCloskey said the decision not to prosecute the trespassers shows the government has chosen to protect “criminals from honest citizens.”

“What you are witnessing here is just an opportunity for the government, the leftist, democrat government of the City of St. Louis to persecute us for doing no more than exercising our Second Amendment rights,” McCloskey said.


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