The couple from St. Louise, the McLoskeys, pleaded guilty to a Class-C misdemeanor, and will pay a $750 fine!
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According to STL Today,
“Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple who last summer made global news when they were photographed standing in front of their home with weapons aimed at Black Lives Matter protesters who had trespassed onto their private street, pleaded guilty on Thursday to misdemeanor charges and agreed to forfeit their weapons.
Mark McCloskey pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault, which is a Class-C misdemeanor and will pay a $750 fine.
Patricia McCloskey pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment, a Class-A misdemeanor, and will pay a $2,000 fine.”
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) June 17, 2021
“Mark McCloskey in no way apologized for his actions. He proclaimed it a “good day for the McCloskeys,” and also said,
“The prosecutor dropped every charge except for alleging that I purposely placed other people at imminent risk of physical injury, right, and I sure as heck did. That’s what the guns were there for and I’d do it again any time the mob approaches me. … In other words, I stood out on the porch with my rifle and made them back up. And that’s what I’d do again. If that’s a crime in Missouri, by God I did it, and I’d do it again.”