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Sport Missouri couple who defended home have rifle seized during police search: report

07:15  11 july  2020
07:15  11 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

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During the search , police seized the rifle that Mark McCloskey was shown holding during the June 28 incident, KSDK-TV of St. Louis reported , citing information from a Investigation into st. louis couple who defended their home against protesters is 'abuse of power

A couple draws their firearms on protestors as they enter their neighborhood during a protest against St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson A man and a woman have been filmed brandishing guns at protesters who swarmed at the edge of their property, after a group of Black That’s a rifle . Assault is an action.

Authorities in St. Louis executed a search warrant Friday evening at the home of Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the couple who made headlines last month when they took up arms to defend their homes from protesters.

a man and a woman posing for a picture: Mark and Patricia McCloskey join Sean Hannity with insight on 'Hannity.' © Provided by FOX News Mark and Patricia McCloskey join Sean Hannity with insight on 'Hannity.'

During the search, police seized the rifle that Mark McCloskey was shown holding during the June 28 incident, KSDK-TV of St. Louis reported, citing information from a source.

The pistol that Patricia McCloskey held during the June confrontation was already in the possession of the couple’s attorney, the station reported.

St. Louis homeowner who pointed weapon at protesters says he 'was a victim of a mob' and doesn't oppose Black Lives Matter

  St. Louis homeowner who pointed weapon at protesters says he 'was a victim of a mob' and doesn't oppose Black Lives Matter A St. Louis homeowner who pulled a gun on protesters walking on his private street said he was "in imminent fear they would run me over, kill me.""I was a person scared for my life, protecting my wife, my home, my hearth, my livelihood. I was a victim of a mob that came through the gate," Mark McCloskey told CNN's Chris Cuomo Tuesday.

Example: The police have a warrant to search your apartment for stolen jewelry. While there, they notice bricks of cocaine sitting on the kitchen table. Police may perform a search without a warrant if they have your consent to do so, but their search cannot extend beyond the consent that you provided.

© VPD handout On Tuesday, police displayed an extensive collection of fake guns that had been seized during the first six months of the year, noting seizures of replica firearms were up 107 per cent compared to the same period in 2018.

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There was no immediate indication that the McCloskeys were arrested or charged with a crime.

On Monday, the McCloskeys appeared on Fox News’ “Hannity” and disclosed that protesters returned to their neighborhood last Friday – but they were alerted in advance and hired a private security company to protect their residence.

The previous night, “we started hiding valuables and securing the house,” Mark McCloskey told host Sean Hannity.

Missouri couple who defended home have rifle seized during police search: report

  Missouri couple who defended home have rifle seized during police search: report Authorities in St. Louis executed a search warrant Friday evening at the home of Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the couple who made headlines last month when they took up arms to defend their homes from protesters. © Provided by FOX News Mark and Patricia McCloskey join Sean Hannity with insight on 'Hannity.' During the search, police seized the rifle that Mark McCloskey was shown holding during the June 28 incident, KSDK-TV of St. Louis reported, citing information from a source.

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Last week’s protest was loud but non-violent, the homeowner said.

In the June incident, Patricia McCloskey said, the couple was startled just before dinnertime when “300 to 500 people” entered the gated community where they live.

"[They said] that they were going to kill us," Patricia McCloskey told Hannity on Monday night. "They were going to come in there. They were going to burn down the house. They were going to be living in our house after I was dead, and they were pointing to different rooms and said, 'That’s going to be my bedroom and that’s going to be the living room and I’m going to be taking a shower in that room’.”"

The couple said protesters also threatened to harm their dog, which was outside the home at the time.

The protesters claimed they were passing the McCloskeys' home while heading toward the home of Mayor Lyda Krewson, to demonstrate there.

Soon after the June incident, Kimberly Gardner, circuit attorney in St. Louis, announced that her office and the St. Louis Police Department would be conducting an investigation into the McCloskeys’ use of firearms.

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  South Africa church: Five killed in hostage situation Five people have been killed and six hospitalized after gunmen took hostages at a church in South Africa on Saturday, police said. © from Twitter/SAPoliceService An image posted to Twitter by South African police shows firearms seized in the operation on Saturday. It was unclear how many hostages were in the church at the time, but all have been freed, according to the South African Police Service. They have arrested 40 suspects in relation to the attack at the International Pentecostal Holiness Church in Zuurbekom, northwest of Pretoria.

With alarming frequency, law-abiding citizens who attempt to defend themselves and their private property with the use of guns are being portrayed as villains, while trespassers, looters and rioters get bailed out of prison. Have the liberals found a backdoor method for trashing the Second Amendment?

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The couple’s attorney, Albert Watkins, said in a statement that the couple did not arm themselves until after they began feeling threatened.

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"My clients didn't sit on their front stoop with guns. ... No firearms were on them at the time that they, were, as property owners standing in front of their home," he said. "It was not until they basically were in a position of seeing and observing violence, recklessness, lawbreaking, and knowing that the police were not going to be doing anything."


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St. Louis prosecutor knocks Trump and Missouri governor for defending couple who waved guns at protesters .
The circuit attorney for St. Louis County ripped President Trump and her state's governor in a Tuesday statement after the two criticized her office's investigation of acouple seen on viral video threatening Black Lives Matter protesters at gunpoint.In a statement released Tuesday, Kimberly Gardner said that the president and Gov. Mike Parson (R) "came after me for doing my job and investigating a case" after the two attacked her in separate interviews."While they continue to play politics with the handling of this matter, spreading misinformation and distorting the truth, I refuse to do so," Gardner said.

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