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St Louis Couple Charged In BLM Riots Pardoned And Their Records Have Been Expunged

The court records of Mark and Patricia McCloskey have been expunged concerning charges they picked up from the 2020 BLM riots. They were pardoned by Missouri Governor Mike Parson (R) back in 2021. Now, the actual court records of their charges have been wiped away. This action was taken harshly by some of the BLM “protesters” who stormed onto the McCloskeys’s property in 2020.

The decision to expunge their records was celebrated by many others who say that the couple should have never been charged for protecting their home with their guns. When they initially pled guilty to a lesser charge before the pardoning, they were required to hand over the guns from the incident. The long rifle and pistol they handed over have still not been returned to them.

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Mark and Patricia McCloskey records expunged after St. Louis couple waved guns at BLM protesters

Judge expunges convictions of couple who waved guns at protesters in St. Louis

Records expunged for St. Louis couple who waved guns at protesters | AP News

Judge expunges Mark McCloskey’s misdemeanor. St. Louis needs to ‘cough up my guns,’ he says.

Gun triggered St. Louis couple hit with criminal charges

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