Rowdy Protestors Return to Armed St. Louis Couple’s Home Threatening ‘Justice’

PJMedia: Hundreds of chanting protestors returned to a wealthy St. Louis couple’s home, threatening, “If we don’t get no justice, then they don’t get no peace.”

It’s a little wordy and the grammar is off, but chanters gotta chant.

Here’s a clip:

The St. Louis couple — Mark and Patricia McCloskey — are successful defense attorneys living in Central West End’s posh Portland Place neighborhood. They originally gained notoriety last week after brandishing firearms at rioters who literally gate-crashed their gated community.

Protestors (if that’s the right word) returned to the scene of the break-in, or nearly so, on Friday evening.

Only this time, instead of violently breaking into a private residential street, protestors marched along Kingshighway, a major north-south thoroughfare (but not actually a highway) passing right by the St. Louis couple’s mansion.

“Chanting protesters on Friday stopped at the gate just outside the McCloskeys’ home for about 15 minutes,” according to the Associated Press. MORE

30 Comments on Rowdy Protestors Return to Armed St. Louis Couple’s Home Threatening ‘Justice’

  1. As long as they stay on public property, they can yell all they want.

    Whining children just continuing to whine. They received lots of media attention, which they love, but they can’t admit they were wrong. Stupid never learns, but stupid isn’t about to face armed resistance again.

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  2. They aren’t “protestors” . They are a threat to the community and no doubt, a good percentage of them were armed. This kind of intimidation will end badly when the first shot gets fired. It looks like it’s time for good people to step up and create an overwhelming show of force with the McCloskey’s.

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  3. This is what people faced in communist countries like China (Mao’s Red Guard) and Cambodia (Pol Pot’s young killers) – not to mention the Nazi Brownshirts.

    Mob ciolence needs to be met with overwhelming counter-force.

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  4. “…a spokesman for the McCloskey’s stated that they were away at the time of the commotion…”

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  5. “Kill” is the only thing comes to mind.

    For your sake, change my mind.

    18 U.S. Code § 2381. Treason
    Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

    U.S. Code Title 18: Death,[8] or not less than 5 years’ imprisonment and not more than life imprisonment without the possibility of parole (minimum fine of $10,000, if not sentenced to death). Any person convicted of treason against the United States will lose the right to hold public office in the United States

    18 U.S. Code § 2383. Rebellion or insurrection
    Whoever incites, sets on foot, assists, or engages in any rebellion or insurrection against the authority of the United States or the laws thereof, or gives aid or comfort thereto, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

    There is more, cocksuckers,

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  6. Forget about the legality of it — how is any of this right?

    “Justice”? Really? What the hell do these people want from this couple? This is so stupid! A mob out looking for someone to hang?!

    Hey mobsters, you’re acting like all those bad cops you hate so much. At least get the right house next time.

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  7. Well, this is not right, however, the McCloskey are Libs. Did they vote for the very officials that are now trying to prosecute them now? I’ll lay you odds they did. Ain’t it a bitch when shit comes home to roost.

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  8. A license is required for so much these days. Why not a license for protesting? To ensure THE PEACE that all the talking heads claim? Like when running in a marathon you have a number on your person. Why wouldn’t the upstanding members of our society appreciate wearing THEIR name and address on their shirts? The penalty for not providing accurate information? Why should protesters enjoy their privacy?

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  9. @Jimmy – I’m speechless. That was hands down the most inspiring, goose bump inducing version of “God Bless the USA” that I have ever heard.

    Plat it loud and play it proud!!

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  10. Stirrin – BFH linked it several days ago! You must have missed it. (I liked it, too, but then, I really dig choirs!)

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  11. I hope they have sufficient video and audio surveillance the events that occur on their property, just in case who fired the first shot ever comes up in court.

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  12. The owners need to borrow a manure slurry sprayer from a hog farm. A good time will be had by all. Bet the miscreants’ folks won’t let the punks back in the house.

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  13. So If you protect your home from RIOTERS, ARSONISTS and LOOTERS. The B(Marxist)LM and ANTI-FArt using the facade of seeking Socialist Justice will declare you a Racist and create a Target Rich Environment.

  14. I’m not a maggot protester in St. Louis, but I pray for MERCY – NOT JUSTICE!

    If the maggots travel a few hundred miles south and west, they may get JUSTICE – and I guar-an-fukkin-tee they won’t like it.

    izlamo delenda est …

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