The couple that came out of their St. Louis mansion wielding guns and telling protesters to leave their property Sunday night are lawyers representing a victim of police brutality.You can’t make this stuff up. Hunchbacks can’t see their own hunch.
Reminds me of the Democrat Minneapolis City Council who dismantled the police department but hired their own security force at taxpayers’ expense.
DC: Mark and Patricia McCloskey — a husband-wife attorney team at McCloskey Law Center — specialize in brain injury, spinal injury and catastrophic injury cases. Mark McCloskey is representing Isaiah Forman, a black man who alleges he was unjustly kicked by Officer David Maas in a 2019 incident, The Associated Press reported.
“I’m glad that the law enforcement agencies are subject to the same standard as everybody else,” Mark McCloskey said after Maas was indicted on federal charges in March, according to the AP.
Police released dashcam footage of the incident in 2019 that appeared to show Maas kicking Forman, who is on the ground, in the head. Police charged Forman with second-degree assault for crashing into a police cruiser in a St. Louis suburb, according to CBS affiliate KMOV-TV.
“There could be some existing circumstance that would explain [the police officer’s] behavior, but I would be hard pressed to think of one,” University of Missouri-St. Louis Criminology Professor David Klinger told KMOV-TV when asked about the 2019 incident.
Video of the McCloskeys, armed with a rifle and a handgun, defending their St. Louis mansion during a protest Sunday night has racked up millions of views. Protesters appeared to veer onto the McCloskeys’ private street during a demonstration.
This is an actual tweet. Oh my. https://t.co/7DO3pLrltY
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) June 29, 2020
A St. Louis couple is being doxed and threatened on Twitter after making it clear they were willing to defend their home as “protesters” came by.
The couple stood armed outside their beautiful home as the mob marched by shouting.
The mob also threatened to take the woman’s gun for daring to protect her home and family.
In livestreamed footage of the incident, you can clearly see protesters enter a gate into the private neighborhood.
In this livestream footage you can clearly see the STL black lives matter mob entered through the gate to a private community. This was not a public sidewalk. https://t.co/NeKHgTBWEu pic.twitter.com/UdYq3pGtlb
— Cassandra Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) June 29, 2020
After a video of them defending their property was posted to Twitter, people began calling for their names, address, and businesses to posted online — which they were.
“Someone identify these people. I don’t know the area. Get an address. I’ll help,” a Twitter user named Kyle Rezac-Dennis tweeted. “Sue them, ruin their businesses, help their employees sabotage their capital, call their kids, call their family members, call their country club— use capitalism for the weapon it’s designed to be.”
Within minutes, the couple’s names, businesses and address were posted to the platform.