Mark McCloskey, St. Louis lawyer who defended home from BLM, says potential license suspension ‘insane’

Mark McCloskey, St. Louis lawyer who defended home from BLM, says potential license suspension ‘insane'

Mark McCloskey calls Missouri Bar Association ‘totally insane’ for possible law license suspension Mark McCloskey and his wife Patricia could have their law licenses suspended after the couple was shown waiving their guns at Black Lives Matter protestors on their St. Louis property in the summer of 2020. “What we did was we stood out there and defended ourselves, exercising our Second Amendment rights. Nobody got shot. Not a shot got fired,” Mark McCloskey told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo Wednesday. The practicing attorneys pleaded guilty in connection with the incident involving BLM protestors and were pardoned by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson in July. “Everybody from the president of the United States , Donald Trump, our governor, Mike Parson, our Attorney General, Eric Schmidt, not to mention the hundreds of thousands of ordinary citizens, all said that not only didn’t we do anything wrong, they were proud of us,” McCloskey said. BLACK LIVES MATTER CHAPTER TO PROTEST IN SUPPORT OF TEXAS TOURISTS ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING NYC HOSTESS Despite the praise the St. Louis couple received, Missouri’s Supreme Court Chief Disciplinary Officer Alan Pratzel filed a motion to have Mark and Patricia McCloskey’s licenses suspended, arguing the couple’s crimes showed “indifference to public safety” and “moral turpitude.” The embattled lawyer continues to defend their behavior, telling Bartiromo that the chief disciplinary officer’s efforts to suspend their license is from a “totally upside-down world.” “I mean, to say that we engaged in moral turpitude when all we did was defend ourselves is […]

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