Mark McCloskey: I Did What I Needed To Do To Protect My Family and Property

‘When I saw that mob coming through the gate with their rage and their anger, I thought that we would be overrun in a second’

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MCCLOSKEY: “Tucker, you have to understand that my houses right on the edge of the road called kings highway and my private place is Portland place. My wife and I were preparing to have dinner more than 70 feet from the gate. By the time we saw them March was coming down kings highway and getting louder we looked over the gate and there were no police there. I look over at my wife and I see all these people outside of the gate, then the gate bursts open. People start coming in. Then a flood of people start coming in and they are angry and screaming, they have spittle coming out of their mouth and they are coming toward the house. On June 2nd of this year, the protests in downtown St. Louis with violent instantly. The looting and violence at writing, I watched on live TV the 7-eleven and it fully advance the building. And I set a goal we are absolutely alone. That was the same night that retired police captain David Durham was murdered. When I saw that mob coming through the gate with their rage and their anger, I thought that we would be overrun in a second. By the time I was out there with my rifle, the people were 20 or 30 feet from my front wall. I have a low wall that separates the house from my front yard.”

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