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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed an amicus brief asking the prosecution to drop charges against couple Mark and Patricia McCloskey for arming themselves to protect their home against protesters who broke into the private St. Louis community.

The gun-related charges were filed Monday by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, following the June 28 incident that has attracted national attention.

The McCloskeys were inside their home when demonstrators who were marching to the St. Louis mayor’s home breached the gate of their private community.

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Original Source: By Christine Dolan Just The News

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