After using a firearm in justified self-defense, even if you don’t shoot it, you may be facing significant legal troubles (and large associated financial costs).
The McCloskey case remains an important legal precedent as private property owners increasingly find themselves without police protection in the face of violence.
According to 5 On Your Side, Assistant Circuit Attorney Chris Hinckley directed crime lab staff to take apart Patricia McCloskey’s firearm. They then discovered it was put together incorrectly, making it incapable of operation.
Rioters are not the victims we need to protect here. But St. Louis’s DA and ‘The View’ cohosts think the couple 300 agitators terrified on their own front lawn are the problem.
Police reportedly executed a search warrant against the St. Louis couple who defended their home against mobs in June, seizing one of their guns.
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