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Threatened the protesters with weapons: Now, couples investigated

A middle-aged married couple threatened on Sunday a bunch of Black Lives Matter-protesters with a pistol and a semi-automatic rifle in the city of St. Louis, as the demonstrators marched past the couple's home.

Now are the incident and the couple - who have been identified as lawyers Mark McCloskey and Patricia McCloskey - investigated. It informs the chief prosecutor, Kimberly Gardner, on the social media Twitter, writes the New York Post.

'I am concerned about the events that happened in the weekend, where peaceful protesters were met with weapons and violent attacks. We must protect the right to peacefully demonstrate, and any attempt to put a damper on the scene through intimidation or threats of physical violence will not be accepted,' writes hovedanklageren.

'We are working at present with the public and the police to investigate the incidents. Make no mistake: We will not tolerate the use of violence against those who use their constitutional right to assembly, and we will do everything in our power to hold people accountable,' she continues.

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the Couple is working to the everyday lives as lawyers. Here is the master Mark McCloskey. Photo credit: Lawrence Bryant/Ritzau Scanpix

The several hundred protesters laid way past the matrimonial house, as they were on the way to the city borgmesters home to demand that she resigns his office.

Here they were met by Patricia McCloskey and Mark McCloskey, who bore respectively, a gun and a semi-automatic rifle. The pair cried out to the demonstrators and pointed several times their weapons against them, and sometimes also inadvertently against each other.

McCloskey-the pair notified, according to several media outlets, including Buzzfeed News, the incident to the police. Here described, that the group of protesters broke into the site, which was bordered by a wall with a jernlåge.

'When they came through the door, advised the reviewers group to leave the private area. The group began to shout insults and threats to the two reviewers,' reads the police report, which is prepared on the basis of the matrimonial report.

'When the reviewers saw that several people were armed, armed themselves, and contacted the police. The investigation is still in progress,' says also.

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the Demonstration was one of many, which is held in the aftermath of he George Floyd's death as well as a number of other cases of police brutality and killings of black americans. Photo credit: Lawrence Bryant/Ritzau Scanpix

the Demonstration was due to the fact that St. Louis's mayor, Lyda Krewson, Friday in a live Facebook-consignment identified a number of citizens who had written letters to the mayor, in which they asked her to withdraw the funding of the city police.

the Mayor revealed during the live consignment also, a number of citizens ' private addresses.

the Calls come in the wake of the Black Lives Matter demonstrations that have unfolded since he George Floyd's death in police custody 25. may.

Lyda Krewson has later apologized for the incident, but refused to resign as mayor.

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