October 18, 2021

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St. Louis Couple Defend Home After Protesters Enter Their Neighborhood

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St. Louis Couple Defend Home After Protesters Enter Their Neighborhood

A couple in St. Louis warned passing protesters who were on their way to the residence of St Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson not to stop at their house.

In the videos posted to Twitter, the man is seen pointing a rifle at an angry mob while a woman held a pistol while speaking to the passing crowd. Voices can be heard telling people to move on.

The incident happened on Portland Place, which is a private street in St Louis.

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Many on Twitter are claiming the protesters did not trespass, clearly they did.

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1 thought on “St. Louis Couple Defend Home After Protesters Enter Their Neighborhood

  1. Had they fired, they would have been way, way, way outside Missouri stand your ground law. As it stands, from my legally uneducated eye, it appears they are breaking the displaying a deadly weapon in a threatening manner part of their law.

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