Missouri governor pardons couple who pointed guns at Black Lives Matter demonstrators

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The governor of Missouri announced on Tuesday, 3 August, he had pardoned a St. Louis-area couple who went viral after pointing guns toward Black Lives Matter protestors on their way to a protest last summer.   ((Laurie Skrivan/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP, File))
The governor of Missouri announced on Tuesday, 3 August, he had pardoned a St. Louis-area couple who went viral after pointing guns toward Black Lives Matter protestors on their way to a protest last summer. ((Laurie Skrivan/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP, File))

The governor of Missouri has pardoned a couple who were famously photographed pointing guns from the front of their luxury home at a group of passing Black Lives Matter protestors last summer.

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On Tuesday, governor Mike Parson, a Republican, announced the pardon of Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who pled guilty, respectively, to misdemeanor assault and harassment in June.

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