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Judge disqualifies Circuit Attorney from case involving St. Louis gun-waving couple

A judge has disqualified St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s office from prosecuting Mark and Patricia McCloskey’s case. The judge said that evidence in Gardner’s emails infringed on the McCloskey’s right to a fair trial. It is unclear whether this means that the case will be dropped.

The couple faces felony charges for unlawful use of weapons and tampering with physical evidence. They have pled not guilty.

The McCloskey’s confronted protestors with their guns this summer. The demonstrators were walking past their Central West End mansion. They were on a private street and on their way to St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson’s home.

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