Mark McCloskey

Mark McCloskey, who's running for Senate, recently posted a photo of his wife from that day saying: "Well-armed women like my wife Patty keep families safe!"
A Missouri official asked the state Supreme Court to suspend the law licenses of Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who threatened Black Lives Matter marchers.
Mark McCloskey, who pleaded guilty to pulling a gun on Black Lives Matter protesters, posed with a new AR-15 gun after surrendering his old one.
"I'd do it again any time," the right-wing St. Louis lawyer said of brandishing his firearm at demonstrators.
Mark McCloskey was fined $750 and wife Patricia was fined $2000 for pointing guns at social justice demonstrators last year.
In a campaign ad, Democrat Lucas Kunce is going all-out for an open Senate seat against one opponent, Republican Mark McCloskey.
In an ad, Lucas Kunce called out Republican Mark McCloskey, who notoriously pointed a gun at racial justice protesters walking by his mansion last year.
The attorney and his wife pointed guns last year at racial justice protesters in St. Louis, leading the pair to be lambasted by the left and vaunted by the right.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who have been charged with felony unlawful use of a firearm, say the photographer trespassed.
Mark McCloskey and his wife, Patricia McCloskey, were charged with felony unlawful use of a weapon.