Forced by judge to surrender rifle, McCloskey has a new one
ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis lawyer and U.S. Senate candidate Mark McCloskey may have been forced to give up his old semi-automatic rifle, but now, he has a new one.
McCloskey on Saturday posted a photo of himself on Twitter posing with an AR-15 at a gun store.
McCloskey and his wife, Patricia, earned national attention last June when they waved guns at racial injustice protesters who ventured near their St. Louis mansion.
Both were indicted on felony weapons charges.
They pleaded guilty to misdemeanors in a plea agreement last week, and a judge ordered the destruction of the two weapons.
Mark McCloskey announced in May he will run for Senate next year.
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