"I'd Do It Again": Defiant McCloskeys Accept Plea Deal With No Jail Time After Being Maliciously Charged For Defending Themselves

Chris Menahan
Jun. 17, 2021

Mark and Patricia McCloskey decided to accept what appears to be a decent plea deal in order to move on with their lives and focus on Mark McCloskey's run for Senate.

From Fox 2 Now, "Gun-waving couple pleads guilty to misdemeanors; forfeit guns":
Mark and Patricia McCloskey both plead guilty today for their roles in waving guns at protesters outside their Central West End home last year.

Mark McCloskey pleaded guilty to a Class C misdemeanor of 4th degree assault. He faces faces a $750 fine and no jail time.

Patricia McCloskey pleaded guilty to a Class A misdemeanor of second-degree harassment. She was fined $2,000 and will not face jail time.

They both consent to forfeit their guns to be destroyed.

Last month, a special prosecutor amended the charges against Patricia McCloskey. He filed a new indictment giving jurors the alternative of convicting McCloskey of misdemeanor harassment instead of the weapons charge.
Mark McCloskey addressed the plea deal in a defiant statement on Twitter:

The McCloskeys did nothing wrong!

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