McCloskey of St. Louis

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The McCloskey attorney couple of St. Louis have taught me, this food-delivery professional, something. Portland Place is a private street, but it looks public, and UPS, DHL, and Fedex enter freely to deliver to the residents, and other delivery pros like me had no reason to stop and insist on leaving the food at the edge of the private street. I know from experience that getting food delivered to a location that requires hungry people to go outside pisses them off, but the ambiguity of the St. Louis private streets leaves no clear alternative. The McCloskey couple greeted a crowd of people entering their private, Portland Place. The McCloskey’s brandished deadly weapons in a threatening manner, and the McCloskey’s now face criminal charges. The residents of Portland Place own the street, and McCloskey’s have the right to defend their property, so many people are predicting the criminal charge against the McCloskey’s will be dropped. McCloskey makes a counter claim that no charges were filed against the angry mob. The crowd was mostly black BLM protesters, and other BLM protests have turned violent, but judges care about the moment, and at the moment there was no evidence of criminal actions by the protesters aside from trespassing. Dear kind readers: The circumstances, cell phone vids, and the timing of the McCloskey RNC speech makes today the day to give this story some time. Please, I’m begging; I’ll do anything, por favor: ONE: check the broken gate claim TWO: google map car to the edges of the private street THREE: read or watch media on the St. Louis history of private streets FOUR: listen to the McCloskey’s at the RNC. Sincerely, Tom Doody. »» about me 302-990-2346

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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