A situation in Saint Louis on Sunday in which a couple guarded their home with firearms is quickly becoming the most cussed and discussed event on the internet, with opinions widely divided on the legality. Unfortunately, most involved in the discussion have little interest in finding out what Missouri state law actually says about armed self-defense.
When an unruly crowd broke open a gate into the couple’s private neighborhood, ostensibly to find Mayor Lyda Krewson’s house and call for her resignation, the couple, which owns a St. Louis law firm, reportedly called police to report the intrusion. As yelling trespassers by the dozen streamed through the gate, which was marked with a sign that read “Private Property, No Trespassing,” the couple armed themselves and stood in front of their home.
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