Bombshell: Prosecutor’s Office Tampered With The McCloskey’s Firearms?!

(Tea Party 247) – This week, a disgusting miscarriage of “justice” took place in St. Louis, Missouri when prosecutor Kim Gardner charged two residents for defending their own property with their lawfully-owned firearms.

When violent Black Lives Matter broke into their gated neighborhood and shouted threats outside their home, the McCloskey’s stood on their lawn with their rifle and handgun.

The incident went viral, and, despite Gardner apparently being too busy to prosecute many of the actual criminal cases in St. Louis, she did have the time to make a political example of them.

Now, the Gateway Pundit reveals, the corruption of this case goes beyond simple political posturing.

The prosecution team under the direction of Soros-funded Kim Gardner disassembled the inoperable gun and then put it back together making it operable.

Patricia McCloskey was then charged with flourishing a gun, even though prosecutors knew it was inoperable!

KSDK reported:

The gun Patricia McCloskey waved at protesters was inoperable when it arrived at the St. Louis police crime lab, but a member of St. Louis Prosecuting Attorney Kim Gardner’s staff ordered crime lab experts to find out why and wrote that it was “readily capable of lethal use,” in charging documents filed Monday, 5 On Your Side has learned.

In Missouri, police and prosecutors must prove that a weapon is “readily” capable of lethal use when it used in the type of crime with which the McCloskeys have been charged.

At the request of Assistant Circuit Attorney Chris Hinckley, crime lab staff members field stripped the handgun and found that it had been assembled incorrectly. Specifically, the firing pin spring was put in front of the firing pin, which was backward, and made the gun incapable of firing, according to the documents.

Firearms experts then put the gun back together, per Hinckley’s request, in the correct order and test-fired it, finding that it worked, according to the documents.

Crime lab workers photographed the disassembly and reassembly of the gun, according to the documents.