Los Angeles attorney apologizes for her husband who used a pistol to drive uninvited BLM activists off his private property
Not an unprecedented case of disagreeing with the Black Lives Matter community's principles by pointing guns towards activists happened to the Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey family. Her husband, David Lacey, trying to drive off the crowd of strangers, armed with a pistol, shouted “Get off of my porch. I will shoot you!”
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has filed charges against 66-year-old David Lacey, according to official records. The incident itself took place in March, but only now, when the BLM movement has gained influence and the ability to put pressure on officials and the law enforcement system, the prosecutor's office took up the case.
The case got underway, just days before the election for the post of the district attorney, Jackie Lacey is taking part in the race for the post.
A similar story happened to a family of lawyers from St. Louis. Law enforcement agencies confiscated weapons from a married couple who, standing on their own lawn, aimed at BLM activists. It is worth mentioning that in the St. Louis story, several dozen protesters illegally invaded the private property, breaking down the gates.
A second identical incident happened yesterday when local residents defended the neighborhood where the Seattle police chief lives. Several armed men blocked the road and also targeted BLM and Antifa activists who were trying to stage a rally outside the Police Chief Carmen Best house.