A couple draws their firearms on protestors as they enter their neighborhood during a protest against St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson, in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. June 28, 2020, in this picture grab obtained from a social media video.
Patricia is a member of the Missouri Bar Association ethics-review panel and Mark is now representing a black man who was kicked by a St. Louis police officer while trying to surrender in April 2019.
Both are personal-injury lawyers.
The street is private property and clearly labeled as such with signs saying, "No Trespassing" and "Private Street", CNN reported.
St. Louis, Missouri, United States: An armed homeowner stands in her front lawn along Portland Place confronting protesters as they march to Mayor Lyda Krewson's house on Sunday, June 28, 2020, in the Central West End.
"There are no public sidewalks or public streets".
"I was terrified that we'd be murdered within seconds, our house would be burned down, our pets would be killed".
The couple faced a lot of criticism on the internet for brandishing the weapons, and St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said her office is investigating the incident.
He added, "We were all alone facing an angry mob".
"As a leader, you don't do stuff like that.it's only right that we visit her at her home", said State Rep. Rasheen Aldridge, D-St.
Ms Krewson apologised and took the video down.
The White House said Mr Trump had not heard the slogan. "To the contrary, they were expecting and supportive of the message of the protesters".
The Princeton decision is part of a sweeping reassessment of historical icons and monikers amid growing calls for racial justice following the killing of Black Americans, including George Floyd, whose death under the knee of a white police officer roused world protests.