Missouri Democrat Prosecutor's Conduct Under Review in Greitens Case

Missouri Democrat Prosecutor's Conduct Under Review in Greitens Case

The grand jury then subsequently indicted Greitens on an additional felony computer tampering charge in April 2018.

provided statements about the allegations that precipitated the felony invasion of privacy charges in three interviews available in public documents, one conducted on January 29, 2018, a second conducted on March 7, 2018 by the Missouri House of Representatives Oversight Committee (the Barnes Committee), chaired by State Rep. Jay Barnes, a Republican and a frequent critic of Greitens, and a third conducted on April 6, 2018 in a deposition by Greiten’s attorneys.

On June 29, 2018, just three weeks after Greitens resigned as governor, attorney Gerard Carmody was appointed as a special prosecutor by St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Michael Mullen to investigate the conduct of former FBI agent William Tisaby, who was hired by Gardner in January 2018 to conduct the investigation on which she based her failed prosecution of Greitens.

Pressure on Gardner to release documents related to the Greitens case heated up earlier this month when journalist John Solomon “filed suit Jan. 10 in St. Louis Circuit Court accusing St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly M. Gardner’s office of failing to respond to records requests and to produce documents for months following his July request for ‘contacts between’ Gardner, her staff and multiple key players in the 2018 invasion of privacy investigation of then-Gov.

According to court documents reviewed by Breitbart News, Special Prosecutor Carmody is scheduled to conduct the deposition of Gardner on Friday at 9:30 a.m.

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