Soros-Backed Attorney Admits To Wrongdoing In Greitens Case

Soros-Backed Prosecutor Kim Gardner was accused of bribing a witness to lie under oath about former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens.

Soros-Backed Prosecutor Kim Gardner was accused of bribing a witness to lie under oath about former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens.

From The Gateway Pundit:

Newly obtained evidence indicates the woman who made false allegations against former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was bribed to willfully lie under oath and engaged in extensive perjury in an effort to oust the rising Republican star from office, according to a police source with knowledge of an investigation into the circuit attorney’s misconduct.


Following the secret meeting, Gardner charged Greitens with felony invasion of privacy in February 2018 for allegedly taking nude a photograph of Sneed without her consent and threatening to use the photo for blackmail. Greitens denied the allegations and Gardner never produced any evidence.


When questioned under oath to corroborate the charges, Sneed admitted she was reluctant to testify because she might have been remembering her accusations, the heart of the criminal case, “through a dream.”

She also lied under oath surrounding whether notes had been given to the defense attorneys for Eric Greitens.


5 On Your Side’s news partners at the St. Louis Business Journal reported on a 73-page document Missouri’s Chief Disciplinary Counsel Alan Pratzel filed against Gardner, accusing her of making false statements in open court about what had been given to Greitens’ defense attorneys. She did not give them notes she took during the same interview with Greitens’ mistress, and failed “to take reasonable remedial measures” when she knew Tisaby falsely said during a deposition that he didn’t receive Gardner’s notes.


The Journal also reported Gardner’s attorney, Michael Downey, said her office did not have an obligation to disclose her notes because they, “constituted her mental impressions and were attorney opinion work product, and thus protected from discovery,” and, her office didn’t know she had the notes until a special prosecutor investigating Tisaby, Gerard Carmody, found them during, “a wholly unprecedented seizure of every possible relevant electronically stored document from Ms. Gardner’s office.”

Now, we have this.

Gardner has admitted to wrongdoing in the case.

From Just The News:

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner on Monday admitted to wrongdoing before a state legal board in a case she prosecuted against former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens and will accept a reprimand, according to news reports

More from KMOV:

Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner appeared before the Missouri Office of Disciplinary Counsel at 9 a.m. in a St. Louis County courthouse for claims of prosecutorial misconduct. She was accused in a 73-page report of failing to disclose evidence to Greitens’ lawyers, misrepresenting evidence, and other ethical violations. Gardner hired William Tisaby as a private investigator for the case. Tisaby, who has since pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for tampering with evidence in the case, interviewed a woman at the center of the Greitens case. Greitens was accused of knowingly taking a photograph of a woman in a “state of full or partial nudity without the knowledge and consent”.

Both sides agreed to reprimand but disciplinary actions will be up to the Missouri Supreme Court.

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