Monday, April 16, 2018

Show-Me Missouri Guv Greitens Testimony???


Meanwhile, paid consultants and hacks will be attempting to spin the case and turn the Guv into a victim of an admitted adultery tabloid scandal that he created for himself. Read more:

Eric Greitens, the Fifth Amendment and impeachment

CLOSE You may as well accept it now: Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens will never testify under oath in court. Why? He cannot keep his story straight and it will not stand up to cross-examination under oath. Greitens will at trial invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.


Anonymous said...

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner must resign immediately. At a hearing last week, allegations arose that Gardner suborned purjury and deliberately withheld exculpatory evidence in the bogus prosecution of Governor Eric Greitens. All of this comes after continuing allegations that Circuit Attorney Gardner has abused her position. She has allegedly used her office as a mini-inquisition: a punitive, partisan, and personal war against Governor Greitens. Rather than use St. Louis City Police to investigate the case and inform her decision to charge Greitens, she hired an out of state, disgraced former FBI agent (whose career ended amid allegations of perjury).

Anonymous said...

According to attorney sources, Even if the St. Louis Circuit Court refuses to sanction Gardner, she could still face suit by Greitens once his criminal case is over. Notably, prosecutors do not enjoy immunity from civil suit when they manufacture evidence and maliciously prosecute a defendant. Gardner’s outrageous and disgraceful abuse of the judicial system is absolutely unacceptable. She must resign immediately or be removed from her office.

The question of perjury stems from the deposition of William Tisaby, CEO of Enterra, LLC. Gardner chose not to have the St. Louis Police Department investigate the allegations against the Governor and hired Enterra. Tisaby, a former FBI agent, saw his career with the FBI end when it was determined that he had committed perjury.

Tisaby was deposed by the defense, in Gardner’s presence, on March 19. Tisaby testified that there was a taped interview with K.S., that occurred on January 29, but that the video recorder malfunctioned.

Within days of the defense filing a motion to require the prosecution to turn over the video recorder that allegedly malfunctioned, the prosecution discovered that the video existed, except there was no audio for about the first twenty minutes. According to Gardner, she first learned that the tape was working on April 9, when depositions were in progress, and knowing that the Committee report was scheduled to be released in 48 hours. Gardner said, she did not review the video until Tuesday.

Later in the hearing, when Gardner rose to “clarify” that “the tape did not work.” Judge Burlison, in an extraordinary act, interrupted Gardner, an officer of the court, and said: “Ms. Gardner, I’m going to make sure that you understand on the record that I am going to take everything that is said here as a sworn statement. Do you understand that?” Judge Burlison appears to have serious doubts about Gardner’s credibility.

Anonymous said...

he video was turned over to the defense on Wednesday about hour after the Committee report was released. When Judge Rex Burlison asked about the delay, Chief Trial Attorney, Robert Dierker responded, “I confess I can’t answer that, your Honor.”

According to the defense, the video proves that there were additional perjured statements by Tisaby.

Tisaby testified that he did not take notes during the interview with K.S. The video, however, clearly shows Tisaby taking notes – 11 pages of notes. Even more troubling is that Tisaby wrote his notes on Gardner’s notes that she had taken in an interview of K.S. on January 24. The prosecution previously denied both sets of notes existed. Tisaby testified that he had not read the transcript of the audio recording, K.S.’ now ex-husband, P.S. secretly made of K.S. confessing the affair. Yet, there is Tisaby with the transcript of the audio recording. Tisaby testified that he did not ask K.S. any questions. The video shows Tisaby asking K.S. questions, including questions that were provided to him by Gardner.

The defense was previously provided a memorandum allegedly prepared by Tisaby of his interview with K.S. The memorandum however is largely plagiarized from Gardner’s notes from her interview of K.S. on January 24. Statements Tisaby claims were made in the interview do not appear in the video. For example, K.S. supposedly said that the Governor made her completely undress and change clothes while she was shaking and nervous. That statement comes from Gardner’s notes. The video shows K.S. made no such statement. K.S. admitted on the tape that she used FaceTime with the Governor and appeared, at least, partially nude. However, Gardner and Tisaby made it appear that the Governor was trying to coax K.S. to FaceTime him nude and she refused. The defense says, that the video destroys the credibility of both K.S. and the prosecution.

In a subsequent deposition with the defense, K.S. (and her Attorney Scott Simpson) endorsed the false statement that the video recorder malfunctioned during K.S.’ January 29 interview. K.S. was uncertain whether Tisaby took notes during the interview. K.S. further testified that Tisaby’s interview was more of a narrative, but, according to the defense, the video contradicts that statement.

Judge Burlison said, he will not rule on the motion this weekend. Attorneys are due back in court Monday morning, April 16th.

chuck said...

I don't have much of a dog in this fight or do I care, but I think maybe Gov Duct Tape might be harder to get out of office than Nancy Pelosi.

Anonymous said...

It seems there is concern about Greitens team:

Quoted from USA Today:

As for Greitens' lawyer calling the attorney of a potential witness and making a request, "we would never, never do that," Wampler said. "That's pushing the envelope. That's going on the line there, if that's true.

No judge in America is throwing the case out on a technicality. It would be wrong.The backlash would unbelievable.

He should be impeached by then anyway.

chuck said...


Maybe, but it is interesting to see the usual Progressive, legal maneuvers employed in this conflict.

Suppression of "Brady Material".

Suborning Perjury.

Witness intimidation.

Boilerplate Mueller, Weissman Fed tactics.

(See, "License To Lie", a brilliant book, by a lady named Sydney Powell, who exposes, from her experience in trial, against these corrupt predators, the abject malfeasance of the Feds when they really "want' you, kinda like they really "want" Trump.)

Anonymous said...

^^^Too long, written by a moron, did not read

Anonymous said...

Hurry and look at his Twitter!
People calling him names... vicious...
And he is your Governor Missouri... too bad you can’t impeach him sooner.

Anonymous said...

More investigations coming.
Even if the judge throws out the picture case... that was the least of his worries.
This guy is bad news and has no idea what investigators are going to come up with next.
Haven’t bought a paper in years, but they have to be selling like Greitencakes...errrr...Hot cakes

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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