The fight over the political fate of Guv Greitens is far from finished and for now we're featuring a slew of newsies pretending to know what happens next.
The takeaway from this scandal is fun because it not only erodes public faith in prosecutors but also reveals deep divisions within the Republican Party that were blamed on some faraway Euro-boogeyman but really have more to do with the "Good ol' boy" network that runs Missouri for corporations.
Check our link lineup that's more informative that talking heads talking ethics in between press releases disguised as news:
The Beat Goes On
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens no longer faces a felony charge stemming from an extramarital affair, but a legislative panel signaled Tuesday that it's pushing forward with its own expanded investigation into a variety of allegations against the Republican governor.
Kansas City Dead-Tree Moralizing
The latest twist in Gov. Eric Greitens' scandals has left Missourians reeling, trying to sort out who has done what, to whom, when and how. Many of the facts remain in dispute - the dismissal of the invasion of privacy charge doesn't change that.
Tough Talk Against STL
Attorneys for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens are pushing for a police investigation into the prosecutor's office for alleged misconduct during her handling the governor's felony invasion of privacy case, The Associated Press reported on Tuesday. St.
Latest Misdeed Inquiry
The committee investigating Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens released two emails this morning, one that suggests he might have tried to hide some campaign donations. However, Greitens' use of outside groups to not identify some donors has been known publicly for at least two years. He previously had defended the practice as necessary to protect donors.
Hint: More Court Battles
ST. LOUIS - Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens declared victory as prosecutors abruptly dropped a felony invasion-of-privacy charge alleging he had taken a revealing photo of a woman with whom he has acknowledged having an affair. The St. Louis circuit attorney's office said it still plans to pursue the case, either through a special prosecutor or an appointed assistant.
Reax To Empty Threat
An attorney for an investigator under fire in the now-dismissed criminal case against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens says his client is being used as a "scapegoat." Attorney Jermaine Wooten said Tuesday that private investigator William Tisaby did nothing wrong. Greitens' lawyers claim the St.
Round Deuce Coming Soon???
On Monday afternoon, prosecutors in the invasion of privacy case against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens suddenly dropped it. It was the latest in a series of wild developments surrounding Greitens, a Republican who is charged with blackmailing a woman with whom he had an affair. (Greitens admits the affair but denies any legal wrongdoing.)
Developing . . .