Not really . . .
His sketchy supporters would have a hard time convincing anybody that he's not a repugnant creeper who imploded spectacularly and was never able to get along with his conservative colleagues whilst ignoring the Missouri good old boy network that keeps Jeff City running smoothly and much more fun than any other Midwestern state capital.
Nevertheless . . .
This tidbit is going to make life tougher for his political opponents . . . Check-it:
William Tisaby, 69, was hired by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner to assist in the investigation of allegations that Greitens threatened to release a nude photograph of a woman, taken against her will while she was blindfolded and her hands were bound, if she told anyone of a sexual affair.
Tisaby’s plea to a single misdemeanor count came as he was scheduled for trial on six perjury charges and one evidence tampering charge.
Jury selection was set to begin Thursday, and the trial on Monday.
Tisaby, his family, and his attorneys made the decision to plead, after taking into consideration his current state of health, said his attorney Jermaine Wooten.
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An ex-FBI agent who conducted the criminal investigation of former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens in 2018 pleaded guilty Wednesday to evidence tampering and was sentenced to a year of probation. William Tisaby, 69, was hired by St.
ST LOUIS - The investigator who played a key role in former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' resignation in 2018 pleaded guilty to misdemeanor evidence tampering on Wednesday, a day before jury selection was set to start in his trial on seven felony counts including perjury.
Investigator hired by St. Louis Circuit Attorney to work case against former Governor Greitens accepts plea deal
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - An investigator hired by the St. Louis Circuit Attorney to work the 2018 criminal case against former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has accepted a plea deal. William Don Tisaby was charged with six counts of perjury and one count of tampering with physical evidence.
JEFFERSON CITY - The Missouri House is considering a plan inspired by the behavior of one of the key figures in the events that led to former Gov. Eric Greitens' downfall in 2018. Under legislation sponsored by Rep. David Evans, R-West Plains, a person subpoenaed to testify before the General Assembly could face prosecution for failing to comply with that order.
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