This story is focused in STL but it resonates across the state because some right-wing political denizens have decried an alleged double-standard.
Meanwhile . . .
The MAGA argument from the last remaining Greitens supporters that "The Pentaverate" put her up to working against the disgraced former guv and the sex scandal that forced him from office is a bit of a stretch . . . And ultimately caused people to take this ethics case a lot less seriously . . .
Here are the basics from a recent report today . . .
The panel said Gardner broke Missouri professional conduct rules by failing to turn over documents related to an interview with Greitens' alleged victim. She also failed to update court filings she knew to contain incorrect information, they said.
According to the Tuesday filing, the panel took Gardner's unblemished disciplinary history into consideration and called the situation an "isolated" incident.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
(Reuters) - A three-member ethics panel has recommended that top St. Louis prosecutor, Kimberly Gardner, receive a public reprimand after she was found to have violated professional conduct rules during her office's investigation into ex-Missouri governor Eric Greitens. Greitens, a Republican, was charged by Gardner, the Democratic St.