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Ready for the punchline? <br><br>”In a court filing dated Sunday, Greitens’ attorneys say the woman testified she never saw Greitens with a camera or phone on the day he is accused of taking a partially nude photo of her while she was blindfolded and bound.<br><br>The court filing says the woman also testified during her Friday deposition that she doesn’t know if her belief that he had a phone was the result of a dream.<br><br>“… I haven’t talked about it because I don’t know if it’s because I’m remembering it through a dream or I – I’m not sure, but yes, I feel like I saw it after that happened, but I haven’t spoken about it because of that.” She later re-confirmed, however, that she could not testify under oath that she saw a phone.<br><br>The court filing says the woman also revealed that she had sent partially nude images of herself to Greitens in June 2015 _ three months after the encounter for which Greitens is charged.”

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Ready for the punchline?

"In a court filing dated Sunday, Greitens’ attorneys say the woman testified she never saw Greitens with a camera or phone on the day he is accused of taking a partially nude photo of her while she was blindfolded and bound.

The court filing says the woman also testified during her Friday deposition that she doesn’t know if her belief that he had a phone was the result of a dream.

“… I haven’t talked about it because I don’t know if it’s because I’m remembering it through a dream or I – I’m not sure, but yes, I feel like I saw it after that happened, but I haven’t spoken about it because of that.” She later re-confirmed, however, that she could not testify under oath that she saw a phone.

The court filing says the woman also revealed that she had sent partially nude images of herself to Greitens in June 2015 _ three months after the encounter for which Greitens is charged."

‘Remembering it through a dream’ – Greitens’ attorneys cast doubt on woman’s recollections

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. Attorneys defending Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens against an invasion-of-privacy charge are raising doubts about the testimony of a woman with whom he had an affair. In a court filing dated Sunday, Greitens' attorneys say the woman testified she never saw Greitens with a camera or....


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24

Apr

“After a former lead investigator of Greitens’ invasion of privacy case, William Don Tisaby, failed to show for a deposition Monday, defense lawyers said either the case should be dismissed or Tisaby’s lies under oath should be grounds to disqualify St. Louis prosecutors from a separate felony case filed against Greitens last week.<br><br>They also quoted St. Louis Circuit Judge Rex Burlison saying, in a lawyers-only hearing in his office April 12, that Tisaby may have committed criminal perjury. Burlison also cautioned Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner in the meeting that her statements were under oath, and she had the right to an attorney after defense allegations that she allowed Tisaby to lie, a court filing says.” <br><br>Kim Gardner was warned by the judge SHE might need an attorney.

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
"After a former lead investigator of Greitens’ invasion of privacy case, William Don Tisaby, failed to show for a deposition Monday, defense lawyers said either the case should be dismissed or Tisaby’s lies under oath should be grounds to disqualify St. Louis prosecutors from a separate felony case filed against Greitens last week.

They also quoted St. Louis Circuit Judge Rex Burlison saying, in a lawyers-only hearing in his office April 12, that Tisaby may have committed criminal perjury. Burlison also cautioned Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner in the meeting that her statements were under oath, and she had the right to an attorney after defense allegations that she allowed Tisaby to lie, a court filing says."

Kim Gardner was warned by the judge SHE might need an attorney.

Possible perjury cited by Greitens' lawyers, who want prosecutors disqualified

Multiple accusations and motions come up in busy day of court hearings.


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24

Apr

This attorney,<br><br>”The attorney for the ex-husband of the woman who had an affair with Missouri Governor Eric Greitens now claims he, the attorney, received two $50,000 cash payments.<br><br>According to Al Watkins, the attorney representing the ex-husband, the payments took place on the day News 4 interviewed the ex-husband for our story and the following day.<br><br>Supporters of the governor have been questioning the motivations of the ex-husband to tell the story of the affair, and to share the secret recording he made of her back in 2015 detailing the affair.<br><br>Watkins claims he does not know who the money came from and says the payments were dropped off at his office by courier service. “<br><br>Al Watkins also represented Kim Gardner’s lead investigator who was investigated by the Feds for bigamy and is currently facing allegations of perjury.<br><br>Not making this up.

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This attorney,

"The attorney for the ex-husband of the woman who had an affair with Missouri Governor Eric Greitens now claims he, the attorney, received two $50,000 cash payments.

According to Al Watkins, the attorney representing the ex-husband, the payments took place on the day News 4 interviewed the ex-husband for our story and the following day.

Supporters of the governor have been questioning the motivations of the ex-husband to tell the story of the affair, and to share the secret recording he made of her back in 2015 detailing the affair.

Watkins claims he does not know who the money came from and says the payments were dropped off at his office by courier service. "

Al Watkins also represented Kim Gardner's lead investigator who was investigated by the Feds for bigamy and is currently facing allegations of perjury.

Not making this up.

Judge orders investigator to show up Thursday to redo deposition

An investigator who interviewed several witnesses in Gov. Eric Greitens' invasion of privacy case will have to show up to be re-deposed on Thursday. A


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