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Soros Backed Prosecutor Ordered To Hand Over Concealed Documents


Reckless liberal prosecutors are nothing new to any of our readers—the Rittenhouse trial was a showcase of this.

St. Louis prosecutor Kimberly Gardner, an alleged Soros backed figure, was reportedly responsible for numerous acts of prosecutorial misconduct in her case against the former governor of Missouri Eric Greitens.

Greitens was brought up on charges relating to compromising photos he took of his then mistress in 2018, but the prosecution efforts led by Gardner were botched due to miscalculation and misconduct.

According to the latest reports, Gardner has been ordered to turn over concealed record to Just The News.

Could it be that Gardner’s behavior is not so unique and that prosecutorial misconduct is now a defining feature of progressive liberals?

Take a look and let us know what you think in the comments section:

Just The News tells us:

The Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, ruled Tuesday that St. Louis’ top prosecutor must hand over records concerning her bungled prosecution of former Gov. Eric Greitens to Just the News CEO and Editor in Chief John Solomon, who filed an open-records request for the documents.


A report from 2018 written by Elizabeth Zwirz of Fox News provides some background context:

According to Gardner’s news release, the grand jury “found probable cause” that Greitens broke a state law.

The indictment said Greitens allegedly took a photo of a person – who was identified only by initials – “in a state of full or partial nudity” without their knowledge or consent and “in a place where a person would have a reasonable expectation of privacy,” according to the Post-Dispatch.

It adds that Greitens allegedly “transmitted the image contained in the photograph in a manner that allowed access to that image via a computer,” which is a felony, according to Gardner’s release.

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