Mis­souri gover­nor’s pros­e­cu­tion calls its in­ves­ti­ga­tor ‘flawed’

The Commercial Appeal - - Front Page -

ST. LOUIS – The “egre­gious” mis­take of re­ly­ing on a pri­vate in­ves­ti­ga­tor to help han­dle the crim­i­nal in­dict­ment of Mis­souri Gov. Eric Gre­it­ens should not prompt dis­missal of the case, a top of­fi­cial in the St. Louis pros­e­cu­tor’s of­fice told a judge Mon­day. The com­ments came as a judge con­sid­ered a re­quest from Gre­it­ens’ at­tor­neys to dis­miss a felony in­va­sion-of-pri­vacy charge against the GOP gover­nor be­cause of mis­steps by pros­e­cu­tors.

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