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Greitens' Attorney Confident Invasion of Privacy Case Will Not Be Refiled

May 31, 2018 - 8:44 am

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Gov. Eric Greitens' attorney Jim Martin was pleased with the deal made with Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s office to drop the computer tampering charges against the governor. 

Martin was asked what made the wind shift, and what brought Greitens to resign?

“This was a personal decision, but as far as the specifics, you’ll need to ask him,” he says.  

Martin predicts that the special prosecutor in Kansas City will not refile the invasion of privacy charge, because no photograph has ever been found.

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“At this point, we don’t have any agreement with Ms. Baker out in Kansas City, and we are hopeful, if not fully confident, that the facts will lead to the correct conclusion,” he says.