In January of 2018, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner hired an investigator named William Don Tisaby to investigate an invasion of privacy case against Eric Greitens, the governor of Missouri at the time. Greitens was subsequently forced to resign, despite the dismissal of charges against him. Now, according to channel KMOV4, Tisaby has plead “guilty to one count of tampering with physical evidence, a class A misdemeanor.” In light of Tisaby’s admission of guilt, reports Missouri’s Fox2, “The Missouri Bar Ethics Department filed a massive complaint against St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, accusing her of professional misconduct.” According to an attorney interviewed by Fox2, in the complaint against her, Gardner “is accused of allowing Tisaby, her lead investigator, to commit perjury and that she took no steps to correct the record once she was made aware of his actions.” In response to the charges and complaints, Paul Craig Roberts writes at Institute for Political Economy (abridged):
Kimberly Gardner, a black American Democrat circuit attorney in St Louis hired a black American FBI agent to help her frame white American Republican Missouri governor on false charges.
Gardner’s scheme blew up in her face.
This corrupt George Soros-backed Democrat prosecutor faces disciplinary hearings and loss of law license.
She would face worse but she is protected by Soros and the corrupt Democrat establishment in St. Louis.
The black American FBI agent, William Don Tisaby, has pled guilty to tampering with evidence rather than to risk trial on seven counts.
Paul Craig Roberts: Former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury and former associate editor of the Wall Street Journal, has been reporting shocking cases of prosecutorial abuse for two decades. A new edition of his book, The Tyranny of Good Intentions, co-authored with Lawrence Stratton, a documented account of how americans lost the protection of law, has been released by Random House.
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