Gov. Greitens charged with felony in charity donor list controversy

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A St. Louis judge is considering a request to disqualify St. Louis prosecutors from one of the two felony cases against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens.

Gardner's office began investigating after KMOV-TV in St. Louis first reported on the affair on January 10, the day Greitens was giving his annual State of the State speech.

"St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner reviewed the evidence turned over to her by my office and determined that there is probable cause to file criminal charges against the Governor", Attorney General Josh Hawley said in a statement. It also adds to a minefield of problems for a defiant governor struggling to save his job and political future.

According to the Circuit Attorney's Office, Gardner charged Greitens regarding two counts of tampering with computer data: modifying or destroying, disclosing or accessing for an incident that took place on around about April 22, 2015.

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At a press conference earlier this week, Hawley claimed that Greitens, a former Navy SEAL, illegally took a list of top donors to his military veterans charity, The Mission Continues, transferred the names and contacts to his political campaign, and used them to raise almost $2 million for his gubernatorial race. Before leaving the organization in 2014 to run for governor, Greitens allegedly stole a list of the charity's top donors and transferred the information to his campaign donor list in order to raise almost $2 million for his gubernatorial race.

A judge is expected to consider a request to disqualify St. Louis prosecutors from one of the two felony cases against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens.

The Missouri Republican Party is in turmoil, again, after Gov. Eric Greitens was slapped with a second felony charge - opening the door for Democrats to hold a key Senate seat.

"I will not be resigning the Governor's office", Greitens tweeted on Tuesday. The statute of limitations for such charges is three years.

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The listed included more than 500 names, email address, and phone numbers of those who donated $1,000 and more to the charity founded by Greitens.

In addition to the video tape being presented to the defense, Martin argued that Tisaby lied under oath when he said he did not take notes during the interview with the former mistress of Greitens in a March 19 deposition at Carnahan Courthouse. Though he was given no instruction on what to do with the money, Watkins said "there's no doubt" it was related to the Greitens case.

The Post-Dispatch reported in February that Krystal Taylor, one of Greitens' employees at The Greitens Group, emailed the donor list to two of Greitens' campaign staffers, Danny Laub and Michael Hafner, on January 6, 2015. "The Court should not aid or abet this gambit", a Monday court filing said.

The Missions Continues states that they "did not provide, nor authorize the use of, our donor's information to any persons or groups for political/campaign purposes". GOP officials in the state are panicking over the fiasco surrounding Gov. Eric Greitens. Republican Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard announced that he's even planning discussions with Democratic leadership about keeping pieces of legislation passed by both chambers off the governor's desk.

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