The criminal trial of ex-FBI agent William Don Tisaby is set to begin on March 28 in St. Louis
An ex-FBI agent hired by Soros-funded prosecutor Kimberly Gardner to investigate then-Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has been indicted on six felony charges of perjury and one felony charge of evidence tamping.
The criminal trial of ex-FBI agent William Don Tisaby is set to begin on March 28 in St. Louis.
In 2018, Gardner brought a false criminal case against Greitens that was ultimately dismissed after Greitens' accuser admitted under oath that she might be remembering the allegations against Greitens, "through a dream."
Last week, a Missouri judge ordered St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner to turn over records relating to Gardner’s false case against former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, including Gardner’s private communications with George Soros and his associates and Missouri political insiders.
The records ordered to be turned over are to include Gardner and her staff’s communications with liberal billionaire George Soros and his associates; Scott Faughn, a convicted felon and political blogger who delivered $120,000 in cash payments to a witness in the case; Al Watkins; Katrina Sneed; Phil Sneed; Democratic State Rep. Stacy Newman; Republican State Rep. Jay Barnes; and several insiders of Missouri’s corrupt low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program.
Greitens ended the LIHTC program after finding rampant fraud and abuse of Missouri tax dollars. Since being driven from office, the LIHTC program in Missouri has been fully restarted by Greitens’ successor— who has taken excessive contributions from the LIHTC industry.
This comes as Gardner faces a disciplinary hearing on February 28 following an investigation that found Gardner to have committed 68 acts of misconduct that resulted in 72 misrepresentations to the judge, jury, defense attorneys, and even Gardner’s own assistant prosecutors.