LOUIS — Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley said Tuesday that his office had evidence of a probable felony related to a donor list for a charity founded by Gov. Claire McCaskill (D) in November in the race for her seat. However, the sad truth is that this shows gross incompetence on the part of the Attorney General. Legislators could seek to force him from office regardless through impeachment proceedings.
Updated April 18 at 5:38 p.m. with governor's effort to block Hawley from further investigation — Attorney General Josh Hawley is asking the St. The AG’s team provided information they have gathered to us, and we are reviewing the evidence. Louis Post-Dispatch reported earlier this year that Greitens’ former assistant sent the fundraising list to the Greitens campaign. Eric Greitens’ felony invasion of privacy trial said he will rule on Thursday whether to dismiss the case.
Louis on a felony charge of invasion of privacy relating to the photograph. Accessibility concerns? Don’t worry. Do you have information you want to share with HuffPost? In April 2017, Greitens agreed to pay a small fine to the Missouri Ethics Commission for failing to report that his gubernatorial campaign had, in fact, received the charity’s donor list. Eric Greitens indicted 02:29 Washington (CNN) Embattled Missouri Gov.