FORMER INVESTIGATOR IN GREITENS CASE, INDICTED - ACCUSED OF PERJURY AND EVIDENCE TAMPERING
ST. LOUIS – Former investigator in the 2018 Invasion of Privacy investigation into former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, has been indicted on seven felony charges; indictments for perjury and tampering with evidence. Within the indictments unsealed on Monday, June 17th, 2019, Don Tisaby is accused of concealing several documents from defense attorneys and lying under oath during his deposition “about matters that could substantially affect, or did substantially affect, the course or outcome of the Greitens case.” Also within the indictment, several accusations toward St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner are made alleging that Gardner knew about the false statements that Tisaby made and failed to correct the record. According to a Missouri Supreme Court Rule, lawyers must correct any statement or deposition if it is uncovered that they are false. Circuit Judge Rex Burlison, released Tisaby on his own recognizance on Monday.
To view the indictment of Mr. Tisaby in its entirety, click on the following link: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/6155222-Tisaby-Indictment.html
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