Discussion: Ex-FBI Agent Who Investigated Greitens Indicted For Evidence Tampering, Perjury

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For sure this proves Trump is innocent of obstruction and collusion.


The FBI is really having a hard time living up to the old Quinn-Martin, Efrem Zimbalist Jr. mythology these days. When Trump isn’t trashing them on Twitter, they’re busy tripping over their own dicks with guys like Tisaby and Strozk.


So what did the investigator LIE about? Which evidence did he tamper with? Otherwise, Greitens STILL looks like a low life cheating scumbag…


The rehabilitation of Greitens’ image is in full swing. The building narrative isn’t easy to miss: Greitens didn’t do anything wrong. It was a partisan takedown with evidence made up by Gardner and Tisaby. Expect Greitens to be making his return to public soon with a run for office to follow. Greitens was supposed to be the GOP’s new golden boy; they aren’t going to give that up without a fight.


Information without context.

And here are a few temperatures from across the nation:

65, 72, 87, 91 and 85.


To clarify, it’s sunny, raining, and mostly cloudy.


Clearly, with the rise in temperatures but a fall at the end, you’re talking about a high-pressure storm system moving across, likely Westerly-to-Easterly, with rains and heavy winds leaving cooler temperatures in its wake.

Analysis without context!


GOP trolls love false equivalencies like this one.

Tisaby has been indicted for possible crimes.

Strozk has not been indicted for anything.

schmed is tripping…


You want context with your rising…temperature???


He’s guilty of it all. This FBI agent got caught lying to make sure Greitens was punished for what he did do, not to get him accused of something he didn’t do. If true, the agent did a very stupid and very illegal thing. However, even if it is true, it does not exonerate Greitens of being a thieving, lying POS.

For a little context, Greitens admitted that the state had ample evidence to convict and agreed to step down WITHOUT PUBLIC COMMENT TO THE CONTRARY in return for having that admission sealed. He then stepped down and publicly claimed that he was a victim of a witch hunt. The state responded by unsealing his admission. Fucking idiot.


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Information without context.

And here are a few temperatures from across the nation:
[/quote]Proving that weather changes both ways.


If you want to get away with this kind of misogyny and abuse of women you should do the right thing and run for President.


Did the lying help the prosecution or Grietens?


This reminds me, so what happened t the photo used for the blackmail?

The Basement Tapes?

BRIDGEPORT - Conspiracy theorist and InfoWars host Alex Jones sent child pornography to the lawyers for the families of the Sandy Hook tragedy, their lawyers said.

The law firm representing the families of the 2012 mass shooting, stated in court documents filed Monday they have contacted the FBI after discovering child porn in electronic files Jones recently turned over to the Sandy Hook families as a result of their lawsuit against him for calling the tragedy a hoax.


Even Missouri Republicans don’t want to see a Greitens resurrection. The current governor, Mike Parsons, rose to his position from the Lt. Governor’s chair. Parsons, when he realized he couldn’t beat Greitens in a primary, dropped into the #2 slot and cruised to victory.

Greitens was uncontrollable by MO Republicans as his campaign war chest came from out of state donors who were kept out of the spotlight by laundering money through political organizations that are not required to reveal their donors. The out-of-state donors thought they were greasing the skids for his eventual arrival on the national stage. Greitens was once a Democrat, and became a Republican when he filed his election paperwork. He called the Republican dominated General Assembly a bunch of crooks and said he was going to clean up Jeff City.

He put out feelers last year for a return to MO politics, but found little support from the Show Me State. I think he is still residing in St. Louis, but not surprisingly is keeping a low profile.


Oh, those were just crisis child porn actors.


Every single MO Dem (and quite a few Repubs) were flabbergasted that he could avoid charges simply by stepping down. Apparently, the way to commit a crime in the US is to get elected (or become a judge, as in Trump’s sister’s case) before committing the crime. If you get caught, you offer to step down in return for the charges being dropped.

Nice work, if you can get it.


From the linked St Louis Dispatch, he lied about the existence of notes taken during a witness interview, about the existence of preparatory documents for the interview, and that he had discussed the interview with the prosecutor ahead of time. You can still have a dirty investigation and also a dirty politician. Reminds me of the failed Ted Stevens prosecution in Alaska.