BREAKING: Prosecution makes big change in case against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens

MAY 14, 2018

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ST. LOUIS — Prosecutors have dropped an invasion-of-privacy charge against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens but said they will still pursue a case against him for allegedly taking a revealing picture of a woman with whom he has confirmed having an affair. Assistant St. Louis Circuit Attorney Ronald Sullivan made the surprise announcement Monday in court after the third day of jury selection in Greitens’ trial.

Greitens reacted not long after the decision saying it was “a great victory that has been a long time to come.” He made a brief statement outside the courthouse Monday denouncing the “false charges” and apologizing “for the pain” that his actions caused.

The article goes on to state the following:

“This experience has also been humbling, and I’ve emerged from it a changed man,” he added. “I believe that in all of our lives, we have to deal with pain, and that if we deal with it in the right way, we can learn wisdom.”

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