January 13, 2018
But this isn’t some run of the mill crooked politician. Missouri’s Eric Greitens is a Jew, which is the layman’s way of saying paranoid schizophrenic criminal bully.
The FBI is investigating him for practicing sexual sado-masochism against a hair dresser, then taking photographs in order to blackmail her.
That’s right, this time the politician is being accused of blackmailing the mistress.
Allegations that Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens threatened a woman with whom he had an affair raise the question of whether the Republican could potentially be in legal jeopardy.
It’s unclear what, if any, evidence exists to back up claims that the young GOP governor sought to blackmail his former hairdresser by threatening to release a photo of her naked and tied up if she disclosed their relationship. Here’s a look at possible legal implications:
Q: IS THERE AN INVESTIGATION?
A: Yes. The St. Louis circuit attorney’s office said Thursday that it had launched a formal investigation to determine if Greitens committed crimes linked to the affair in 2015.
Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner initially said no complaint had been filed against Greitens and that her office had received no evidence. But later, she said an investigation was warranted.
Greitens and his wife released a statement Wednesday after St. Louis television station KMOV reported on the affair. He acknowledged being “unfaithful” in his marriage but denied blackmailing the woman to stay quiet.
Q: IS THE FBI INVESTIGATING?
A: An attorney for the woman’s ex-husband says the attorney was interviewed by the FBI, but he did not say if the ex-husband had also heard from the agency. The FBI, as is its usual practice, declined to confirm whether it has opened an investigation.
The FBI does not need much — sometimes just media reports — to begin poking around, said Jeff Cramer, a former top federal prosecutor in Chicago. Once such an investigation has started, where it goes is often unpredictable.
“There is no elected official in the country who wants the FBI looking at their phone records and bank accounts,” said Cramer, currently a managing director of investigations at Berkeley Research Group “They can be investigated at the beginning for one thing and end up being charged (later on) with another thing entirely.”
Q. WHAT ABOUT BLACKMAIL?
A: The allegations, if true, would appear to fit the definition of blackmail, which involves threatening to reveal something to others that could potentially ruin the reputation of the person targeted or shatter the individual’s relationships. This could include a secret or a compromising photo.
A conviction on a blackmail charge can carry years or even decades behind bars. However, blackmail can be difficult to prove, especially without third-party witnesses, Cramer said.
In Greitens’ case, the woman’s ex-husband alleges that Greitens photographed her and threatened to publicize the revealing image if she spoke about the affair.
“If there are no other witnesses,” Cramer explained, “it becomes a ‘he said, she said.’”
The word of an adulterous whore vs a Jewish politician: that’s he lies/she lies!
What the investigation reveals will be interesting to watch.
It’s astonishing that a Jew is even governor in a deeply religious, majority white state like Missouri. There may not have ever been a Jewish president (a position that is mostly powerless anyway), but Jews are the foxes “guarding” the Heartland just like Jew Jason Chaffetz “represented” Utah’s Mormons in Washington until last June. They live!