Waaa-Waaaaa Case over! The woman accusing Gov. Eric Greitens of taking an incriminating photo of her in the nude, after they had sex, now says that she never saw Greitens with a camera or with a smartphone in his hand, and might even have imagined the taking of the picture in a dream!
“I haven’t talked about it because I don’t know if it’s because I’m remembering it through a dream or I — I’m not sure, but yes, I feel like I saw it after that happened, but I haven’t spoken about it because of that”
“She later re-confirmed, however, that she could not testify under oath that she saw a phone.”
With all of the parallel attacks coming towards Gov. Eric Greitens from members of the dishonest fake news media and corrupt Democrats who are on the hunt to take out another conservative with fake sex-crime accusations, there is no way that Gov. Greitens would ever have a fair trial, but with the new revelations coming from the accuser’s own mouth, there may not even be a need for a trial.
They don’t even have the picture that Gov Greitens supposedly snapped of the woman, which would be simple to retrieve if there actually was one, and it wasn’t just part of a dream.
I’d say it’s Game Over for the prosecution. You lose.
Democrats have proven over and over that they will lie and pay people to accuse conservatives of anything that they think might help them remove the conservative from office, and their favorite mode of attack is through sex crimes. This is no different. Greitens had admitted, early on, that he had an affair with his accuser, but having an affair isn’t a crime, and the Democrats will obviously use anything they can to make their lies seem more plausible.
But since Greitens’ accuser now says that she never saw the governor with a camera or phone in his hands, and might even have imagined the taking of the picture, at the crux of the case, in a dream, there should be no way that this political attack farce from the left of a case should move forward.
In fact, Gov. Greitens should file a lawsuit against the woman for helping corrupt Democrat operatives drag his name through the mud for purely political purposes.
One of the most contentious issues in the State of Missouri’s case against Gov. Eric Greitens has been the whereabouts of an incriminating photo that he is alleged to have taken and disseminated.
A deposition of the woman (K.S.) in question, the woman who accused Greitens of taking a nude photo of her, reveals one new shocking bit of evidence. The woman may have dreamed up the incident at the heart of the criminal case.
The defense team’s April 8 motion to compel immediate production of all exculpatory evidence reports the following exchange.
When the defense counsel asked K.S., “Did you ever see [Greitens] in possession of a camera or phone?” she answered: “Not to my knowledge. I didn’t see him with it.”
The question was then asked, “And as you sit here now, you cannot state under oath that you ever saw him in possession of a camera – with a camera or a phone?”
K.S. replied, “Correct.”
The counsel then asked, “And you can’t say you saw it on his person, you can’t say you saw him put it down in the kitchen, take it from the kitchen, or put it down anywhere in the basement. Those are all correct statements, are they not?”
K.S. answered, “Yes. I cannot say.”
Trying to salvage the state’s case, the Assistant Circuit Attorney later asked K.S., “Did you see what you believed to be a phone?”
Here comes the shocker. K.S. answered, “… I haven’t talked about it because I don’t know if it’s because I’m remembering it through a dream or I – I’m not sure, but yes, I feel like I saw it after that happened, but I haven’t spoken about it because of that.”
K.S. remembered the photo incident “through a dream”? Memories recovered through dreams have led to some of the great injustices in recent jurisprudence. To her credit, K.S. struggled to give honest answers to the questions she was asked, but her honesty has undone the remaining threads of a quickly unraveling case.
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