Eric Greitens, governor, investigation, Jackson County, Jean Peters Baker, missouri, resignation, special prosecutor
Jean Peters Baker has also been appointed as a special prosecutor in one of the criminal cases involving Eric Greitens.
A press release this evening:
JCPAO Press Releases
Posted on: May 29, 2018
Media Advisory: Statement issued by Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker on Greitens case
For Immediate Release
May 29, 2018
From Jean Peters Baker, Jackson County Prosecutor:
In an earlier statement, I said that my office will not comment about the case involving Governor Greitens or its review until our Office’s work had been completed. Given today’s events, however, we believe that a brief statement is needed.
In short, our investigation continues. In the interest of pursing justice to its fullest lengths, we will continue until our work on the case is completed.
Specifically regarding any deals we made with Governor Greitens’ attorneys, no deals were made by my office. Our review of this case, as I have stated before, will be pursued without fear or favor.
My office will not make any further comments on this case.
It’s not over.
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