BREAKING: Soros-Funded Prosecutor Faces Discipline For Investigation That Ended With 7 Felony Charges

In 2018, Missouri Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner — one of the many prosecutors backed by billionaire left-wing activist George Soros — opened an investigation into then-Gov. Eric Greitens, a Republican, over an invasion of privacy case.

While the case forced Greitens to resign, charges were dropped, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Greitens is making a political comeback, running for Missouri’s open Senate seat. Meanwhile, one of the members of Gardner’s investigation is facing trial on seven felony counts due to his actions during the probe. Gardner, the prosecutor for the city of St. Louis, is also facing a disciplinary hearing for ethics violations she allegedly committed in the course of the Greitens investigation.

According to The Associated Press, William Tisaby, an ex-FBI private investigator hired by Gardner, will face a March trial on six counts of perjury and one count of evidence tampering, a judge announced Friday.

“Tisaby, 69, was indicted in 2019 on six counts of perjury and one count of evidence tampering,” the AP reported.

“The indictment accuses him of lying during a deposition in preparation for Greitens’ trial and concealing notes taken during an interview with the former governor’s accuser.”

The accuser claimed that Greitens took a compromising photo of her during an extramarital affair in 2015.

She alleged that Greitens threatened to release it if she revealed the affair.

While charges were dropped in May 2018, the damage was done and Greitens resigned the next month.

However, the rogue nature of the probe began to emerge slowly.

The case was dismissed, according to the Post-Dispatch, after Greitens attorneys got permission to call Gardner to the stand.

Gardner was the only one in the room when Tisaby questioned Greitens’ accuser and also conducted a solo interview with her. Defense attorneys accused Tisaby of putting “words in the mouth” of various witnesses.

In addition, he supposedly withheld information that would have helped Greitens case. While he gave a sworn statement that he never took notes during the interviews, video footage showed him taking notes.

So, now Tisaby will be going on trial on March 28, with Gardner facing a disciplinary hearing on April 11 for professional misconduct.

That misconduct includes, according to the Post-Dispatch, “concealing details about the Greitens investigation from her own team regarding notes taken during interviews with witnesses, failing to disclose evidence to Greitens’ lawyers and misrepresenting evidence to the court, defense lawyers and ethics investigators.”

Greitens, meanwhile, leads the GOP primary field for the open Senate seat — and he took time earlier this week to remind people exactly who took him down when he was governor.

As for Gardner, the Heritage Foundation noted in a report last April that this is far from the only problem with her tenure, which has seen the end of cash bail and non-violent offenders put back on the streets as soon as possible.

As a result, her reforms led St. Louis to have its highest per-capita murder rate in over a half-century in 2020. Yet, her office was prosecuting fewer cases.

And who backed her candidacy, you may ask?

“Like many other rogue prosecutors around the country, she was swept into office by winning her 2016 election with a wave of money from George Soros and tech billionaire-funded entities, who again contributed heavily to help her win reelection in 2020,” the Heritage Foundation reported.

George Soros might not mind the crime wave. The misconduct allegation and the seven felony counts against Gardner and Tisaby, respectively, might have him sweating.