Newly obtained evidence indicates the woman who made false allegations against former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was bribed to willfully lie under oath and engaged in extensive perjury in an effort to oust the rising Republican star from office, according to a police source with knowledge of an investigation into the circuit attorney’s misconduct.
Katrina “Kitty” Sneed, testified under oath that she secretly met with St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, a George Soros funded prosecutor, in a hotel room in January and February of 2018.
Following the secret meeting, Gardner charged Greitens with felony invasion of privacy in February 2018 for allegedly taking nude a photograph of Sneed without her consent and threatening to use the photo for blackmail. Greitens denied the allegations and Gardner never produced any evidence.
Sneed, a 37-year old hairdresser, claimed during the deposition that the meeting with Gardner prompted her to come forward with a series of allegations against the then-Missouri Governor.
When questioned under oath to corroborate the charges, Sneed admitted she was reluctant to testify because she might have been remembering her accusations, the heart of the criminal case, “through a dream.”
When subsequently deposed, Sneed claimed she had never seen the photograph Greitens allegedly had taken of her and that at the time she also saw no phone or camera to take the photograph.
During Greitens’ felony invasion of privacy trial in May 2018, a forensic examiner extracted data from Greitens’ cellphone and email account. The examination revealed no photograph of Sneed was ever taken or deleted by Greitens.
Gardner withdrew her indictment of Greitens when the judge ordered that Gardner herself would have to testify in the case.
Now, damning evidence has surfaced allegedly proving Sneed repeatedly perjured herself in her bid to frame the former governor and Navy Seal.
While leveling baseless charges against Greitens, Sneed repeatedly lied under oath to corroborate her allegations. She claimed no one else had ever taken nude images of her, she claimed that she never had an extramarital affair with anyone other than with Greitens, and she insisted that she “could not recall” details of the prosecution’s alleged misconduct. Each of these claims is now being investigated.
Sneed and her ex-husband Phil Sneed regularly engaged in sending graphic sexual images of themselves to their friends and associates, Special Prosecutor Gerard Carmody’s investigation into Gardner’s prosecutorial misconduct has revealed.
The forensic evaluation of Sneed’s devices reveals she and her ex-husband repeatedly sent text messages accompanied by X-rated photographs, a police source with knowledge of the special prosecutor’s investigation told The Gateway Pundit. The messages indicate that the images are of Phil and Katrina Sneed engaged in graphic sexual activity.
The officer, who asked that his name be withheld for security reasons, told The Gateway Pundit the special prosecutor uncovered further evidence on Sneed’s devices proving she has engaged in other extramarital affairs.
Additionally, evidence is mounting that Sneed conspired with Gardner to conceal prosecutorial misconduct.
In the course of pursuing charges against Greitens, Gardner hired former FBI agent William Tisaby to interview Sneed. In March 2018, Tisaby falsely claimed during a sworn deposition that he did not take notes during his nearly 2-hour interview with Sneed, that he asked Sneed no questions, and that the video he recorded of Sneed during the interview malfunctioned.
Under oath, Katrina Sneed affirmed that she believed Tisaby’s videotape malfunctioned, claimed she could not remember whether Tisaby took notes, that she could not remember if she discussed the subject of notes with Kim Gardner, and she supported Tisaby’s false assertion that he asked no questions during the interview.
William Tisaby has been charged with seven felonies for perjury and evidence tampering in the Greitens case. Tisaby’s trial is slated to begin June 26, while Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner remains under active criminal investigation for her allegedly illegal efforts to oust the Republican Governor.
Special Prosecutor Gerard Carmody’s office did not return The Gateway Pundit’s repeated requests for comment. Messages left for Katrina Sneed and her attorney Scott Simpson were not returned.
The associates of Phil and Katrina Sneed, who received the graphic sexual images sent by the couple, declined to comment on how frequently the Sneeds sent such images.
Sneed also allegedly profited from her lies against Greitens.
Scott Faughn, a convicted felon, publisher of The Missouri Times, and associate of former Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson, admittedly delivered $120,000 in cash to Philip Sneed’s attorney, Albert Watkins, a cash delivery Watkins corroborated in testimony before the Missouri House Committee.
A portion of the $120,000 was used to benefit Katrina Sneed, sources with knowledge of Carmody’s investigation, who are not authorized to publicly discuss the case, told the Gateway Pundit.
In October 2018, Watkins plead guilty to violating court orders in the Greitens case.
After a 20-month investigation, the Missouri Ethics Commission in Feb. 2020 “found no evidence of any wrongdoing by Eric Greitens” and the governor who was forced to resign amid unsubstantiated allegations was fully exonerated.
Greitens is currently serving in the Navy Reserve. Earlier this month, he filed to run for office in Missouri in 2024.
“It feels great now that the truth has come out,” he told The Gateway Pundit. “ I’m glad to have been exonerated. The future is very bright and I’m very optimistic and really hopeful.
“One of the things that you learn going through SEAL team training is that great hardship can actually produce great strength. And while this was painful, it certainly led to a lot of wisdom. While there was a lot of suffering it also led to a lot of strength. I am incredibly thankful for the prayers and support of so many people who stood with me through all of this.”
After Greitens gained national prominence in law enforcement circles for “defeating Antifa,” Gardner, whose campaign received 70 percent of its funding from progressive billionaire George Soros, began targeting Greitens.
“It’s clear that a Soros prosecutor and establishment insiders were desperate to overturn the 2016 election and this is just one more alleged example of the kind of perjury, evidence tampering and lies that they engaged in. We knew that national liberals and insiders were coming after us,” he said. “Now it’s good that the whole world is beginning to see the truth.
“The best thing that I can do and the best thing that conservatives and outsiders can do is to continue to fight, continue to serve, continue to make a difference. Soros, prosecutors like Kim Gardner who he funds, and the establishment – they will be relentless and continue to attack us. No matter the damage that they do – no matter the difficulties that they put in front of us – we have to find ways to continue to fight.”
As violence marked by arson, looting, murder, and the shooting of multiple police officers has overtaken Missouri following the death of George Floyd, interest in Greitens’ story has peaked and lawmakers across the country have reached out to him for guidance on how to restore order in the districts.
In 2017, after Jason Stockley, a white police officer, was found innocent in the death of Anthony Lamar Smith, an African American man, Antifa radicals and anti-police activists descended on Missouri from around the country. Greitens successfully kept the peace through strong support for law enforcement and the facilitation of peaceful protests.
Conversely, Mike Parson, the Lieutenant Governor who replaced Greitens, has delegated major public safety decisions and taken a hands-off approach to violence and arson.
As a result, rioters have burned down dozens of businesses in Missouri, four St. Louis Police officers were shot, and a retired St. Louis Police Officer protecting a business was killed. Tisaby’s trial is slated to begin Friday.