A source familiar with the criminal investigation into the corrupt attempt to prosecute MAGA Navy SEAL & Missouri Governor Eric Greitens says the woman who falsely accused him could face felony charges for lying under oath.
Katrina Sneed, the hairdresser that falsely accused Greitens of taking a compromising photo during a consensual extramarital affair, can be seen in newly obtained deposition video giving misleading testimony under oath, admitting to making incomplete statements to a grand jury, and even claiming that she was remembering her accusations through a dream.
After all, charges were dismissed against Greitens, a St. Louis judge ordered an investigation into the failed prosecution of the rising GOP star, which has since been exposed as a political witch hunt.
As a result of that investigation, Soros-funded St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner remains under active criminal investigation. In 2019, William Don Tisaby, an ex-FBI agent and Gardner’s lead investigator in the Greitens case, was charged with six felony counts of perjury and one felony count of evidence tampering for creating a false case against Greitens.
Gardner will now appear before the Missouri Supreme Court for a hearing to determine if she will lose her law license as a result of her misconduct in the failed case against Greitens.
In 2021, Missouri’s chief legal disciplinary officer found that Gardner engaged in 62 acts of misconduct that resulted in 79 false representations to the judge, Greitens’ attorneys, and even her own prosecutors.
Now, it appears the criminal investigation may have widened to include Katrina Sneed, who is believed to have misled attorneys and a grand jury, and whose ex-husband’s attorney admitted to accepting $120,000 in cash—possibly as compensation for false testimony.
In never-before-seen footage, Sneed can be heard admitting to misleading a grand jury by omitting key facts relating to her consensual affair with Greitens.
For example, in testimony to a grand jury, Katrina Sneed left out that she had never actually seen the alleged picture and had never asked to see the alleged picture.
Sneed omitted that on the day that this supposed picture was taken, she returned to Greitens’ home that same afternoon to engage in more consensual sexual activity, and she omitted that she willfully met up with Greitens for several subsequent consignations.
She omitted that she grew so comfortable with Greitens — even after this alleged picture was taken — that she would regularly let herself into Greitens’ home.
Sneed can also be heard admitting that she might only be remembering allegations against Greitens “through a dream.”
Additionally, Katrina Sneed suspiciously testified that she could not remember if Tisaby had taken notes during their hours-long meeting that had taken place just weeks earlier. Significant portions of the felony indictment of Tisaby surround the prosecution’s attempt to conceal notes which proved that the “investigation” into Greitens was in fact a pre-planned hit job.
Sneed—who claims that she can remember intricate details of her affair with Greitens years earlier—conveniently cannot recall if Tisaby or Gardner took a single note during her hours-long interview just a few weeks prior. A videotape hidden by the Soros-funded prosecutor, later revealed that Tisaby had taken over 10 pages of notes as he sat just two to three feet from Katrina Sneed.
The criminal takedown of Greitens is now being investigated by Johnson County Prosecutor Robert Russell, appointed as special prosecutor following the resignation of special prosecutor Gerard Carmody.
In 2020, the Missouri Ethics Commission announced that following a nearly 20-month investigation, they found “no evidence of any wrongdoing on the part of Eric Greitens.”
Greitens is now the heavily favored frontrunner in Missouri’s 2022 race for the U.S. Senate.