Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey added additional evidence to his lawsuit on Tuesday to remove St. Louis circuit attorney Kim Gardner because she “knowingly and willfully failed to do her duties as a prosecutor in many ways,” Bailey’s office said in a press release.
Gardner is the local DA elected with money from George Soros who prosecuted Saint Louis homeowners instead of the Black Lives Matter mob of some 300 rioters who threatened them, filed a blatantly political prosecution of former Missouri Republican governor Eric Greitens, and allowed criminals to walk free, resulting in a high school volleyball player losing her legs after a released criminal plowed into her with a car.
Bailey’s suit alleges Gardner’s failure to properly execute the duties of her office is so bad she must be removed from office. Bailey grounds the lawsuit’s argument in the circuit attorney’s constitutional duty. Per the Missouri Revised Statutes, those duties include “to manage and conduct all criminal cases, business and proceedings of which the circuit court of the city of St. Louis shall have jurisdiction.”
The new charges in the case result from the state attorney general’s office reviewing some 30,000 documents and interviewing new witnesses, that office says. The new…
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