Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has been indicted again on new charges. This time the Governor is charged with suspicion of stealing an electronic list of donors to the pro-veterans charity he founded in order to raise money for his political career, prosecutors say.
USA Today (@USAToday) reports, the new charge against Greitens comes at the tail end of a three-year statute of limitations, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said in a news release.
According to a probable cause statement, Greitens instructed the April 22, 2015, disclosure of a donor list owned by the Mission Continues, a nonprofit Greitens founded, without the charity’s permission.
The charge of computer tampering is the second felony Greitens faces. He was indicted Feb. 22nd in a separate case for allegedly photographing a partially nude woman without her consent and making the image accessible by computer.