Representative Jay Barnes, the man in charge of leading the investigative committee looking into allegations against Governor Eric Greitens gave a brief press conference today. [Wednesday]
Barnes reports the committee has met 5 times and has interviewed a number of witnesses, but cannot and will not reveal who they are. He said there are additional witnesses that still need to be question in relation to the governor’s indictment of felony invasion of privacy.
Barnes said they are on track to release a report on their findings within 40 days.
Greitens is charged with invasion of privacy after allegedly taking a nude photo of his mistress without her consent.