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>> And a jury of my peers.>> Missouri Governor Eric Greitens already facing an invasion of privacy trial next month in connection with an extramarital affair was charged separately on Friday with felony computer tampering tied to his political fundraising. The new case was brought by the same St. Louis prosecutor and stems from Greitens' alleged theft of a donor list from the military veterans charity he created and ran for several years.
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The charges allege he stole the list from the charity, The Mission Continues, without permission to use for his gubernatorial campaign.>> This is not a witch hunt.>> The Republican governor was already undermining pressure from Missouri politicians of both parties to resign since the sex scandal broke earlier this year in which he was accused of taking a compromising photo of a woman he was having an affair with without her consent and then threatening to blackmail her with it.
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Greitens called the latest case part of a smear campaign and has vowed to remain in office as he fights to prove his innocence.>> This is a political witch hunt.