Feb 282018
 February 28, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Court

Oh, this is clever….. a goose/gander approach to seeking a pardon. CBS News reports:

A man convicted of invasion of privacy 19 years ago is asking Gov. Eric Greitens for a pardon, using the same argument that Greitens’ lawyers are using in the effort to dismiss the governor’s own felony indictment. In 1999, Paul Henreid was convicted of invasion of privacy in St. Louis for secretly filming sex partners. Henreid’s attorney, Al Watkins, said Monday that it would be “hypocritical” for Greitens to reject the pardon request.

“What’s good for the governor should be good for the gander,” Watkins said.

Read more on CBS News.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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