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Citing statutes of limitation that had or were about to pass, insufficient evidence on a short timeline and potentially missing evidence, Baker said she could not prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. After declining to file charges against Eric Greitens, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker read a statement Friday from attorney Scott Simpson on behalf of the woman at the center of the Greitens case.
She said that during the course of the investigation her team discovered that 31,000 files had disappeared from Greitens' phone between an April review conducted by his legal team and a forensic examination in May ordered by a St. Jim Martin, an attorney representing Greitens, said he agreed with her decision that there was not enough evidence against his client.