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Governor's office pays attorneys $340K in Greitens case

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The Missouri governor's office has so far paid $340,000 to private attorneys working on a case involving former Gov. Eric Greitens.

The attorneys are working on litigation related to Greitens' alleged use of self-destructing text message app Confide in official government business.

Kelli Jones, Gov. Mike Parson's communications director, said the current administration "inherited this case."

Additionally, the attorney general’s office has paid $26,000 related to the case.

Read more from The Kansas City Star.


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