House committee continues Greitens investigation after release of report

The House committee investigating Governor Greitens scheduled a closed hearing for Tuesday morning. (FILE)

The legislative committee investigating Gov. Eric Greitens planned to hold another meeting Tuesday, according to the Missouri House of Representative's hearing schedule.

The closed door meeting was scheduled nearly a week after the Special Investigative Committee on Government Oversight released its initial report after hearing weeks of testimony concerning allegations of invasion of privacy against the governor.

Notably absent from the roster of those interviewed by the committee is Gov. Greitens himself. The committee had said it would take testimony from Greitens.

Greitens was expected to go to trial May 14 after a St. Louis grand jury indicted him on one count of felony invasion of privacy.

Committee members said they would continue their investigation through the end of the legislative session on May 18.

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