Former Missouri governor gets probation for illegal political donations
ST. LOUIS (MCT) — Former Missouri Gov. Roger Wilson was sentenced in federal court Monday to two years of probation and fined $5,000 for misusing money from a state-created company to make political donations.
His co-defendant, lawyer Edward Griesedieck III, received one year of probation and the same fine. Together, they were ordered to repay a $5,000 donation that had been hidden in a legal bill to Missouri Employers Mutual Co., a workers’ compensation insurance company, for which Wilson was chief executive. They were also ordered to perform 100 hours of community service.
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