Once he was arrested, Greer refused to answer questions from party attorneys who were defending it against his suit. In court pleadings, he said he couldn’t without causing problems for himself in the criminal case.

So Greer allegedly created a front company to steal from party money, and now wants the severance package he negotiated before the indictment. It remains unresolved, however, when and what other RPOF members knew about the alleged front company, Victory Strategies.

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