Prosecutor who had sex with murder detective is now accused of misleading FBI

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A Kentucky prosecutor who came under fire for having a sexual relationship with the lead investigator in a murder case is in the spotlight again.

This time, former Christian County Commonwealth’s Attorney Lynn Pryor, who was disqualified by a judge in 2017 from prosecuting the murder, is accused of presenting “false or misleading” information to a grand jury.

The March 1 report said Pryor also falsely told an FBI agent that an officer couldn’t be charged with perjury because a statute of limitations had expired, even though there is no time limit for charging that crime, a felony.

Pryor, who lost her re-election bid in November and then worked for 15 days in the Kentucky attorney general’s office before resigning in January, is now an assistant commonwealth’s attorney in Fayette County.


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