FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 25, 2018
HAS GOVERNOR’S CHIEF OF STAFF, TREY WALKER, BEEN GIVEN IMMUNITY TO TESTIFY IN CRIMINAL PROBE?
Trey Walker has had Evidence Related to Every Single Criminal Act during this Investigation
Columbia, S.C. – Governor Henry McMaster’s Chief of Staff, once again, has been called to testify during the latest criminal trial of former Republican Representative Jim Harrison.
SCDP Chairman, Trav Robertson stated:
“Trey Walker is the common denominator in every investigation. He was called to testify before the state grand jury. He just testified in the Harrison corruption trial. The Governor’s Chief of Staff seems to have first-hand knowledge of criminal activity. This begs the question: Was Trey Walker given immunity – because of his knowledge of criminal acts – to cooperate with the prosecutors. How has the person who kept Rick Quinn connected to the Attorney General’s office and the Governor’s office, the person who made sure that Rick Quinn was always being paid, and the person who was Rick Quinn’s most important acolyte avoided being indicted? Was Trey Walker on Richard Quinn & Associates payroll when he worked at the Attorney General’s Office, Lieutenant Governor’s office, the Governor’s office, or at the University of South Carolina?
“It’s time for Henry McMaster to explain his Chief of Staff’s role in the state’s largest criminal corruption probe. Most importantly, why is he still working for the Governor? Did Trey Walker make a deal with the special prosecutor to avoid prosecution? How is it that the Governor continues to employ somebody who is the common denominator of the state’s largest criminal corruption probe?”