In a decisive blow to the prosecution's case, all charges against former Michigan Governor Rick Snyder in the Flint water crisis have been formally dismissed. This follows a recent ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court finding the use of a one-judge grand jury to bring charges against Snyder and eight others to be improper.
Judge William Crawford, citing the Supreme Court's decision, signed an order dismissing the remaining misdemeanor charge of wilful neglect of duty against Snyder. Additionally, the court directed authorities to destroy records related to Snyder's initial processing by police, including his booking photo. . .