Louisiana Inspector General Stephen Street, Jr.
UPDATE (3/22/18): Entailing the hearing referenced in the video below entailing whether the evidence gathered by Inspector General Street’s Office entailing Nate Cain may be suppressed, on March 22, 2018, the Court issued this ruling indicating that the matter was being taken under advisement. No doubt Street was disappointed that the ruling wasn’t made directly on the bench on March 20, 2018 that the evidence would not be suppressed, and his anxiety is likely high that the evidence may in fact all be suppressed, causing his case to collapse just as it did for Corey delaHoussaye.
The long-awaited follow up to Sound Off Louisiana’s refresher on Corey delaHoussaye is now complete:
Burns demonstrates Street’s puppet status to any Governor and dispels any notion whatsoever that Street has any independence.
Supporting Documents and Article Links:
Advocate article in which Greg Phares, former Inspector General investigator states, “The law is not clear. The statute is contradictory.”
Documents for Federal court hearing on whether Inspector General’s evidence will be suppressed:
LA R. S. 49:220.23(D)(1) which specifies, Street’s contention in the above video notwithstanding, that he CAN be removed from office by a sitting Governor merely with a majority of the House and Senate concurring with his action.
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