Bruce Greenstein used as chess pawn in Attorney General Caldwell’s CNSI defense (4th in 5-part installment on Louisiana AG’s Office).










Louisiana Attorney General James D. “Buddy” Caldwell


Sound Off Louisiana founder Robert Burns exposes Louisiana Attorney General James D. “Buddy” Caldwell’s office’s operations in this fourth segment of a 5-part installment on Caldwell:    

Burns Sounds Off on Buddy Caldwell using Bruce Greenstein
as a chess pawn (in a criminal trial against Greenstein) as part
of a desperate strategy to build a defense for the CNSI civil trial.

 CLICK HERE for Advocate article in which David Caldwell
says, “we didn’t do anything wrong,” entailing witness and
evidence tampering (see 4th to last paragraph of article).  An
interesting unsolicited comment by Caldwell:
We are not trying to rig a civil case.”

CLICK HERE for Bruce Greenstein grand jury testimony
filed into the public record by Caldwell’s office.


CLICK HERE for Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal’s
ruling confirming the illegality of Caldwell’s office filing
Greenstein’s grand jury testimony into the public record.

 CLICK HERE for Advocate article in which David Caldwell
continues to assert, “we did everything right,” entailing filing
Greenstein’s grand jury testimony into the public
record (see 11th paragraph).

CLICK HERE for a WWL (New Orleans television station)
investigative report which substantiates that David Caldwell’s father,
AG James D. “Buddy” Caldwell, practices what Caldwell states
to Greenstein in grand jury proceedings is the “atmosphere
of corruption” which permeates Louisiana politics.

CLICK HERE for a WAFB (Baton Rouge CBS affiliate) investigative
report regarding Caldwell’s office having quietly obtained cell phone
tracking equipment and having sent three employees to Florida to
be trained in use of the equipment.

CLICK HERE for Advocate article focusing on an August 25, 2015
hearing in Judge Daniel’s courtroom in which Greenstein’s
attorney, John McLindon, seeks to toss Greenstein’s
indictment in its entirety based on the simple argument
that no perjury exists and further assessing that, “there is no
practical justification for going to trial.”

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