On Tuesday, June 16, 2015, Corey delaHoussaye, a federal whistleblower for massive fraud pertaining to Livingston Parish cleanup operations after hurricane Gustav made landfall on September 1, 2008, sat down for an exclusive interview with Sound Off Louisiana during which he outlined in explicit detail Livingston Parish governmental corruption and the nightmare he and his family’s life became after he blew the whistle on that mass corruption and fraud. Viewers will find his story fascinating, and for those wanting even more supporting detail, feel free to read the accompanying articles linked at the bottom of this page to obtain far more specificity on the fraudulent dealings and corruption outlined by Mr. delaHoussaye in the video interview below:
Corey delaHoussaye discusses Livingston Parish
governmental corruption and the nightmare he and
his family’s life became after he became
a whistleblower on that corruption.
CLICK HERE for far more detail on the fraud and corruption Corey discusses above.
CLICK HERE for the details on his attorney, John McLindon, giving a little smack-down to the Inspector General’s Office in 21st JDC.
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