Did State Sen. Franklin Foil find the heat in the kitchen becoming a little too hot when Louisiana Sheriff Association’s dominant influence over LSP, Gov. Edwards was mentioned during LSP Oversight Committee hearing?

When Carl Brown (far right) began making statements about the Louisiana Sheriff’s Association’s influence over Louisiana State Police operations, Louisiana Senate Oversight Committee Chairman Franklin Foil (R-Baton Rouge) quickly shut him down in stating his testimony was “too personal.”

On October 4, 2021, WBRZ (Channel 2 in Baton Rouge)’s Chris Nakamoto produced this feature wherein Louisiana Sen. Cleo Fields (D-Baton Rouge) called for LSP Chief of Staff Doug Cain to be placed on administrative leave while he is under Federal investigation.  Let’s take a look:

10/4/21:  Nakamoto’s feature.

On Monday, December 13, 2021, Carl Brown, Co-founder of Louisiana United International (LUI), took the matter further in slamming the Louisiana Sheriff’s Association (LSA)’s influence over LSP, and his commentary apparently became a tad too “personal” for LSP Oversight Committee Chairman Sen. Franklin Foil (R-Baton Rouge) to handle, as he interrupted Brown and asked him “not to be so personal.”  Let’s take a look:

 

LUI Co-founder Carl Brown lays it bear regarding his contention about the Louisiana Sheriff’s Association’s influence over LSP, and that prompts interruption by LSP Senate Oversight Committee Chairman Franklin Foil, who asserted Brown was being “too personal.”

What seems obvious to us from the above video is that anyone who dares even reference the Louisiana Sheriff’s Association and its influence over LSP operations will be quickly muzzled!

We will have additional features on today’s (December 13, 2021) LSP Senate Oversight Committee hearing, but we wanted this one out ASAP because we believe Brown spoke the God’s honest truth about the LSA, and that caused the proverbial heat in the kitchen to be more than Foil could handle!

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3 thoughts on “Did State Sen. Franklin Foil find the heat in the kitchen becoming a little too hot when Louisiana Sheriff Association’s dominant influence over LSP, Gov. Edwards was mentioned during LSP Oversight Committee hearing?”

  1. The Sheriff’s Association runs not only State Police but the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement (think POST Council and federal grant monies) as well.

  2. nakamoto feature would not load…error 101102….tried several times…did get to see mr brown get shut down by foil….but…my question is: why do we have all these commissions and panels when no action is taken and no evidence is taken and nothing is decided but shut up and lets go to the next guy….these clips have shown troopers breaking the law themselves and since when does suspended with pay mean anything….what about 6 months leave without pay and turn in the badge and the gun and cant wear the uniform for six months……also….what about not turning the camera on….no unpaid leave for that???? the excuse that the camera was not working is a kindergarten excuse because anybody not in a padded room knows that in any organization the main evidence bearer is checked rechecked and checked again before being used…so that excuse is a gone pecan….so ….unpaid leave …turn in badge….turn in gun andno wearing the uniform ……

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