Former ATC Commissioner Painter alleges Inspector General Street’s office knowingly falsified search warrant, touts his indictment of the previous day to keep Senate Finance Committee from following House’s lead and stripping IG’s budget to zilch.

Former Alcohol and Tobacco Control (ATC) Commissioner Murphy Painter.

For any subscriber or casual visitor to our blog who believes that Inspector General Stephen Street, Jr., has even a modicum of integrity or decency, that individual will almost certainly reassess that belief upon viewing the following video (Installment 4) of our fascinating series of interviews with former Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control (ATC) Commissioner Murphy Painter:

Former ATC Commissioner Murphy Painter on allegations entailing extreme underhanded and unethical conduct on the part of Louisiana Inspector General Stephen Street, Jr., and past members of his office.

Past features on this series:

Episode 1

Episode 2

Episode 3

Folks, we’ve got plenty more to come, and we KNOW you’re going to want to tune in for Episode 5 coming to you real soon!

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