Louisiana State Police Lt. Colonel and Chief of Staff Doug Cain
On Wednesday, January 12, 2022, WBRZ’s investigative reporter Chris Nakamoto aired perhaps the biggest bombshell feature to date on the very obvious cover-up LSP engaged in entailing the death of Ronald Greene. Let’s take a look:
1/12/22 Nakamoto feature.
Given the damning material presented by Nakamoto entailing LSP Lt. Col. and Chief of Staff, Doug Cain, we can only ask just how bad it looks for Sen. Franklin Foil (R-Baton Rouge) to shut down the commentary of Carl Brown regarding Cain. Brown’s testimony, which slammed Doug Cain, was assessed by Sen. Foil, who is the Chairman of a Senate Oversight Committee on LSP, as being “too personal.”
Foil also stressed that Brown should confine his testimony to facts! We can only assume Foil felt Brown was not being factual in his testimony! Perhaps, however, Brown, or at least his sources of information, simply know much more than Foil!
At any rate, given the Nakamoto feature above, Foil may want to reassess his shutdown and condemnation of Brown. Here is that brief video for everyone’s review regarding Foil’s shutdown:
12/16/21: Sen. Franklin Foil (R-Baton Rouge) shuts down Carl Brown’s commentary on LSP Chief of Staff Doug Cain.
For that matter, given Nakamoto’s bombshell feature above, which lays bare the magnitude of the LSP cover-up of Greene’s death, just how bad does the following commentary on the part of Gov. John Bel Edwards look?:
9/15/21: Gov. Edwards’ interview downplaying any potential LSP cover-up entailing Ronald Greene’s death. His comments were first reported upon by the Louisiana Illuminator after that publication heard them on Radio talk show host Jim Engster’s 9/15/21 “Ask the Governor” feature.
Perhaps Gov. Edwards may wish to evaluate whether all the talk of an LSP cover-up is really just “media hype!”
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