KLFY Channel 10 in Lafayette reveals Attorney General Jeff Landry has launched an investigation of Lafayette Parish Public School System entailing two Sound Off Louisiana features.

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, who recently announced the launching of an investigation regarding two matters presented by Sounnd Off Louisiana entailing the Lafayette Parish School System.

In today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature, we reveal the fact that, as reported by KLFY (Channel 10 – Lafayette), Attorney General Jeff Landry has launched an investigation entailing two Sound Off Louisiana investigative features:  1) the massive legal fees incurred by the Lafayette Parish School System entailing the firing (and subsequent defense of wrongful termination litigation) of former Superintendent Pat Cooper, and 2) alleged improprieties on the part of Kevin Martin, head of the cosmetology department of the W. D. and Mary Baker Smith Career Center within the Lafayette Parish School System.  That KLFY feature follows:

 


KLFY feature of May 22, 2018.  CLICK HERE to view the actual letter sent by Lafayette Parish District Attorney Keith Stutes to Burns.

 

In addition to the KLFY feature above, WWL (Channel 4 – New Orleans) aired this feature on May 17, 2018, two days after our feature on the lawsuit filed by former Louisiana State Police Commission member Calvin Braxton.  Here’s video of WWL’s feature:


WWL feature of May 17, 2018 on Braxton’s litigation.  CLICK HERE for the consent agreement reporter Katie Moore holds up during the feature.

We are presently working on an extensive and in-depth investigative report on happenings and circumstances surrounding the “resignations” of both Cathy Derbonne, the former Executive Director of the Louisiana State Police Commission (LSPC) and Braxton, former LSPC member.  As our subscribers will recall, Derbonne sued the LSPC earlier this year.  The first hearing (a Peremptory Exception of No Cause of Action filed by the LSPC) on her litigation is scheduled for Monday, June 4, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. in Judge Morvant’s courtroom.  We’ll be there to cover the outcome of that hearing, and will report the ruling back to our subscribers along with the aforementioned investigative report.  We KNOW you’re going to find that to be a fascinating post!!

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