Louisiana State Trooper’s Association attorney Floyd Falcon
In today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature, the Louisiana State Police Commission (LSPC), at its regular meeting of Thursday, March 8, 2018 considered formally censuring Louisiana State Trooper’s Association (LSTA) attorney Floyd Falcon for openly calling retired Louisiana State Police Trooper Leon “Bucky” Millet a “liar” at its prior meeting of Thursday, February 8, 2018:
LSPC listens to statements on March 8, 2018 agenda item calling for censuring LSTA attorney Floyd Falcon.
In the video above (from the 6:32 – 7:18 mark) Sound Off Louisiana founder Robert Burns is escorted out of the Louisiana Interior Design Board (IDB) for uttering the words “November, 2011” at its meeting of February 27, 2014. Why were those words, “November, 2011” so sensitive? Because IDB members engaged in a covert operation that entailed an unnoticed meeting of November 17, 2011 (along with fake “decoy meetings” surrounding the date of that actual meeting) in order for no public members to be present. It was at that meeting that the IDB agreed to a “work arrangement” wherein its Executive Director, Sandy Edmonds, would have carte blanche authority to commit payroll fraud. For details on the incredible lengths that the IDB went to in order to facilitate Edmonds’ payroll fraud activities, simply CLICK HERE.
Meanwhile, during his public comment, Millet made an observation about commentary on the part of Falcon at that same February 8, 2018 meeting entailing Falcon’s characterization of LSTA Executive Director David Young as a “registered lobbyist.” We’ll leave it to our viewers to attempt to lip-read Young’s response, but it sure looks to us be “horse s—.” Nevertheless, a list of registered Louisiana lobbyists of March 8, 2018 does not list Young as being registered. The video follows:
Millet challenges Falcon’s assertion that Young is a “registered lobbyist.”
In other LSPC business:
Administrative hearing for LSP Trooper Burnell Thompson, III.
Deferred to the April, 2018 meeting the topic of LSTA political contributions and political endorsements.
NOTE: For historical videos of LSPC meetings in their entireties, CLICK HERE.
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