Louisiana State Police Commission plays hardball with Cavalier in claiming he’s “engaging in an unauthorized use of a summary proceeding,” while seeking court costs, expert witness fees, and attorney fees.

Fired LSP Trooper Carl Cavalier.  Photo courtesy of WBRZ (Channel 2 in Baton Rouge).

Today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature entails founder Robert Burns providing an overview of the Louisiana State Police Commission (LSPC)’s Answer to fired LSP Trooper Carl Cavalier’s filing for a Writ of Mandamus, which was covered in our prior feature.  Here’s video for that overview:

Burns provides overview of LSPC’s Answer to Cavalier’s seeking of a Writ of Mandamus against the LSPC to force a hearing for him to present his case for being reinstated as an LSP Trooper.

Links for support documents referenced in Burns’ video above:

1.  John deGravelles’ letter written to assist convicted felon Larry S. Bankston in being readmitted as an attorney in Louisiana.

2.  Dissent letter by Richard E. Gerard, Jr.

3.  Larry S. Bankston FBI wiretap # 1.

4.  Larry S. Bankston FBI wiretap # 2.

5.  Larry S. Bankston FBI wiretap # 3.

6.  Larry S. Bankston FBI wiretap # 4.

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