LSPC’s Braxton openly ponders liability on alleged strong-arming of Derbonne’s resignation, after which Commission is paralyzed by controversies surrounding Grafton’s “alleged” resignation.

LSPC Commissioner Calvin Braxton

The Louisiana State Police Commission became a body of total paralysis at a special meeting of Monday, February 20, 2017 when Commissioner Calvin Braxton openly pondered just how liable the Commission may be on the allegedly forced resignation of former Executive Director Cathy Derbonne at its regular meeting of January 12, 2017.  Videos of  Braxton’s open venting of his concern as well him challenging the legal validity of the meeting itself follow:

Braxton openly ponders how much liability the Commission may have from its handling of the Derbonne resignation.

Braxton challenges the legal validity of the meeting.  CLICK HERE for an audio clip of the verbal resignation of Rev. Freddie Phillips referenced entailing the LALB meeting of 8/2/10.  CLICK HERE for the aggressive nature entailing one LALB Member, Greg Bordelon, wanting to take a vote on the resignation but being told “nothing is official until he puts it in writing to the Governor.”  Phillips changed his mind and remained an LALB member for another 16 months.

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