Metropolitan Crime Commission’s Goyeneche: “The optics are horrible for the governor. It makes him culpable in this, in delaying justice……the governor did nothing.”

In this photo provided by Alana Wilson, Mona Hardin looks over the body of her son, Ronald Greene in Rayville, La., on May 13, 2019. “I’ve been wandering around in a cloud of confusion just wondering: What does it take for the state of Louisiana to recognize the murder of a man? What does it take to get answers?” Hardin told Louisiana state lawmakers in a December 2021 hearing. (Photo Courtesy of Alana Wilson via AP).

Metropolitan Crime Commission President Rafael Goyeneche made the quote of the headline of this feature in  this superb feature by AP writers Jim Mustian and Jake Bleiberg released about an hour ago (approximately 10 a.m. on Friday, May 27, 2022).

We see nothing we can add other than to encourage everyone to read the AP article linked above!

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