Murphy Painter launches nuclear attack at Inspector General Stephen Street in seeking judgment declaring his law-enforcement agency status unconstitutional.

Louisiana Inspector General Stephen Street


In today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature, founder Robert Burns covers former Alcohol and Tobacco Control Commissioner Murphy Painter’s Motion to have the Louisiana Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) law-enforcement agency authority declared unconstitutional:


Burns covers Painter’s motion.  CLICK HERE for a thorough background on Painter (and Corey delaHoussaye).  CLICK HERE for the recent Sound Off Louisiana feature on OIG Inspector General Stephen Street’s historical financial difficulties to demonstrate his lackey status any sitting governor and why he doesn’t remotely have the “independence” he professes to have.


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