State Rep. Ted James says it is “not yet” time for Col. Davis to resign based upon assurances from District Attorney Belton, Col. Davis and others that AP article is “not true;” also states he hopes he’s not “proved wrong.”

State Rep. Ted James, D-Baton Rouge, appearing before the Baton Rouge Press Club on Monday, August 9, 2021.

This will be the shortest post in the history of Sound Off Louisiana.  At the Baton Rouge Press Club (BRPC) meeting of Monday, August 9, 2021, State Rep. Ted James (D-Baton Rouge) was asked by Sound Off Louisiana founder Robert Burns about the contents of this AP feature on Ronald Greene.   Burns specifically focused James’ attention to this segment of the feature:

Davis and Cain traveled to District Attorney John Belton’s office in Ruston — more than 200 miles north of Baton Rouge — on May 20 to review the video frame by frame and make the case that the troopers’ actions were justified.

In light of the preceding excerpt from the AP feature, Burns asked James if it was time for Davis to resign.  The entirety of Burns posing the question and James’ response is comprised of a mere 50 seconds.  Hence, between the title of this feature and the video, there’s not much we feel a need to add, so here’s the video:

Rep. James responds to Burns’ question of whether it’s time for LSP Col. Lamar Davis to resign.

CLICK HERE for Rep. James’ presentation in its entirety.

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