Will sending text of “I hate f@@king n@@@ers,” other salacious texts cause former ATC agent Brette Tingle’s case to flop with the jury and thereby cost taxpayers $100,000+ in legal fees in the process?

Former Alcohol and Tobacco Control agent Brette Tingle

 

Today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature provides the following texts, which are being deployed by defense attorneys in the civil litigation of Brette Tingle v. ATC and its former Commissioner, Troy Hebert, being tried in Federal Court in the Middle District of Louisiana:

Texts recovered from Brette Tingle’s state-issued cell phone (click on any image if difficulty reading is experienced):

 

 

 

 

CLICK HERE for former Commissioner Troy Hebert’s notice of intended termination to Tingle.

 

CLICK HERE for Attorney General Jeff Landry’s Motion to Strike Prejudicial and Inflammatory Opinion (that Tingle is “at risk for significant depression, even to the point of self-harm” if the jury does not rule in his favor) of Dr. Alan Taylor.

 

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2 thoughts on “Will sending text of “I hate f@@king n@@@ers,” other salacious texts cause former ATC agent Brette Tingle’s case to flop with the jury and thereby cost taxpayers $100,000+ in legal fees in the process?”

  1. Brette Tingle is obviously a spoiled little boy!!

    This BOY does not respect himself or his own family, so who would think he would respect anyone else.

    “just another spoiled Bureaucrat”

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