Belton/LSP/FBI Timelines don’t Match

Late yesterday Lamar Davis, commander of the Louisiana State Police issued a timeline of their investigation of the Ronald Greene homicide case.

Davis alleges the following:

  • 05/10/19 – CID-Monroe immediately commences investigation
  • 08/20/19 – CID-Monroe submits case to the Lincoln Parish DA
  • 09/09/19 – CID-Monroe follows up with DA, nothing further needed
  • 02/20/20 – CID-Monroe provides case file to DOJ/FBI

However, Third Judicial (Lincoln, Union Parishes) District Attorney claimed in his Wednesday, 5/19/21 statement:

“…on the day I received the report from the Louisiana State Police, I asked the United States Department of Justice to conduct an independent review of the circumstances surrounding his death, including whether any criminal or civil rights violations occurred.”

Looks like we are going to have to see the paper trail of signed receipts for the case files to determine who is telling the truth.

3 Responses to “Belton/LSP/FBI Timelines don’t Match”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I don’t see the discrepancy. Just because Monroe sent their case file to DOJ on 2/20/20 doesn’t mean the DA didn’t contact the DOJ on 8/20/19.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Nobody cares about deductive reasoning. But it’s important. It is a concern of those who are associated with 221B Baker Street and others like them. But it matters. Follow the logic.

  3. Keneth Nevilles Says:

    Good blog post.🤠 🤗 2021-06-21 07h 59min

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