The AP has obtained horrifying footage of Louisiana State Troopers brutalizing resident Ronald Greene.

‘I’m scared’: AP obtains video of deadly arrest of Black man
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louisiana state troopers were captured on body camera video stunning, punching and dragging a Black man as he apologized for leading them on a high-speed chase -- footage of the man’s last moments alive that The Associated Press obtained after authorities refused to release it for…

In addition to domestic coverage by nearly every major outlet, including The New York Times and The Washington Post, international outlets have picked up the story as it unfolds.

Bodycam footage released of deadly arrest of Ronald Greene by Louisiana state troopers
Family is pursuing a federal wrongful-death lawsuit
Video shows grisly death of Black man in police custody: AP
Body camera footage obtained by Associated Press shows Louisiana police brutalising Ronald Greene in 2019.
‘I’m scared!’: body-cam video shows deadly arrest of Black man in Louisiana
State troopers seen stunning, punching and dragging Ronald Greene as he apologized for high-speed chase in 2019 arrest

The ACLU of Louisiana asserts that "Greene was tortured to death by officers who denied him life-saving aid"

Big Easy Magazine reports that local civil rights groups have already banded together to demand oversight over Louisiana State Police (LSP).

Civil Rights Groups Call for Independent Oversight of LSP Following Ronald Greene Footage Release - Big Easy Magazine
In a scathing joint statement released Thursday the NAACP, ACLU of Louisiana, VOTE, ADL South Central Region, Urban League of Louisiana, and the VERA Institute for Justice issued a statement […]