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Jeff Landry Has Something To Hide

Recently, a conservative judge didn’t buy Jeff Landry’s defense that state public records laws only apply to state residents. However, the judge awarded the plaintiff nothing except legal fees.

The Bayou Brief attended the court hearing and then obtained a trove of documents that tell the full story.

The LIII in Atlanta

As a result of the worst “no call” in NFL history, the Saints likely lost the NFC championship.

The Saints and their loyal fanbase will, once again, survive, but this time, Roger Goodell’s failure of leadership may have irreparably broken the “shield” of the NFL.

Erector Set: Not So Fast, Eddie

He’s created a successful, respected company, making millions from it. He has also tried (and thus far failed) to create both a new city and school district. Now Eddie Rispone wants to create an “improved” Louisiana, by becoming the state’s next governor.

Clementine’s Hunters: Chapter 2 | Coincoin and Cammie

To understand Hunter, you must understand her relationship with the mysterious and eccentric François Mignon, a pathological liar who also recognized the truth of her art, but, more than anything else, you must understand Hunter’s muse, Melrose Plantation, a place every bit as complex and contradictory and conflicted about its past as Mignon.

From the Archives | Nic Pizzolatto’s Louisiana

Five years ago, after the debut of his sensational and award-winning television series “True Detective,” its creator and showrunner Nic Pizzolatto sat down with Lamar White, Jr. to discuss one of the show’s main characters, the state of Louisiana.

Today, with the debut of Season Three of “True Detective,” the Bayou Brief is republishing the interview in its entirety.