We've been waiting a long time to find out. We may have to wait a lot longer.
Gov. John Bel Edwards has declined to testify Monday before a special legislative committee probing the 2019 death of Ronald Greene at the hands of Louisiana State Police troopers and an alleged coverup.
In a letter Thursday to the committee, Edwards’ executive counsel, Tina Vanichchagorn, cited short notice and scheduling conflicts that include an out-of-town event.
Technically the House now has the power to subpoena the Governor and compel him to testify. They don't seem eager to break the seal on that, though.