Censored Gulf news; La elected officials under US military dictatorship (video)
October 3rd, 2010
Although South Louisiana local elected officials are learning that under a military dictatorship, as the United States is now, their leadership is all but null and void, the local official who emerged as the leading critic of the Gulf oil and chemical operation won re-election as president of his coastal Louisiana parish with 71 percent of the vote Saturday in Plaquemines.
William Harold “Billy” Nungesser, born 1959, is President of Plaquemines Parish in suburban New Orleans, Louisiana, a Republican.
In February 2009, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal appointed Nungesser to the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority that consists of twenty members developing a master plan on coastal protection for the state, or so they believed.