‘Torture and murder’: Ronald Greene case turns cop vs. cop

              Former Louisiana State Police Sgt. Albert Paxton, a detective who investigated Ronald Greene’s death, testifies Tuesday, March 22, 2022, before a legislative panel that has opened an "all-levels" probe into the Black motorist’s death. (AP Photo/Jim Mustian)
              Louisiana State Police Lt. Col. Doug Cain, the agency’s second in command, confers with Gail Holland, a Louisiana State Police attorney,  while testifying Tuesday, March 22, 2022,  in Baton Rouge, La., before a legislative panel conducting an "all-levels" probe into the fatal 2019 arrest of Black motorist Ronald Greene. (AP Photo/Jim Mustian)
            FILE - This image obtained by the Associated Press through a public records request shows a text message to Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, informing him of the deadly 2019 arrest of Ronald Greene. Police told Edwards that troopers engaged in "a violent, lengthy struggle" that ended with the Black motorist's death. The Democrat remained publicly quiet as police clung to a much different story: that Greene died from a crash following a high-speed chase. What the governor knew and when have become questions in the federal investigation of Greene's death. (AP Photo) FILE - In this image from Louisiana State Police Trooper Dakota DeMoss' body camera video obtained by The Associated Press, fellow troopers hold up Ronald Greene before paramedics arrive on May 10, 2019, outside of Monroe, La. The video obtained by The Associated Press shows Louisiana state troopers stunning, punching and dragging the Black man as he apologizes for leading them on a high-speed chase. Few Americans believe there has been significant progress over the last 50 years in achieving equal treatment for Black people in dealings with police and the criminal justice system. That's according to a new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. (Dakota DeMoss/Louisiana State Police via AP) 
              FILE - Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards speaks during a news conference in Baton Rouge, La., on Feb. 1, 2022.  Bel Edwards says he has vetoed a new congressional redistricting plan for the state because it lacks a second majority-Black district. (AP Photo/Matthew Hinton, File)