Police boss journal cites early angst in Ronald Greene death


              This image is part of the journal of former Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves. Excerpts of a personal journal made public Thursday, May 5, 2022 show Col. Kevin Reeves considered aggressive action after his troopers beat, stunned and dragged Ronald Greene. State police didn’t launch an internal investigation for another 462 days. (Lewis Unglesby via AP)
            
              This image is part of the journal of former Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves. Excerpts of a personal journal made public Thursday, May 5, 2022 show Col. Kevin Reeves considered aggressive action after his troopers beat, stunned and dragged Ronald Greene. State police didn’t launch an internal investigation for another 462 days. (Lewis Unglesby via AP)
            
              FILE - Louisiana State Police Supt. Kevin Reeves speaks at a news conference, on Sept. 19, 2017, in Baton Rouge, La. Reeves, the Louisiana State Police superintendent wrote himself an ominous note days after the deadly 2019 arrest of Black motorist Ronald Greene: “Realize there is a problem — must address immediately.”  (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)
            
              This image is part of the journal of former Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves. Excerpts of a personal journal made public Thursday, May 5, 2022 show Col. Kevin Reeves considered aggressive action after his troopers beat, stunned and dragged Ronald Greene. State police didn’t launch an internal investigation for another 462 days. (Lewis Unglesby via AP)
            
              This image is part of the journal of former Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves. Excerpts of a personal journal made public Thursday, May 5, 2022 show Col. Kevin Reeves considered aggressive action after his troopers beat, stunned and dragged Ronald Greene. State police didn’t launch an internal investigation for another 462 days. (Lewis Unglesby via AP)
            
              FILE - Louisiana State Police Supt. Kevin Reeves speaks at a news conference, on Sept. 19, 2017, in Baton Rouge, La. Reeves, the Louisiana State Police superintendent wrote himself an ominous note days after the deadly 2019 arrest of Black motorist Ronald Greene: “Realize there is a problem — must address immediately.”  (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)
            
              This image is part of the journal of former Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves. Excerpts of a personal journal made public Thursday, May 5, 2022 show Col. Kevin Reeves considered aggressive action after his troopers beat, stunned and dragged Ronald Greene. State police didn’t launch an internal investigation for another 462 days. (Lewis Unglesby via AP)
            
              This image is part of the journal of former Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves. Excerpts of a personal journal made public Thursday, May 5, 2022 show Col. Kevin Reeves considered aggressive action after his troopers beat, stunned and dragged Ronald Greene. State police didn’t launch an internal investigation for another 462 days. (Lewis Unglesby via AP)
            
              FILE - Louisiana State Police Supt. Kevin Reeves speaks at a news conference, on Sept. 19, 2017, in Baton Rouge, La. Reeves, the Louisiana State Police superintendent wrote himself an ominous note days after the deadly 2019 arrest of Black motorist Ronald Greene: “Realize there is a problem — must address immediately.”  (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)
            
              This combination of 2020 and 2017 photos shows Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, left, and Louisiana State Police Supt. Kevin Reeves in Baton Rouge, La. Louisiana lawmakers investigating the deadly 2019 arrest of Black motorist Ronald Greene are preparing to hold Reeves, the former head of the state police, in contempt for refusing to turn over his journals after talks broke down Monday, May 2, 2022 in a dispute over an entry mentioning Gov. Edwards. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Police boss journal cites early angst in Ronald Greene death