Houma, LA – Terrebonne Parish Sheriff deputies, who once took an oath to uphold the constitution, raided a man’s home because they believed he was tied to a website questioning Jerry Larpenter’s public contracts.
Over the last few weeks, Terrebonne Parish residents were totally shocked to learn that a good ol’ boy network of policemen, politicians, and businessmen had been using public funds to consolidate power and get rich in the process.
“I’m completely amazed this kind of thing could happen in South Louisiana,” said a woman who wished to remain anonymous in fear Jerry Larpenter would send his safe space warriors to kick in her door and confiscate her computer.
Some residents claim that Larpenter abusing his public powers to protect his private interests was the behavior of a guilty man. The Push Pole tried to interview Jerry for comment, but he sped away in a white Ford Bronco.
An unofficial spokesperson for the parish urged internet commenters from rushing to judgement. If there is any wrongdoing, we trust that the judicial system will work it out. Perhaps Judge Randall Bethancourt (the judge who signed the warrant in the first place) would be available to preside over any case regarding Larpenter.
As of Friday at noon, Exposedat was still online, making the internet a terrifying place for Sheriff Jerry. We are concerned about his fragile feelings, and we urge him to stay off the internet for the next few days.
Larpenter told WWL, “If you’re gonna lie about me and make it under a fictitious name, I’m gonna come after you!” This was probably the worst thing anyone could tell the internet, proving that anyone terrified of social criticism is pretty much inviting jokes. Below are some comments written by Terrebonne and Lafourche residents.