General Landry: I am proud of our office’s work on this case to protect consumers and get justice. I hope this settlement serves as a warning to companies that we take seriously our duty to defend Louisiana’s consumers from harm.
General Landry: This case should be a reminder to businesses and consumers to take a few extra steps to keep their information safe online. And it is further proof of the need for comprehensive immigration reform.
General Landry: My office and I are committed to doing all we legally can to protect Louisiana’s children. This includes arresting a number of illegal immigrants who have inflicted damage on our State’s citizens.
General Landry: Medicaid welfare fraud jeopardizes healthcare resources for Louisiana’s poor and steals from our State’s taxpayers. This unlawful and immoral act is especially heinous when perpetuated by people who are supposed to be taking care of our State’s most needy.
General Landry: Child pornography is a dreadful crime that repeatedly victimizes children. So my office and I will continue to do all we can to find and arrest those who possess, distribute, and produce these horrific sexual abuse images and videos.
General Landry: This conviction not only highlights the ongoing problems in the State's Behavioral Health Program but also the need for more Medicaid welfare fraud detection and aggressive control efforts.
General Landry: Operation Broken Heart may have ended, but my office and I have not stopped our efforts to protect Louisiana children. We remain relentless in tracking down those who use the Internet to sexually exploit and abuse children.