A group Louisiana State Police Supervisors are currently reviewing all body and dash cam footage involving a police unit to investigate any type of misconduct, and in particular to determine if it There has been a history of abuse in the Black Interactions Unit, two sources familiar with the process confirmed to CNN. The unit - Troop F - is the same unit involved in the 2019 encounter that ended with the death of Ronald Greene . Greene died on May 10, 2019, after what state police described as resisting arrest and fighting with soldiers . However, his family said state police told them Greene died in a car accident after a police chase, and their attorneys accused police and state officials for having engaged in a cover-up. Vhere is what we know about the death of Ronald Greene in Louisiana Greene's family have filed a federal wrongful death complaint May 6, 2020 Video of Greene 's arrest has been released published in May, first by the Associated Press and then by Louisi a state police. Three officers involved in Greene's death were sanctioned, with one was recently terminated for an excessive force incident not involving Greene. Another completed a 50-hour suspension and returned to work awaiting the outcome of the review by federal and state authorities. One officer was to be fired but died before he could be fired. Read more Regarding the review of Troop F videos, a source, which is a statecurrent official said the state police panel reviewing the videos is simply a policy and a procedure. determine if the F Troop's interactions with the black motorists involved a pattern of excessive force. This is 'a group of people in a dark room locked up, the official state source said. When contacted for comment, LSP spokesperson Nick Manale said: “It is no secret that LSP supervisors regularly review camera footage. to ensure agent safety, LSP policy compliance, and appropriate interactions with the public. A second source who is familiar with the panel told CNN that it is normal for the LSP to assign supervisors from all over the state to review videos of all soldiers, but especially if there is any indication or suspicion of repeated wrongdoing on the part of a troop, in this case Troop F. Typically this panel would be made up of people from the Colonel's command staff, the source added. CNN's Jamiel Lynch, Ryan Young and Eric Levenson contributed to this report .