Hello. You have not responded to my last query and I have to go offline fairly soon, so I will provide an answer based on what I know.
1) There is no way to know whether or not you are being actively investigated. Louisiana does have an open records law, but there is an exception for open investigations. The same is on the federal level with the FBI and other federal agencies.
2) As such, there is no way to "demand" to know if you are being investigated. You can visit the police or the FBI and simply ask outright. If so, then the authorities can choose to deny it, or, tell the truth and perhaps ask you questions in regards ***** ***** that they feel you may be involved in. Of course, counsel is recommended for this.
3) If you still wish to try for an open records request, you can request this of with the local police by sending THIS letter to the closest police division near you - see HERE. For the FBI, the open records request instructions are HERE.
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