Ex-deputy: Supervisor ordered him to lieDalton Daily Citizen
Jan. 29, 2013
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ROME — Josh Greeson lied.
But the former Murray County Sheriff’s Office deputy said he was just following orders when he did not tell the truth during a Georgia Bureau of Investigation inquiry last year. Greeson said a supervisor told him to lie, and he was afraid to disobey the directive.