Sheriff Duane Piper talks about truthfulness to the Forsyth County Civil Service Board during the appeal hearing for Paul Whitfield on Friday, August 22, 2014.
STEVEN LEIBEL: You yourself have had problems with truthfulness in the past, haven't you?
DUANE PIPER: No, I haven't.
STEVEN LEIBEL: You haven't. Not even when you were with Glynn County?
DUANE PIPER: No.
STEVEN LEIBEL: Let me show you documents about truthfulness. Can I have this marked, please? You were a patrolman.
DUANE PIPER: Yes.
STEVEN LEIBEL: You worked for W.R. Pitman, did you not?
DUANE PIPER: I - I'm not sure.
STEVEN LEIBEL: Let me show you a re - give you a reflection of your recollection.
DUANE PIPER: We're over twenty years ago.
STEVEN LEIBEL: I'm going to show you what's marked for purposes of recollection PW-13 at this time. Do you have a copy of that sir?
LOGAN BUTLER: I do, thank you.
STEVEN LEIBEL: In fact, let me go ahead and mark it as PW-13 and ask you to identify it.
DUANE PIPER: Yes, I'm sorry. I didn't remember Caption Pitman's name. Yeah, I do remember this document.
STEVEN LEIBEL: Tell us, um, about being truthful back then when you were a patrolman at the Glynn County Police Department.
DUANE PIPER: I, um, called in sick to work and went and played a golf tournament and received an eight-hour suspension.
Watch all of Sheriff Piper’s testimony to the Forsyth County Civil Service Board on Friday, August 22, 2014 here:
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