Contradicting one another's words, the lead investigator into the state's probe of allegations of cheating on CRCT tests has warned the Dougherty County school superintendent that he could face jail time for being uncooperative, but the school superintendent said he has cooperated.
"He [Richard Hyde] couldn't prove it; he could not prove that. And then what I would say is to ask the question who told him that how is it being interpreted," said School Superintendent Dr. Joshua Murfree. "Because then you have other places saying doctor Murfree's been open, he's been transparent, and so on and so forth."
The state recently reopened its investigation into allegation of cheating on CRCT tests after initially closing the probe.