Polygraph Test Said Johnny Jolly Lied

June 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

By Troy A. Sparks
If you can't trust yourself, why should other people trust you?
That's what the Houston judge presiding over Green Bay defensive end Johnny Jolly's case thought.
Jolly's felony drug trial was postponed again after he failed a polygraph test.The results came from a May 19 report filed by Boyd Smith and Associates.
It wasn't a complete surprise to Jolly because he signed the paperwork authorizing the test. And they said the test was voluntary.
Mike Boyd asked Jolly some questions that related to his bond agreement. I felt there was nothing tricky in those questions.But I wouldn't know. I have never taken a lie detector test.
Jolly was asked if he consumed any alcohol since Dec. 15, 2009 and if he drank any alcohol without telling Mr. Boyd since that date.
The report didn't say whether Jolly answered "Yes" or "No." It was determined that those questions were deceptive. Maybe Jolly thoug...

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