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A court upheld the firing of 2 LAPD officers who ignored a robbery to play Pokémon Go (www.npr.org)

Perhaps I should not complain about people playing computer games during our zoom meetings. 

Or perhaps I should make the meetings interesting enough that they aren’t tempted to do so.

Then again if, a robbery in progress isn’t interesting enough to lure a police officer away from his mobile phone, what chance do I have?

A California court denied the appeal of Louis Lozano and Eric Mitchell, who were fired from the Los Angeles Police Department after the 2017 incident. Their lawyer says they’re evaluating next steps.

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