Breaking News from the DMN? Not Exactly.
This morning, there's a piece in The Dallas Morning News concerning some cheating going on at the Dallas Fire Rescue training academy. Specifially, it deals with how Lieutenant James Hunter, an instructor at the academy, helped trainee Desmond Luster prep for the test--by, ya know, giving him the answers. Handwritten excerpts of the final exam were found in Luster's locker, prompting him to quit the department. Ya know, I coulda sworn I read this story before. Like, sometime in May. May 10, maybe? Hmmm. Oh, yeah. Right here. I feel so much better now. --Robert Wilonsky
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