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Old 02-09-2013, 11:57 PM   #61
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http://news.yahoo.com/photos/members-california-highway-patrol-search-truck-christopher-dorner-photo-213228709.html

This is improvement over shooting the newspaper ladies.
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Read the Maifesto. Interesting. Of course this is a one sided account of what happened. IF (a really big if) this is what happened to him, he has a right to be pissed. LAPD is corrupt. I have a guy who works for me that spent 8 years there. He has some horror stories to tell.

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I cannot accept the killing of the daughter. She had no choice who her father was. She certainly did not deserve to die.
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It was CHP... had it been LAPD we'd have another wounded or dead innocent motorist.
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What's with the hate on the LAPD? Philly and New Orleans have the reputations as the most corrupt cops and that's the big city ones that are being watched. And speaking of New Orleans and the role of police, did they do right? They shot unarmed flood victims crossing a bridge becasue they were black while others stole confiscated civilian's firearms and fled the state and the mayor, Nagin, announced rebuilding it as a "chocolate city"!

I didn't read this guys manifesto. Murdered people? Planned it in fact!? Guilty! So he was annoyed. It's not a G-Damn movie -- he's murdering people. It cannot be justified and only explained as that he is a homicidal POS who needs to be culled form the herd and any children he's had, well, turned over to the County to "watch"...

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I cannot accept the killing of the daughter. She had no choice who her father was. She certainly did not deserve to die.
I am not justifying what he did in the least bit, but its possible she was in on the corruption somehow.
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No one is excusing Dorners actions...

Simply stating the the corruption and incompetence displayed by LA's finest over the years gives me absolutely NO reason the believe their account of anything.

This departments credibility is about as solid as BHO's.

"didn't read the manifesto" Hmm...

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What's with the hate on the LAPD? Philly and New Orleans have the reputations as the most corrupt cops and that's the big city ones that are being watched. And speaking of New Orleans and the role of police, did they do right? They shot unarmed flood victims crossing a bridge becasue they were black while others stole confiscated civilian's firearms and fled the state and the mayor, Nagin, announced rebuilding it as a "chocolate city"!

I didn't read this guys manifesto. Murdered people? Planned it in fact!? Guilty! So he was annoyed. It's not a G-Damn movie -- he's murdering people. It cannot be justified and only explained as that he is a homicidal POS who needs to be culled form the herd and any children he's had, well, turned over to the County to "watch"...

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Does the DMV or the Pos Office scare you?
Ummm, yeah. PO, they waste so much taxpayer money, with no consequences, and have ****ty service to boot. DMV, they have a lot of power. If they decide you shouldn't drive, you don't. They sometimes also can't be reasoned with.

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Actually, the DMV can do a lot more than that, but they CAN'T piss in my Cheerios, because I don't eat Cheerios, and they are not invited to my house......
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I cannot accept the killing of the daughter. She had no choice who her father was. She certainly did not deserve to die.
i can't accept the murder of the policeman, the daughter of the retired Capt. who defended Dorner or the daughters boyfriend.

We don't know exactly why Dorner was fired from the LAPD. The LAPD is now "re-investigating" the firing of Dorner. Ultra-liberal criminal coddling lawyers will crawl out of the rock pile to defend Dorner and make excuses for his murders.

Yeah, the LAPD has had a history of criminal corruption for decades. Have they cleaned up their act? Who knows!!!

Read the nutcase's "manifesto:

http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_22538933/fired-lapd-officer-christopher-dorners-lengthy-manifesto

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From what little I know about the situation, he reported his training officer for abusing someone. Just like he was supposed to. His report was backed up by the victim's father. Of course, the training officer denied and the LAPD internal tribunal sided with the training officer and fired dorner. If this is all true, I have trouble saying the guy is wrong. Definitely going about fixing it the wrong way. I'm with tack on this one, I almost want to root for him.
The guy's a murderer plain and simple. You can try to justify his actions for whatever happened in the past but that's what's wrong with our society today. People look for excuses to justify their misguided actions. From what I've seen in the scattered reporting on this guy's past, he's also received a dishonerable discharge from his military service. I'm sure there are other ghosts in his closet that are yet to be revealed.
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From what I've seen in the scattered reporting on this guy's past, he's also received a dishonerable discharge from his military service.
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Dorner, 33, was a lieutenant in the naval reserve who left the service on Friday with an honorable discharge and may still carry military identification, Fagan said.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/02/07/san-diego-navy-base-locked-down-until-killing-suspect-who-stayed-there-is/#ixzz2KVTwpyrh

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/02/07/san-diego-navy-base-locked-down-until-killing-suspect-who-stayed-there-is/
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