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exactly. He already crossed lines that make it impossible for him to have anything but murderer attached to his name. He targeted innocent people whose only crime was being related to one of the officers he blames for his condition.
Not so fast everything is fair in love and war. And I would call this his war.
Either than or they are terrified of the combat trained guy out there that is hunting them.
A long time ago I attended Navy SERE school, part of which was conducted in Warner Springs, CA during the month of February. It was cold as shit and there were a few inches of snow on the ground. At only 3000 feet above sea level, snow accumulation is not normal for that area, but it happens from time-to-time.
Warner Springs is located in extreme northern San Diego County, so you weren't that far off -- about a hundred miles as the crow files.
people are actually starting to make a hero out of this guy...he's going to have a lot of people cheering him on if he gets in a car chase.
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This. Exactly this. BTW, Don Lemon on CNN just talked about this very thing. Also, the latest news conference had media asking about his accusations. However, the LAPD chief just dismissed those questions because, as he claimed, the guy is a homicide suspect and those are his ramblings. It's clear they aren't giving any weight to his manifesto, but others are asking about it.
Yes what he is doing is wrong and there is absolutely no excuse for it. But dismissing his manifesto because he LATER became a murderer, defies logic. The accusations are true, I'm almost 100% certain on that. His actions are deplorable. That too, I'm confident about.
I have a feeling LAPD's skeletons are going to come out in full view soon.
This post was edited by JMSparty08 17 months ago
"People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care." - Mark Dantonio.
Mountains? Elevation? Seems logical to me... San Diego county is huge.
This post was edited by dubie7006 17 months ago
That has been happening for decades, LAPD has always been a racist, murdering, cover-up department. Those who disagree, check your history.
Yeah, psychopaths who should be executed with him. The dude killed an innocent couple and a cop, and anyone who praises the guy I would like to personally kill, don't need them in society.
True or not, Dorner reported the kicking incident 2 weeks after it happened and only the day after he received an unsatisfactory performance review from the partner he reported.
The guy was a paranoid manic depressive with delusions of grandeur... with a vindictive streak to match. He's not a hero, he's just another American in need of a better mental health system who finally snapped.
What a weird psychotic thing to say. You would like to kill innocent people, who might sympathize with him, personally.
tRCMB: full of psychologists
Your manifesto is not compelling.
would you want me killed if I praised you for wanting to personally kill other people with differing views from your own?
This post was edited by Potato Cakes 17 months ago
Says the guy stuck in the second stage of Freud psychosexual development.
Anyone who sees this guy as a hero is a worthless piece of shit. The guy is not a hero - he's a complete psycho who has killed innocent people in cold blood. I have a family member who is a cop in southern California and his wife and kids are scared to death while he's at work during this whole thing. Yes, some people in law enforcement have done some bad things but 99.99% of law enforcement are just good hard working people with families.
This post was edited by Les Grossman 17 months ago
Let me get this down, $100 million. Oh wait, I have a better idea. Instead of $100 million, how about I send you a hobo's dick cheese?
The_Dude should be executed. He is having psychopathic thoughts about personally killing innocent people.
The LAPD have killed innocent people in cold blood too. I don't see much of a difference between the two. Your cop family member should explain to your relatives that this stuff happens when you work for the biggest gang in America.
This post was edited by Logik 17 months ago
Are you sure the victims weren't guilty of sympathizing with the wrong people?
Then you're an idiot. "The LAPD" is an organization with thousands of officers, some of whom are dirty and have done bad things, some of whom have been convicted. Dorner is one man who is out hunting people and killing them. And it's not just the LAPD. He killed two Riverside cops who have nothing to do with the LAPD.
Police continue to look for Christopher Dorner in California as a winter storm threatens to cover the tracks of the suspected cop killer.
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I don't know if you're trying to be funny, but I can assure you that this topic is not funny at all to me.
No, he's just hunting cops and people related to cops. The cops are the ones going out shooting innocent civilians. To protect and serve... my ass.
OK - well if you think that all cops are bad and are just out to harm innocent people I hope you don't call one when you are in trouble. Obviously the cops who accidentally shot at those people are going to get fired and probably prosecuted. Dorner is doing this intentionally. The cops who shot those people did so accidentally. To compare the two events is just idiotic.
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