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No different then when gangbangers battle each other in a shootout. i just feel bad for the only innocent people in this; that guy and his fiance.
Saves them from having to pay out the million dollar reward since the guy will never be convicted of anything.
What are you going to charge them with?
Excessive force? Na...no one would believe that.
The indoctrinated will no longer be able to deny it, only defend it.
He was firing at them. Did you want them to just ask him politely to come outside with his hands up ?
BURN THAT MOFO DOWN
Never killed any civilians...
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
He killed 4 people, 2 of them "civilians" as if it really makes a difference.
He killed too many people. Once he holed up in the cabin and fired on the cops, there was no way this was going to end differently than it did.
Due process of law.
You know, one of Dorner's rights as outlined in the Bill of Rights?
wrong. He killed a woman and her fiancee.
Nonetheless we witnessed police trap a man in a house and burn him alive. Bad guy or not, that is unjust. We knew he was most likely going to die, but even being shot to death is not on the same level as being burned alive.
How do you know he was burned alive?
It's touching that you're concerned with his rights.
OK let's play the semantics game, maybe he shot himself, maybe they shot him, maybe he is in mexico, maybe he was abducted by aliens. However, the building they thought he was in, they allowed the fire they started to burn the building to the ground.
If only his clothing was made out the same material that his fire-proof ID was...
"love unconditionally". Princess Lacey
He didn't have to enter the home. He could have exited the home. Not sure what your point is.
And...if he shot himself, he wasn't burned alive...which seemed to be one of your concerns.
i'm pretty sure this is johnny spirit.
A sherrifs deputy said the suspect tried to exit the home and he was pushed back in.
Oh...he came out with his hands in the air to surrender?
Thanks, Nigel. I'm glad to have you acknowledge my posts.
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