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Dozens of pro-Dorner protesters rally at LAPD HQ

No. Listen to the police radios. Each corner was set on fire after one officer looked inside and saw blood on the wall from his self inflicted gunshot wound


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I guess they were afraid he might get hyperthermia after his blood loss.
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Dozens of pro-Dorner protesters rally at LAPD HQ

He reminded me of Rambo from first blood .


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He's dead. Good. The End.

Moral of the story...don't kill cops in CA

Dontcha wish they woulda killed that weirdo in colorado who shot up that movie theater? I do. Instead, he's gonna be fed some great meals, for free, for the rest of his life. One of those spineless colorado cops should have taken the shot. He'd be a hero.
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how the phuck are you gonna start shooting up trucks just because it kinda sorta looks like the truck the guy your looking for has? Imagine if they were looking for a white tundra. Holy shit they would kill a lot fo people. yea dude shouldn't be taking out innocent people like the retired police chiefs daughter but seriously they were out to shut him up for a reason(possibly that he could have been right?). LAPD needs to be weeded out!

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I also find it funny how so many people feel they reserve the right to condone his execution. As if they personally investigated this case and have proof of his guilt. Just curious, what proof do we really have? Oh yeah, we heard it on the news. Do we really believe anything the LAPD has to say? Does anyone have enough "proof" to be screaming for someone's execution?
It's too phuckin easy. Honestly, I'm gonna stop voicing out against corruption and deceit and just join them. I'm wasting a lifetime of taking advantage of people. I could be so frikkin rich right now.
I condone his execution because.........HE KILLED 4 INNOCENT PEOPLE, he don't deserve to live. Now if he really wanted to "clear" his name, all he needed to do was hire a lawyer. Once he started killing people, he lost all credibility in my book. The first 3 people he killed 2 of them had no weapons. The third one he ambush, so he didn't have the chance to defend himself. Now, the cops that open fire on those vehicles with out any proof are as guilty as Dorner and I bet they will get off easy. There are crooks, corruption and people that abuse their power every where you go, but killing people just to prove a point is a no no in my book and he got what he deserve. No matter how we look at this or probe that he was wronged, those 4 people will never go back to their families. Sad, very sad.
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I reckon that, once the decision was made to hunt him down, there was no chance of him coming out of this alive and he knew there would be no chance of surrendering and being able to voice his side of the story.
Whether or not he was guilty of murdering anyone or what the true nature of those murders were, we will only ever hear one side of it, period.
Guilty or not, he did what anyone would do when in that situation:
He shot back.

I also find it funny how so many people feel they reserve the right to condone his execution. As if they personally investigated this case and have proof of his guilt. Just curious, what proof do we really have? Oh yeah, we heard it on the news. Do we really believe anything the LAPD has to say? Does anyone have enough "proof" to be screaming for someone's execution?
It's too phuckin easy. Honestly, I'm gonna stop voicing out against corruption and deceit and just join them. I'm wasting a lifetime of taking advantage of people. I could be so frikkin rich right now.
"I reckon that, once the decision was made to hunt him down, there was no chance of him coming out of this alive and he knew there would be no chance of surrendering and being able to voice his side of the story. Any news outlet in the world would have been delighted to take Mr. Dorner into their custody, publicly, and protected him from the po-lice while his story was presented, ad-nausea, to the everyone.
Surely, this Special-Ops-Highly Trained-Super-Skilled Angel of Peace could have figured that out.

Or, is Mark Fuhrman right, that he just scraped-by in the Navy, Police Academy and LAPD until he proved the Peter Principal.


I'm thinking you have no first hand experience with the workings of law enforcement and Internal Affairs.
Like you they work in a system that sometimes fails but is usually right and they, again like you, do their jobs as efficiently, competently and honestly as possible.

Your statements indicate that you have not been in combat.
Only the ignorant and idiots put themselves in the line of fire.

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On the other hand, maybe they are after you.

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He's dead. Good. The End.

Moral of the story...don't kill cops in CA

Dontcha wish they woulda killed that weirdo in colorado who shot up that movie theater? I do. Instead, he's gonna be fed some great meals, for free, for the rest of his life. One of those spineless colorado cops should have taken the shot. He'd be a hero.
Is exactly my line of thinking. Once you take a life of an innocent person for no reason, you just forfeit your own life. Like what happen to UBL, no capture, just kill the sob.
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I also find it funny how so many people feel they reserve the right to condone his execution. As if they personally investigated this case and have proof of his guilt. Just curious, what proof do we really have? Oh yeah, we heard it on the news. Do we really believe anything the LAPD has to say? Does anyone have enough "proof" to be screaming for someone's execution?
Is there any proof? Witnesses?

We do know there are inconsistencies and we do know that they somehow found his wallet different times at different places...

We do know they wanted him so bad they fired on innocent people...

And we do know they decided to burn him without knowing who else was in that house...

If all the gov't or law enforcement has to do is get in front of a camera and tell the world you did a bunch of sh!t that you may or may not of done and then kill you on sight without a trial, what makes you think you're exempt when someone has decided you've pissed them off?
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Dontcha wish they woulda killed that weirdo in colorado who shot up that movie theater? I do. Instead, he's gonna be fed some great meals, for free, for the rest of his life. One of those spineless colorado cops should have taken the shot. He'd be a hero.
Yes, I wish one of the people in that theater would have been allowed to conceal carry their firearm. Possibly one of the military personnel that were there. I wish someone woulda put a bullet in his head, the moment he lifted his weapon and that his was the only life lost.
The Dorner story seems to have drastically different circumstances. If Dorner had walked in and gunned down a movie theater or a school, they probably would have subdued him and he'd be awaiting trial. But, because Dorner was accused of killing a cop and 2 relatives of a cop, not just some ordinary civilians, there was a manhunt and he was gonna die, period. They had no intentions of proving his guilt and attempting to bring him in alive. I have a feeling he knew that and that's why he fired from the cabin, as opposed to walking out with his hands up. If he hadn't been a former member of one of the most corrupt and racist law enforcement agencies in the country and out to expose them, this wouldn't be such a hard pill for me to swallow.
Was he really guilty of the murders he was accused of? Fine, take him out.
But I don't think it all went down like they're saying it did. The whole thing smells like shit to me.

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If all the gov't or law enforcement has to do is get in front of a camera and tell the world you did a bunch of sh!t that you may or may not of done and then kill you on sight without a trial, what makes you think you're exempt when someone has decided you've pissed them off?
Seems to moving in that direction, huh?

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Reckon if Dorner had really wanted people to know what he thought he might have just gave-up?
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I reckon that, once the decision was made to hunt him down, there was no chance of him coming out of this alive and he knew there would be no chance of surrendering and being able to voice his side of the story.
Whether or not he was guilty of murdering anyone or what the true nature of those murders were, we will only ever hear one side of it, period.
Guilty or not, he did what anyone would do when in that situation:
He shot back.
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Any news outlet in the world would have been delighted to take Mr. Dorner into their custody, publicly, and protected him from the po-lice while his story was presented, ad-nausea, to the everyone.
Surely, this Special-Ops-Highly Trained-Super-Skilled Angel of Peace could have figured that out.

Or, is Mark Fuhrman right, that he just scraped-by in the Navy, Police Academy and LAPD until he proved the Peter Principal.


I'm thinking you have no first hand experience with the workings of law enforcement and Internal Affairs.
Like you they work in a system that sometimes fails but is usually right and they, again like you, do their jobs as efficiently, competently and honestly as possible.

Your statements indicate that you have not been in combat.
Only the ignorant and idiots put themselves in the line of fire.

And, apparently, at the sound of hoof beats, your first thought is; Zebras.
On the other hand, maybe they are after you.
The second part of my post wasn't directed at you. I apologize if you thought it was.
As far as hearing hoof beats, I'm sure sometimes they're zebras and sometimes they're horses. I don't always get it right. But I think the key is to hear the hoof beats at all and not always dismiss it as the wind. I'm okay with people thinking I'm crazy.

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Dorner declared war on the LAPD and there families he allegedly killed unarmed and armed people. By doing this he basically wrote his own death warrant and he new it. The LA County Sheriff dept went into "shoot first ask questions later mode" (all for our safety of course). They also ordered the media to stay back 7 miles (for their safety and to not give away police tactics to Dorner in case he was watching TV in between shooting at police) So, the OC Sheriff Dept lit the cabin up with cold and hot tear gas! But, with no intention of causing a fire of course. Dorner didn't have a chance and the authorities had no intention of giving him one. .
I know there is Law Enforcement that are members on this site and I know you guys probably see this mess differently. But, I think Dorner should of had his day in court but he effed it up for himself big time. And, with the LAPD's long history of corruption, racism and scandal after scandal, even the re opening of the investigation of Dorners termination has no chance of a non bias outcome. (pretty sad)
And the two most powerful gangs in SoCal (LAPD and LA County Sheriff) will keep getting away with shit while protecting us citizens and making a difference in peoples lives!

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Kinda how I feel about it.

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Well it seems the LAPD now makes NYC police force look like a model organization.
None of us knows the real story including any law enforcement members here.
The police is a hard working, law abiding and enforcing organization, as a whole, but the 1% that aren't are allowed to remain and they are the ones to go crazy and give the organization a bad rap. But since their supervisors still give them guns and authority to go out into the public, police as a group deserve all the bad press and protest that they fall victim to.
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