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Supporters of Chris Dorner Show Their Support In Front of LAPD Headquarters

Dorner supportersBy Darron Smith

In Los Angeles, dozens of pro-Dorner supporters rallied outside of the Los Angeles Police Department headquarters on Saturday in support of the ex-LAPD officer and suspected cop killer. This protest comes after a shootout between Dorner and police that ended in a massive house fire earlier this month at a mountain cabin in Big Bear, California.

Protestors told the Los Angeles Times at the Saturday rally that they did not support Dorner’s deadly scheme in the killing of four innocent people, but objected to racism, police corruption and brutality believed to be Dorner’s motive that led to the rampage in the first place. Since Dorner’s death, at least two more police officers have come out with similar allegations about their own experiences with racism and mistreatment in the police department. Michael Nam, 30, held a sign with a flaming tombstone and the inscription “RIP Habeas Corpus.” Nam, further stated it was “pretty obvious” police had no intention of bringing Dorner in alive. Other protestors in attendance said they were angered by the conduct of the massive manhunt that led to Dorner’s death and injuries to innocent bystanders who were mistaken for him. The supporters believe that the LAPD is in need of serious reform of its institutional practices and a thorough review of its policies.

Christopher Dorner’s autopsy alleges  that he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, which brought an end to the stand off, but inspired a burgeoning subculture of followers. While most don’t condone killing, they see him as an outlaw hero who raged against the machine, and some still even question whether he really died.

23 Responses to Supporters of Chris Dorner Show Their Support In Front of LAPD Headquarters

  1. James Gooch, Jr.

    December 2, 2013 at 2:36 am

    After I heard this story, it made me feel and think that the LAPD is very toxic and need to be investigated.

    James Gooch

  2. ANGEL

    February 22, 2013 at 2:11 pm

    What Chris Dorner done was horribly wrong and he payed for
    it. NOW……IT’S TIME FOR THE L.A.P.D TO PAY FOR ALL THE
    HORRIBLE, SENSELESS, WRONGLY KILLINGS THEY HAVE BEEN DOING
    FOR A LONG…LONG…TIME! This is just the beginning. If
    you continue to push people OVER the EDGE this is what you
    can expect! KARMA IS HERE!!!

  3. Betty

    February 21, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    Let’s just hope they keep it up. It’s what Chris would have wanted.

  4. ERIC

    February 21, 2013 at 3:45 pm

    Chris is a hero, its just too bad more minorities dont fight back against police brutality, police corruption and racism. Then when it happens to them, they just want to complain, stop complaining because nothing is going to change. They been doing it since back in the slavery days, so what make u think they will stop it now? You better pick up a weapon and fight for your own rights or die.. Make a choice.. If the police and not just the crooked corrupt LAPD, but the crooked NYPD and other police can kill and illegally beat black males, than black males can kill and beat them to. Defend yourselfs, OR SHUT UP AND GET BEAT AND LET THEM KILL U

    • BigWill

      February 21, 2013 at 4:39 pm

      When US citizens truly grow tied of PoPo misconduct there is a is a simple solution; Pay these pigs an unannounced home visit. Their name, place of residence is easily found. With so many guns on the street it shouldn’t be a problem to overwhelm them with fire power.

  5. Erica

    February 21, 2013 at 2:34 pm

    They are not going to get anywhere. That was yesterday’s news. A new cycle in the news have begun. If the people want answers get someone from outside the state with no LAPD connections, and that will be a stretch.

  6. Cornelius Solomon

    February 21, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    One of the primary reasons that we have laws, statutes, courts, enforcement… is, ostensibly, to prevent our citizens, corporations… from taking the law into their own hands. For some reason, this citizen (and remember that he was a citizen… of the United States), felt that justice was denied and that his rights were violated. We need to work hard to ensure that the system works. If it is determined that justice was denied, the violaters need to receive swift and sure justice!

  7. Cornelius Solomon

    February 21, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    One of the primary reasons that we have laws, statutes, courts, enforcement… is, ostensibly, to prevent our citizens, corporations… from taking the law into their own hands. For some reason, this citizen (and remember that he was a citizen… of the United States), felt that justice was denied and that his rights were violated. We need to work hard to ensure that the system works. If it is determined that justice was denied, the violaters need to receive swift and sure justice!

  8. Haile

    February 21, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    That is very noble of the protesters. Every one need to supprot them.This racism is ingrained in all the American police departments and LAPD and NYPD are the leaders.

    • TEELEM

      February 22, 2013 at 2:29 pm

      WE AS BLACK PEOPLE NEED TO LOVE ONE ANOTHER,BUT WE LOST THE WAY
      TO PROTECT ONE ANOTHER,WE LOST THE WAY OF AM I MY BROTHERS KEEPER.WE ARE JUST BLACKMEN TO EACH OTHER,WE ARE NOT BROTHERS
      LIKE WE USE TO BE,WHAT HAPPENED ?.WE BECAME SELFISH,AND ONLY
      CONCERNED ABOUT OURSELVES.MY BROTHA,THE CHANGE START IN THE HOOD WITH THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY AND IT ENDS IN THE HOOD WITH
      THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY.LOVE ME IN YOUR ANGER,DISRESPECT,BEATDOWNS.
      SPARE MY LIFE WITH YOUR LOVE.WALK AWAY AND LET ANOTHER BROTHA LIVE ANOTHER DAY,AND PLEASE GET RID OF THESE STREET CODES THAT
      YOU LIVE BY,I THINK IF WE CAN CHANGE THE STREET CODES,WE CAN
      CHANGE THE MINDS OF A COMMUNITY EVENTHOUGH SOME WILL RESIST.
      PLEASE LOVE ME BACK MY BROTHA.

  9. bill

    February 21, 2013 at 5:39 am

    The killing of Blacks and Latinos around the country by police is racist and need to be dealt with. In the nam of Chris Dorner .

    • BigWill

      February 21, 2013 at 4:45 pm

      When US citizens truly grow tied of PoPo misconduct there is a simple solution; Pay these pigs an unannounced home visit. Their name, place of residence is easily found. With so many guns on the street it shouldn’t be a problem to overwhelm them with fire power.

  10. Shirley Quinn

    February 20, 2013 at 9:48 pm

    The Cops had no intention of letting him LIVE; 100 cops Burned him alive… I Do not Condone the Killing by Dorner; But, when you are stripped of your name, Job and Family, you can become Nuts, unbalanced, however, he did not kill the other people… My Heart and Condolences Go to his Mother, its Horrible to die without your Mother, he was so young. They took is Job over a valid complaint and stole his military status. All those Ca., Cops that Beat Rodney King senseless, now have high profile jobs. Every citizen needs to be Scared in LA;; especially if you are Black; because Racism is Wild & Loose in the charge of the White Police… Not one bit of Mercy was shown… Dorner was treated like a Dog and the Ca., Troubled Justice went Along for the Ride to throw out its Own; and he becomes the Prey!! Shame on the Police High & Low… & the woman Officer goes Free without question. The K-Court was Just that – Hopped to its own corruption.
    ho

    • WizardG

      February 20, 2013 at 11:30 pm

      The Police and other sanctioned law enforcement agencies have a long ingrained almost fanatic and unreal tradition of selfrighteous power and control! Throughout the history of the ‘US’ the “whites” have used that power to annhilate and descriminate against ‘people of color’, but they have always had a passion for destroying what mediocre lives ‘their people’ have reduced the African-American “black” population to. They have abused us ever since ‘before’ bringing our ancestors here, and they still abuse us here and everywhere blacks live!
      It’s assimilation and pure insanity which causes many of us to act like them, and help to them abuse us, and it’s pure surmounting lunacy which causes some of the overall “American” community to go completely and violently insane!
      Stand back and observe, as people who thought that they were sane go completely ballistic here and around the world. Such is the condition of the minds of present day mankind! We can expect an already incredibly insane world population to sink into worse, more unbelievable terror, and self-abuse. It’s impossible for mankind to understand that we are all very closely related and that our genes are creating insane monsters of every conceivable ilk. Nothing good can come from the madness of the human mind, but our fantasies, insane beliefs, and selfserving ideas tell us differently. As for the sickness in our judicial system. It’s bound to get much, much, much worse!

  11. Elizabeth

    February 20, 2013 at 9:34 pm

    These supporters are protesting against racism,
    hatred, lies etc. They are not protesting in support
    of the murders committed by Mr. Dorner. Don’t get it
    twisted. I want to know the truth, we need to know what
    atrocities (if any) committed by the LAPD caused
    this man to commit murder.

  12. Kim

    February 20, 2013 at 9:31 pm

    Times have not changed. People been murdering for centuris and es and willing to die for what they feel is truth or what
    should be. If ppl know their American History, they would know take a look at the assassination of one of our earlier day Presidents –James Garfield killed by a disgruntled
    frustrated office worker in 1881 to move congress into
    action. That is why the Civil Service Act or the Pendleton act came into being. And I don’t want to hear well that was
    back in slavery days. Murder is Murder! Well to those who
    feel these things occurred in slavery days – Slavery days
    never ended. They still occur in a modernized formation. Employers taking our jobs from us to keep us in bondage.
    What part is not understandable here?? Well I guess until
    things happen to those who do not feel the hurt, pain and
    trauma they will never understand. SOme ppl as Chris just
    take things to the level he did. I feel the pain he endured
    but I am not taking another life and then end mine. Modern Day Slave Authoritives are not worth it but on teh other hand
    many wonder why those kind end up losing thier life too.
    Stop Freakin with OUR livlihoods in these terrible times we
    are living. Let us have our jobs and they can have thier
    lives! I mean how simple is that???

    • WizardG

      February 20, 2013 at 11:48 pm

      @Kim. There’s a method to all of the madness. We are animals that have created our own belief systems, our own views of the world we live in, and in every scenario we put ourselves above other animals and other humans. We think we are sane but very few of us know anything about psychology, biology, or just how superstitious and deceptive to ourselves we are!
      We are all insane to varying degrees and it appears that we are sliding even further into mass insanity!
      Take a good look around the world and you will see nothing but genocide and mass destruction of mankind and the world by mankind! We have the insanity to place ourselves above other species, but we are the only totally insane species on the planet bent on annihilating ourselves and other other species as well as the earth’s life support system itself! Things are getting worse and only our faulty minds would urge us to believe that there is a loving being “God” to receive us lunatics!

      • Dr LUV

        February 21, 2013 at 6:54 am

        WIZARD… you betta keep SPEAKIN THE TRUTH!!

      • elaine

        February 21, 2013 at 11:25 am

        Here, here, WizardG.

  13. David

    February 20, 2013 at 9:04 pm

    Umm. . . so these supporters think they can separate the fact that Dorner killed innocent people from his “heroicism” of “raging against the machine”? Killing bystanders is not fighting “the man”. It’s just killing innocent people. Fighting the man is standing up to oppressive government, not killing your fellow citizens. This kind of reaction by Dorner supporters is the same kind of quackery of the “Sandy Hook is a conspiracy by liberals to promote gun control” variety. Killing innocents is never the answer: see Obama killing hundreds of children in drone attacks. . .

    • David2001

      February 20, 2013 at 9:26 pm

      Too bad Dorner didn’t visit you before he was killed.

      • Benjamin Ilori

        February 20, 2013 at 11:36 pm

        David, Why bring Obama into this discussion? You are glued to Fox news at all time. Only brainless idiots watch Fox news. Keep the President out of this discussion.

    • InternetGuy

      February 22, 2013 at 12:37 am

      Chris Dorner was just one more nut with an axe to grind that should have been put out of mind. It is sick that his ranting so-called manifesto has managed to impress people from one coast to the next and not all of them are the miserable idiots that support him on FaceBook. The man murdered people in cold blood that were disconnected from his issues, civilians and innocents. That is not heroic in the least. It is craven. There is no such thing as a necessary evil. It is a fictitious term used to dress up deeds what we all know to be vile. Burn in Hell, Chris.