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It’s Over: Christopher Dorner is Believed to be Dead

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There are some who wonder if the LAPD even wanted fugitive ex-police officer Christopher Dorner to make it out of the woods alive.  But that is all going to be subject to speculation, now that it’s been reported that Dorner has died.  Dorner’s body was found inside a cabin that had been set on fire.

Police threw tear gas into the house and are still saying that the body has not yet been officially identified.  The official process can take hours or even days.  Police say that as they moved toward the cabin, they heard a single gunshot, so there is speculation that Dorner may have decided to kill himself.

Police told Dorner to surrender on a loudspeaker, and when they got no response, they decided to tear down the walls of the cabin and enter with tear gas.   They also say that after they heard the gunshot, fire spread throughout the cabin.

Dorner’s death came after a killing spree that left four dead, including two police officers.  Dorner wrote a manifesto claiming that he committed the killings in response to disparate treatment and corruption he witnessed within the Los Angeles Police Department.   Dorner allegedly broke into a home, tied up a couple and stole their pickup truck.

Dorner was spotted later in the truck by a local officer, and a firefight ensued.  Dorner was then able to get away and hide in a cabin nearby.   One deputy was hit when Dorner fired a shot out of the cabin an another was injured when Dorner came out the back of the cabin and used a smoke bomb to try to get away.  But instead of getting away, he was forced back inside the cabin.

Police pursued over 1,000 tips they received about Dorner’s whereabouts before finding him in the cabin.  There were rumors that he’d escaped to Mexico.   Over 200 officers went through Big Bear Mountain looking for Dorner, searching the mountain cabin-by-cabin.

Dorner had threatened “unconventional and asymmetrical warfare” against the police if they decided to retaliate against him.  

 

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11 comments

  1. David, the martyrs you mentioned fought because of hundreds of years of enslavement of their people, not because they had a personal grudge. If you don’t know the difference, I can’t help you.

  2. Personally i hoped he escaped and is,nt dead.

  3. “KING-KONG AIN’T GOT NOTHING ON ME!!!”

  4. David, you are sadly mistaken. I have never accepted or ignored any injustice to myself or anyone else that I knew of. I am far from being a coward and when it is necessary I have absolutely no problem confronting my accusers and addressing situations appropriately. It is very much an act of cowardice to hide behind a door or a wall and shoot innocent people who have absolutely no chance of either securing or defending themselves. If you think not choosing violence means that one accepts poor treatment, you clearly have no insight into behavior or any problem-solving skills. Most sane, rational, intelligent people don’t create an army of one because they feel slighted. It’s funny how you people side with Dorner’s murderous rampage yet you admonish President Obama to stop the violence in Chcago. That make you hypocrites and fork-tongued snakes. Get a grip. Everybody’s treated unfairly, but we don’t all live in poverty of soul and depravity.Not resorting to violence doesn’t make me cowardly or we, however excusing violence makes you an animal.

    • If we go by your logic then the great Nat Turner,John Brown and Denmark Vesey were all cowards..is that what you’re saying? If not, then what’s the difference?

  5. David, you are sadly mistaken. I have never accepted or ignored any injustice to myself or anyone else that I knew of. I am far from being a coward and when it is necessary I have absolutely no problem confronting my accusers and addressing situations appropriately. It is very much an act of cowardice to hide behind a door or a wall and shoot innocent people who have absolutely no chance of either securing or defending themselves. If you think not choosing violence means that one accepts poor treatment, you clearly have no insight into behavior or any problem-solving skills. Most sane, rational, intelligent people don’t create an army of one because they feel slighted. It’s funny how you people side with Dorner’s murderous rampage yet you admonish President Obama to stop the violence in Chcago. That make you hypocrites and fork-tongued snakes. Get a grip. Everybody’s treated unfairly, but we don’t all live in poverty of soul and depravity.Not resorting to violence doesn’t make me cowardly or we, however excusing violence makes you an animal.

  6. Nobody judged Chris Dorner. If you think volunteering for the Armed Forces and having to kill as a result of that is the same as breaking into the home of innocent unarmed citizens, there is something seriously decrepit about you. If you “hoped they killed the wrong guy”, may God have mercy on your eerie soul. What if that wrong guy was your son?

    In spite of what Dorner hoped to accomplish, the only thing he’ll be remembered for is his hate-filled rhetoric and psychopathy. True heroes stand and fight for what they believe in, not kill and run.

  7. I pray it is Dorner who is dead and not another innocent person. I wish he had been man enough to fight for his beliefs unto death rather than snuff out the lives of people who had absolutely nothing to do with his rage. As a matter of fact, his foul temper, complete lack of moral obligation, and inability to be reasonable might be why his career in law enforcement was short-lived. I’ve worked in field for more than 25 years. I’ve been ridiculed, embarrassed in the presence of peers, short-changed in salary and pass-over for promotion on more than one occasion. Not one single time did it occur to me that answer to exposing all the corruption was to create an arsenal and start killing the family members of what I felt to be perpetrators. A society where people don’t have to held accountable for their behavior is a society where people live like rabid animals. Dorner was a psychotic freak. He had to be taken down. His murderous rampage was not going to end.

    • @Truthbeliever, in your judgement of Dorner, some might consider your actions to accept and ignore the racism you encountered from whites as a cowardly act.

      Your decision to accept that hurt and pain of racism doesn’t make you right, it just means you decided to handle the situation in a differnt manner.

      Throughout history many black men chose violence over your decision to ignore and accept the racism from whites. Thank God you didn’t kill, but everyone handles racism differently and it doesn’t mean they are crazy as you suggest.

      Dorner is the first black man to kill whites due to perceived racism, and he will not be the last.

      Not saying Dorner is right in what he did…but as Chris Rock said, as a black man living in racist America I understand!

  8. Black people are really sad.
    I keep hearing some of you saying that he killed innocent people.but when this man served in the military and killed innocent people, no one judged his action then. Is it because america deemed them enemies?

    Look what this man understood is what most all blacks fail to understand. If i have the right to go to someone else country and kill people who did absolutely nothing against me just because my country said “they are enemies” don’t this tell me that when my country becomes my enemy, i have just as a right to defend myself as he did when fighting for this country.

    Black people quit fearing white america. Just because they deem someone innocent or deem them an enemy. Don’t mean you have to view it as they do. They are not God. They convince people to believe they have the right to do wrong and set laws. But have you ever asked yourself, who gave them this right.

    What dorner did is what he know to be true. If my country conditioned me to kill my enemy, then that is what i do. You can’t see it one way like white america. Stop being trained to look at right and wrong from their point of view.

    What all blacks should have done is support him verbally and physically, as should all black policeman nationwide.

    STAND UP BLACK PEOPLE, FIGHT THE REAL WAR AND NOT THE WARS YOU ARE CONDITIONED TO FIGHT.

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