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Forum Post: Live Video of Christopher Dorner Manhunt

Posted 1 year ago on Feb. 12, 2013, 7:19 p.m. EST by quantumystic (1710) from Memphis, TN
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http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/12/live-video-of-christopher-dorner-manhunt/

Last Updated, 7:09 p.m. As our colleague Jennifer Media reports, law enforcement officials were involved in a shootout on Tuesday afternoon with Christopher J. Dorner, the former Los Angeles police officer who is the target of the largest manhunt in Los Angeles Police Department history, officials said.

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[-] 1 points by WSmith (1634) from Cornelius, OR 1 year ago

Having lived 30+ years in LA, I'm no fan of the LAPD. They have a big shitty job and it definitely affects them. But there is also a brutish culture, so if you are pulled over there don't be grabbing papers out of your glove compartment, coat pocket or bag, unless you have a death wish.

That said, anyone partaking in or watching Occupy demonstrations from coast to coast has witnessed a new kind of police who seem more suited for all out war than chaperoning harmless civil rights demonstrators. From their Robocop attire, assault weaponry, to their eminent danger behavior, these cops are over-reacting wildly!

Uniformly inhumane from coast to coast.

This is no mistake. Our Police Departments have been militarized, which is NOT GOOD for civilians, especially ones exercising their (Patriot Act conditional) rights to contest the Status Quo, the Power Elite or Big Bosses. But VERY GOOD for the fine upstanding Business Leaders who have contrived the 1% over the 99% situations (that Occupiers protest against) and sign the vast majority of the Police Fund contribution checks.

Blame it on Al Qaeda or Seattle, but these days any halfway decent 1% Tyranny absolutely requires a Gestapo Police Force. So keep infighting and get used to it, or Unite and change it!!

[-] 1 points by onenation (1) 1 year ago
[-] 1 points by bensdad (8977) 1 year ago

As of 9PM NY - I think he shot himself & burned up the cabin

[-] 1 points by Nader (74) 1 year ago

CNN is having a split screen of the Biden and Bohner preparing for the State of the Union and Dorner getting burnt up on the other. They are probably wishing they didn't have to switch to the political crap.

[-] 1 points by Nader (74) 1 year ago

They finally switched, State of the Union won out apparently.

[-] -2 points by DeathsHead1 (-111) 1 year ago

Do you celebrate every time Dorners kills a cop? Or a cops daughter? Makes you happy, doesn't it?

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[-] -1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 1 year ago

Nobody does. Dorner had to be brought down.

But we should look at the timeline of events. He didn't start as a mad dog. Once you see the whole picture, it's very clear that he was fired for telling the truth. He had bucked the chain of command and was punished for it.

It's a law of physics that sooner or later irresistible forces meet immovable objects.

Hopefully this will destroy Bratton's career. When he was here in NYC, he relied on humiliation and fear of the chain of command. When you nazify a police department bad things happen.

[-] -1 points by DeathsHead1 (-111) 1 year ago

So you know that he was telling the truth? Your proof? And since it seems that the OPs answer has been removed. I'll bet it was because he does celebrate the killing of police and their families.

[-] -2 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 1 year ago

For one, I can add 2 plus 2. I'm sure the whole LAPD knows he was telling the truth. But the the LAPD runs by gang rules, not justice rules. In gangs, the truth doesn't matter, respect for the leaders (the chain of command) does. The same is true for philosophical nazis.

Let me add, that Dorner was not in fact a mad dog (though he was insane) -- he didn't kill witnesses or the drivers of vehicles he hijacked.

[-] 0 points by DeathsHead1 (-111) 1 year ago

You just keep rationalizing. That garbage killed a mans child. Yeah, a real fucking hero....

[-] 0 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 1 year ago

Hero is not the word. A portent of the future is more like it. A word to the wise, not that you could hear it.