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Holy shit. Its not even the same model truck that guy drives right? He drives a Nissan and they are shooting up a Toyota. Its not like its that hard to distinguish the two.
Any chance we can get him to clean up the PGPD before they kill him?
Pretty disgusting how people are clinging to him as some sort of a hero. And I hate cops.
Yeah, it doesn't justify what he has done at all, but it does look like he has some legitimate issues with the LAPD. From the outside looking in, it appears he was fired for reporting a superior officer for unnecessary brutality.
I don't know what you mean, but it had the cadence of a joke.
I guess I could kind of understand the killing cops part, but why kill their families?
When you stalk and gun down an individual and her fiancee because you have a beef with her father, then you qualify as having a screw loose, IMO.
Hey, get with the program, you rebel! He can't possibly have a legitimate gripe about anything. He was fired for lying, for chrissakes! Why, if everybody who was caught lying was fired, we might be able to trust what politicians, the media, corporations and their leadership says!
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This crazy killing spree actually makes me think that he wasn't lying.
Not saying otherwise.
"An attorney representing two women who were delivering newspapers when they were shot by police during a massive manhunt for an ex-LAPD officer called the incident "unacceptable," saying his clients looked nothing like the suspect.
Emma Hernandez, 71, was delivering the Los Angeles Times with her daughter, Margie Carranza, 47, in the 19500 block of Redbeam Avenue in Torrance on Thursday morning when Los Angeles police detectives apparently mistook their pickup for that of Christopher Dorner, the 33-year-old fugitive suspected of killing three people and injuring two others.
Television images from the scene of the shooting showed newspapers scattered alongside the blue pickup and in the bed of the bullet-ridden vehicle, which sat on the street for hours after the shooting. Jonas said the vehicle was also "the wrong color and the wrong model," compared to Dorner's."
Wasn't part of his manifesto that because of the LAPD he wasn't able to have a family (not sure what about the LAPD kept him from having a family).
Yeah Im sure him being a nutball had nothing to do with his inability to find a woman to procreate with.
"Are we sure this dude is totally nuts"? This quote from you sort of sounded that way.
Yeah, I didn't really understand that part and it pretty much is the reason why he's a complete nutjob instead of just a psycho with a legit beef.
Here's his case file against the LAPD.
DORNER v. LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT CHRISTOPHER DORNER, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT et al., Defendants and Respondents. No. B225674. Court of Appeals of California, Second District, Division Four. Filed October 3, 2011. Law Office of David J. Duchrow, Jill A. Piano and David J. Duchrow for Plaintiff and Appellant. Carmen A.
I'm sure he's crazy in some way. Normal people don't go on shooting sprees. Just curious whether that meant that his beefs were illegitimate or not.
Found this lapd training video
If given the choice between death or having your child killed because of something you did, I think most people would think death is the less horrible choice. He's doing the latter because it's a worse fate. I imagine his thinking is to instill the most amount of fear and pain as possible.
I'm don't in any way want to sound like I'm trying to justify it, but if he killed the guy, he might be replaced by someone equally as bad. But do you think the father of the girl who was killed will go back to work and ignore any corruption in the dept now (assuming this guy's arguments have some merit)?
This guy is awful and psycho, but in the long run he might be effective at bringing about change. He just lacks the empathy to see the innocent victims as anything other than collateral damage that gets in the way of an end goal.
From the manifesto: "I never had the opportunity to have a family of my own, I’m terminating yours. Quan, Anderson, Evans, and BOR members Look your wives/husbands and surviving children directly in the face and tell them the truth as to why your children are dead."
I didn't read that as him blaming the LAPD for not having a family.
Ashlye appearance. They didn't get a statement from Ashuhleey?
The call out to shark week makes me think this entire thing is legit.
Has congo posted recently?
That would be pretty mind-blowing if Congo ended up being a 270 lb. black guy. Not really my mental picture of him.
At one time or another, most people on here pictured Hogie as a 170lb black guy.
Yep, and finding out the truth was akin to figuring out there is no Santa Claus.
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