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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-13 22:31:59 Reply

At 2/13/13 10:05 PM, Lumber-Jax12 wrote: So siding with the law is me crying?

Getting mad when others do not is.

Clearly you're such a big man because you refuse to follow the rest of society, I'm just a lowly sheep with useless morals, I guess you are the better man.

There's an inherent difference between being a cool edgy rebel who rejects all authority, and not liking when those in power abuse it.

Honestly trying to reason to you people is about as productive as trying to watch paint dry.

You think that because we don't like LAPD we don't like the law


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-13 23:23:18 Reply

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/feb/12/christopher-dorn er-shootout-big-bear-live
" A press conference is under way in Los Angeles. LAPD police commander Andrew Smith corrects an earlier report from the Riverside County police chief that a body had been found and identified in the cabin. He says no body has been found, and indeed the fire in the cabin is so hot that officers have not been able to enter the cabin."
So the police are once again retracting their statements.


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-14 03:25:48 Reply

At 2/13/13 08:42 PM, Emma wrote:
At 2/13/13 05:58 PM, Gramiscus wrote: but to think that the police burned him to death inside of a cabin..
man, if that wasn't him ..
Yeah, what if that guy who engaged in a firefight with police wasn't THE guy!

Good thing they let the cabin burn anyway.

For real though. It's like a hollywood movie. If he pulled a bait and switch with a deputy and escaped somehow, I'd start a kickstarter for making a movie about the man right fucking now.

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-14 05:34:45 Reply

At 2/13/13 11:23 PM, Stretchysumo wrote:
So the police are once again retracting their statements.

From what I had seen they were correcting what the news stations had been reporting and what some officers were rumouring. They never report anything until after its over.


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-14 05:39:02 Reply

At 2/13/13 04:33 PM, Ragnarokia wrote:
He was obviously going to die regardless, even if he didn't go on a killing spree he would have gotten into an "accident". He wouldn't have been the first.

I said it before he was suicdial. He did not want to be arrested. He wanted to be killed. He probably thought it would make his message more powerful.


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-14 11:31:08 Reply

At 2/13/13 11:23 PM, Stretchysumo wrote: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/feb/12/christopher-dorn er-shootout-big-bear-live
" A press conference is under way in Los Angeles. LAPD police commander Andrew Smith corrects an earlier report from the Riverside County police chief that a body had been found and identified in the cabin. He says no body has been found, and indeed the fire in the cabin is so hot that officers have not been able to enter the cabin."
So the police are once again retracting their statements.

His wallet had been found once in Mexico and then found again in the cabin. Let's assume this guy carried 2 wallets, go to Mexico then returned to Big Bear... how the hell did his wallet not being burned but his whole body did?

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-14 12:13:13 Reply

At 2/14/13 12:05 PM, Escalus wrote:
easy, they found his wallet in mexico, took it with them to toss in the cabin after the flames subsided.

His wallet was found near a stadium with his police badge in it.


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 00:47:03 Reply

Welp the saga is allegedly over. The remains in the rubble were confirmed to be that of Dorner's

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 01:10:04 Reply

a fucking retard kills a bunch of people gets himself killed and the lapd is still corrupt and the media is also corrupt and everyone just follows like sheep


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 01:14:30 Reply

At 2/15/13 12:47 AM, All-American-Badass wrote: The remains in the rubble were confirmed to be that of Dorner's

That is disappointing. And the greedy witnesses won't even get their money.


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 01:22:13 Reply

If dorner was so smart he wouldn't have died so quick

if he was just like a normal person then he would have died much quicker but still

if he was so smart and was in the military he should have made bombs or something and blew up a police station n kill a few pigs


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 16:06:25 Reply

At 2/15/13 01:14 AM, Jin wrote:
At 2/15/13 12:47 AM, All-American-Badass wrote: The remains in the rubble were confirmed to be that of Dorner's
That is disappointing. And the greedy witnesses won't even get their money.

Nope, even though their information lead to him being found but the LAPD never intended to capture but to kill him.

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 16:14:34 Reply

I think he knew full well that he'd be killed quickly, he just wanted to expose them, and their ruthless tactics supported what he said. The point was never to actually kill everyone on his hitlist, but to instill fear into the LAPD and cause them to do crazy shit in the panic, which they did. After all the blatant contradictions to the media, gunning down civilians, getting caught setting the cabin on fire, I'd say he achieved his purpose.


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 16:52:56 Reply

At 2/15/13 01:22 AM, Socratius wrote: If dorner was so smart he wouldn't have died so quick

if he was just like a normal person then he would have died much quicker but still

if he was so smart and was in the military he should have made bombs or something and blew up a police station n kill a few pigs

Being trained by the military doesn't make a person basically Superman.

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 19:07:11 Reply

At 2/15/13 12:47 AM, All-American-Badass wrote: Welp the saga is allegedly over. The remains in the rubble were confirmed to be that of Dorner's

He's not dead, don't believe the news.

If anything it's a ploy to make it seem like the LAPD is actually on top of things. Just think about how the LAPD would look if they told everyone that Dorner got away. They can't have that, now can they?


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 19:09:25 Reply

I think its funny how poorly the LAPD is trying to cover their corruption and failures. Its like watching only fools and horses LAPD edition.

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 19:13:55 Reply

At 2/15/13 01:22 AM, Socratius wrote: If dorner was so smart he wouldn't have died so quick
if he was just like a normal person then he would have died much quicker but still
if he was so smart and was in the military he should have made bombs or something and blew up a police station n kill a few pigs

How's middle school treating you?

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-15 21:31:20 Reply

At 2/15/13 07:07 PM, Piggler wrote:
At 2/15/13 12:47 AM, All-American-Badass wrote: Welp the saga is allegedly over. The remains in the rubble were confirmed to be that of Dorner's
He's not dead, don't believe the news.

If anything it's a ploy to make it seem like the LAPD is actually on top of things. Just think about how the LAPD would look if they told everyone that Dorner got away. They can't have that, now can they?

Well it would make sense. the LAPD no longer has those on Dorner's hit list under protection so if Dorner escpaed he could very well strike again with greater ease and the LAPD can go to shooting at random vehicles because they might be that of a suspect without criticism from the media because no one would know it happened.

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-16 00:20:56 Reply

See people? The LAPD is keeping you perfectly safe!

As long as you're not hostage from someone they want dead at all cost. Doesn't look like him. Doesn't drive the same kind of car. Does not get close of a protected individual.

Well... Barricade yourself at home when they operate and they will protect you even better! Unless they think the guy is inside your house, then you may want to run outside before you burn alive. But you should not blame the LAPD and instead blame the fire department if this happen isn't it?

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-02-28 19:27:01 Reply

First, any indication of me being mad is on you. Saddened maybe, that people actually think this way, but no I'm not smashing every individual key spewing curses trying to reason with you people.

Second, I wasn't responding to you, now was I?

Third, I say it again. If you sincerely believe that this man is in the right, then I'd advise you'd seek help. The LAPD has it's share of problems, sure, so does every other organization since the birth of Man. But to take up violence over fleeting corruption (which it is, If anyone has any proof otherwise, please show me) and kill people simply because they're related to a Police Officer is nonsensical.

We haven't killed Bin Laden's estranged son, because despite what some people might say, we're not lawless savages. Unlike Dorner, we can follow

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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-03-01 00:18:42 Reply

He's a hero in my book. Completely justified. Terminated for doing what is right is terrible. Those corrupt officers got what was coming to them. It was the only option left as words obviously didn't work. Sucks that he died but hopefully this will inspire the few good officers left to stand up for what is right.

You fucking drones that defend the LAPD are part of the reason the way things are. You should be ashamed to call yourself an American you vile pieces of meaningless shit. At least he took a stand for a change he truly wanted.


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-03-01 00:45:17 Reply

At 3/1/13 12:18 AM, chris4322 wrote: He's a hero in my book. Completely justified. Terminated for doing what is right is terrible. Those corrupt officers got what was coming to them. It was the only option left as words obviously didn't work. Sucks that he died but hopefully this will inspire the few good officers left to stand up for what is right.

You fucking drones that defend the LAPD are part of the reason the way things are. You should be ashamed to call yourself an American you vile pieces of meaningless shit. At least he took a stand for a change he truly wanted.

The line between justified hero and martyred villain is not concrete, but let's agree on some things.

First and foremost, the innocents who lost their lives in this tragedy should not be trivialized. Respect is due.
Lots of things need to be fixed, too.

We need options.


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Response to Ex-cop goes on rampage in LA 2013-03-01 00:49:09 Reply

At 3/1/13 12:45 AM, Gramiscus wrote:
At 3/1/13 12:18 AM, chris4322 wrote: He's a hero in my book. Completely justified. Terminated for doing what is right is terrible. Those corrupt officers got what was coming to them. It was the only option left as words obviously didn't work. Sucks that he died but hopefully this will inspire the few good officers left to stand up for what is right.

You fucking drones that defend the LAPD are part of the reason the way things are. You should be ashamed to call yourself an American you vile pieces of meaningless shit. At least he took a stand for a change he truly wanted.
The line between justified hero and martyred villain is not concrete, but let's agree on some things.

First and foremost, the innocents who lost their lives in this tragedy should not be trivialized. Respect is due.
Lots of things need to be fixed, too.

We need options.

You're right on that. It's just sad to see a man being pushed over the edge for doing what any good citizen should do. But change needs to happen or I guarantee that there will be more incidents such as this is the near future.


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