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Originally posted by bo12au
Any ideas on the I M O A
Originally posted by ThePublicEnemyNo1
reply to post by ThePublicEnemyNo1
I also want to add...that I in no way support the murders of any INNOCENT person simply because one is dissatisfied with the outcome of a request.
I also want to state that I am not slightly convinced by this whole Dorner story either.
Originally posted by wearewatchingyouman
reply to post by ThePublicEnemyNo1
If I remember correctly it's estimated that the truck caught fire around 8am.... and It wasn't discovered until after 2... It's my opinion that he had a bike or a motorcycle stashed in the vicinity of where he sent his truck over the cliff.... But even if he didn't that gives him a full four hours... Even at a light jog on those fire roads someone in decent shape can cover five miles an hour.... That puts 20 miles between him and the truck... It was reported that the search area was only two square miles the first day... I personally think he made his way to the high desert... somewhere between Apple Valley and 29 palms...
As far as the badge goes I don't really have a good explanation... that's the weirdest part of this whole thing for me too....
edit on 9-2-2013 by wearewatchingyouman because: fix
Originally posted by onequestion
Where is the whitehouse? His guy is a naval officer I can't believe the whitehouse isn't involved.
Ex-girlfriend Ariana Williams told ABC 7 that she was initially attracted to Dorner, who was outgoing and friendly. But she became troubled by his paranoia.
Williams told he had guns all over her house: "He'd be in the bed and there'd be one by the bed. There'd be one on the kitchen counter. There may be a combat knife or something, maybe I saw, in the bathroom one day or in the kitchen. He said, 'You know, you're always on duty. When you're a cop, you don't ever know who is watching you or following you."
After they broke up, Williams wrote a post about him on DontDateHimGirl.com, and Dorner filed a restraining order against her, according to court papers from 2006. Dorner claimed that Williams was harassing him and sent him a threatening letter to his home.
Williams said now she is worried about Dorner coming back to settle an old score: "I had the phone on 911 when I opened my door of the apartment, I mean, just, you know, things you would do if you felt like you didn't know where somebody was and you didn't end on good terms with him. Why wouldn't he come after anyone at this point?"
His training officer Sgt. Teresa Evans said that Dorner repeatedly asked why he was being put back on patrol without reintegration training.
At one point, he began weeping in his patrol car and demanded to be taken back to the police academy for retraining. Evans warned Dorner that she was going to give him a poor performance review if he didn't improve while he was on patrol.
This is where Dorner's "manifesto" picks up. He reported that Evans kicked a schizophrenic man Christopher Gettler while they were on patrol one evening. Gettler's testimony backed up Dorner's claim, but the Board of Review was skeptical of Dorner's claim since he was a troubled employee. The board did not believe Gettler was a reliable witness and ruled in favor of Evans who had seniority. Dorner lost his job for making the report, an incident that he says looms large in Dorner's manifesto.