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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 06:09 AM
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Originally posted by WonderLustKing
MSM is reporting once again that they found charred remains and will be analyzing through forensics to determine as to whose they are...


Can't they just use that Bin Laden DNA test that gives you DNA analysis results within seconds? ;-) LOL
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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 06:10 AM
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The LAPD have proven themselves to be brutes who are ineffective at protecting the public and taking a fugitive alive with the means provided to them.
I can think of many ways they could've accomplished this. Instead, they chose the cowardly method.

The LAPD allowed fear to control them. If this is how LEOs react and respond when threatened, this backs up Dorner's statements about how abusive they are towards criminals they've already taken control over. They should be ashamed of themselves. I wouldn't be surprised if this grand finale creates more cop killers. If so, they only have themselves to blame -- again.
Great job, BOYS.



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 07:18 AM
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That is very interesting, the cops burned the fallen cops as to make sure that no evidence will be available to anybody, I still would love to know what this cop have on his fellow workers that it became such a horrible liability

Will there be a federal investigation to see what went wrong with the cop and the LAPD?

I guess not, usually crocks tend to protect each others, I see the entire police force in any state in the US as a organized mob that take care of their own.
it has been like that for ever.



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 07:46 AM
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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 08:36 AM
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lot of commentary on social media sites about this now. people are scratching their heads and wondering when it was ok for police to just burn people to death.

seeing reports now they found his drivers license in the cabin. the burning hot cabin in which the fire was so intense they couldn't enter for such a long time.

so do you guys get fireproof licenses in the US now? wow. thats impressive.
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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 08:46 AM
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Originally posted by randyvs
Let's play a game. Who can think of something that would fit this story line as it played out before us in every detail including the fatalities yet ends up being a completely different story than the one we're being told ? A different story that fits the story line perfectly ?
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They just announced on FOX 11 that Dorners drivers license was found in the cabin. I thought they found his wallet and badge which they said then, had his DL in it down in San Diego last week


eta
AP/Associated Press reported the driver license was found inside a wallet in the burnt cabin...
Not saying he couldn't have had two DL's, but that's highly unlikely.
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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 08:48 AM
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Now the LAPD can let all the blame fall on San Bernardino LE as to how this was handled
by burning Dorner to death.

LAPD has cleaned their hands at least of killing Dorner.
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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 09:00 AM
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This latest situation REEKS. Mostly of burnt wood and charred flesh, but also of significant breach of the law. As far as I am aware there are no democratic, or western nations, in which it is EVER appropriate for law enforcement officials to burn a target out of a building.

I have heard of SWAT teams smashing windows and smoking targets out with smoke and concussion grenades, and I have heard of comparable police units doing hard entries and shooting the living hell out of a place, but I have never heard of a police authority taking it into thier heads to burn a building down to get to a suspect.

This is gross and ridiculous, even considering the threat allegedly posed by Mr Dorner. As the image another poster put up points out, apparantly due process now means you get to die in a fire. The only upside is that since the body was allegedly found in the basement of the cabin, it is unlikely that Dorner died from being burned. He probably suffocated. That this is the silver lining on this fiasco ought to show just how messed up this situation is.



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 09:02 AM
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The Cult of Death has just been openly introduced in United States.
If someone didn't understand suicide martyrs from Middle East, now he will.
If people can't count on legal procedure, then all is allowed.
This is all an extension of the Right of the Emperor to decide who is to die.
In Ottoman Empire, Sultan would send his executioners with a silver cord to strangle the opposition.
Now they send flamethrowers and UAV's.
Dorner will be model for the next Spartacus.



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 09:19 AM
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Fireproof licenses have been around just after 9-11, made from the same material the fireproof passport that survived the fire in the towers.

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His police badge and police ID were found in San Diego, not his license. Still strange his wallet can survive the fire.



A badge and identification belonging to Dorner have been found in San Diego, according to San Diego Police Sgt. Ray Battrick. Dorner's LAPD badge and ID were found by someone near the city's airport and turned in to police overnight, The Associated Press reported.


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question to the police out there, don't you have to turn your badge in when you get fired from any law enforcement job?
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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 10:19 AM
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Originally posted by scottromansky
reply to post by lacrimaererum
 


Fireproof licenses have been around just after 9-11, made from the same material the fireproof passport that survived the fire in the towers.

edit:

His police badge and police ID were found in San Diego, not his license. Still strange his wallet can survive the fire.



A badge and identification belonging to Dorner have been found in San Diego, according to San Diego Police Sgt. Ray Battrick. Dorner's LAPD badge and ID were found by someone near the city's airport and turned in to police overnight, The Associated Press reported.


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question to the police out there, don't you have to turn your badge in when you get fired from any law enforcement job?
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I heard that...but it didn't specify Police ID, it said ID. Yes, when fired from LAPD he would have had to turn in his badge. That was a question I posed days ago...as found it considerably strange that he would still have his badge.

ETA
Our ID's and DL's out here in California are not fireproof either.
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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 10:21 AM
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Originally posted by ThePublicEnemyNo1

Originally posted by scottromansky
reply to post by lacrimaererum
 


Fireproof licenses have been around just after 9-11, made from the same material the fireproof passport that survived the fire in the towers.

edit:

His police badge and police ID were found in San Diego, not his license. Still strange his wallet can survive the fire.



A badge and identification belonging to Dorner have been found in San Diego, according to San Diego Police Sgt. Ray Battrick. Dorner's LAPD badge and ID were found by someone near the city's airport and turned in to police overnight, The Associated Press reported.


edit on 13-2-2013 by scottromansky because: (no reason given)


question to the police out there, don't you have to turn your badge in when you get fired from any law enforcement job?
edit on 13-2-2013 by scottromansky because: (no reason given)


I heard that...but it didn't specify Police ID, it said ID. Yes, when fired from LAPD he would have had to turn in his badge. That was a question I posed days ago...as found it considerably strange that he would still have his badge.


Well how many days in between him being fired and running away?



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 10:23 AM
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He got fired in January of 2009 or about just over 1400 days
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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 10:29 AM
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Good morning
Not everyone in the west is ignorant to this " Cult of death " of which you made reference.


In Ottoman Empire, Sultan would send his executioners with a silver cord to strangle the opposition.


Right here in this thread I eluded to one of their motto's

" The opposition, is the breakfast of Champions "



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 10:37 AM
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So what's your thoughts on this whole ordeal...haven't talked to you in a while


ETA
Not sure if you saw it already but Rick Heltebrake was interviewed by KTLA and this was the guy who was carjacked (had the dalmation). He said it was Dorner, that carjacked him...so seems like we have our first real witness.

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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 10:37 AM
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Actually, it was a SILK cord, my mistake


The system is falling apart in a fractal manner (meaning: gets corrupted and growing "tumors").
This kind of system overgrowth happens when there is no more trimming.
A trend has been openly confirmed now, and people can see it.
I just saw comments on CNN page. You should take a look at people's reactions. The war has been declared and hasn't stopped last night.

edition.cnn.com...

The title of this article is, cynically: Police work to confirm if Dorner's remains were found in burned cabin

So, they don't know who they've killed?




posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 10:45 AM
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Originally posted by ThePublicEnemyNo1

They just announced on FOX 11 that Dorners drivers license was found in the cabin. I thought they found his wallet and badge which they said then, had his DL in it down in San Diego last week



ThePublicEnemy, I heard something different; it was Mohamed Atta's passport they found in the rubble of the cabin, not Dorner's drivers license....



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 10:49 AM
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okay that was funny



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 10:54 AM
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Originally posted by ThePublicEnemyNo1
reply to post by randyvs
 


So what's your thoughts on this whole ordeal...haven't talked to you in a while


Once I develop a belief, as I did early on in this thread, I rarely find any reason to alter anything about my conclusion. I just know how corrupt we all are and apply it. I've seen the bottom of " The rabbit hole.".
God help us.!

Nick




ThePublicEnemy, I heard something different; it was Mohamed Atta's passport they found in the rubble of the cabin, not Dorner's drivers license....


That's pretty good..


Danger


So, they don't know who they've killed?


Neither do I !
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posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 11:01 AM
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Once I develop a belief, as I did early on in this thread, I rarely find any reason to alter anything about my conclusion.


You'll make a fine sheep. Never reevaluate information or admit you might have interpreted something incorrectly.





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