Again, I don't have a reason yet to believe that will happen, but if it does --
Let's just really hope it doesn't.
That said, the more I think about the timeline, the more it looks like a straight-up set-up on Dorner. It's the first actual confrontation reported
which I mentioned in the previous pages that stands out to me, aside from the physical impossibility of getting Dorner in that darn backseat to commit
the first murders.
From SUNDAY (the day Quan and Lawrence were killed) to THURSDAY (the day of the incident I'm discussing), Dorner does almost nothing at all.
We do not know where he was between Sunday and Tuesday.
On Tuesday, somebody with his ID checked into a Navy hotel, and never checked out.
On Wednesday night, possibly try to steal a boat and conveniently leave his wallet and his former commander's badge -- how and why did he have this?
-- where they could be easily recovered and not, say, in the miles of water they could have fallen into instead.
Some speculate that Dorner planted the wallet himself as a false clue. The LAPD certainly have no problem planting evidence themselves. I call the
boat incident a question mark for now -- all it tells us is that somebody wanted us to know (or believe) that Dorner was still active and out there.
It happens to be the same night that he is named a suspect for the first time. Was the wallet integral to obtaining a warrant for his arrest?
So, this man who has declared open public war on the LAPD has, when he is named a suspect, so far supposedly killed two people assassin-style like
he's some kind of magical, unrecordable car ninja, taking no credit at all for what is supposed to be an appeal to the people:
"The enemy combatants in LA are not the citizens and suspects, it’s the police officers." --Alleged Manifesto
And the most chilling quote of all, for me:
"I am the walking exigent circumstance you created."
We CTs could have a whole lot of fun with that one, hmm?
If it's a setup, the LAPD is getting anxious. He was supposed to try to run so they could catch him at the airport. Instead he just checked into a
hotel and waited. They had to jack up the pressure, so they planted the wallet and named him a suspect.
Maybe that still didn't flush him out. Maybe he went into hiding as soon as he realized they liked him for the Quan/Lawrence killings.
Because the next time we meet him, it's in the weirdest confrontation I've ever heard of. Shortly after 1 AM Thursday "morning", one man goes up
against a crew of LAPD, who are specifically there to be alert for this one man, takes out their vehicle but leaves just one of them with a minor
flesh wound, and escapes the returning fire himself uninjured. The officers are "unable to pursue" due the the vehicle damage, according to the
story -- and apparently also unfamiliar with the concept of "backup".
This is what really happens when an incident goes down on the street and the cops go looking for someone who fled: they send cars in every direction
until they have the plausible area he could have reached boxed in and they close it off and start searching inward. And they find the perp, even when
they're not already rage-tripping on being the guy who gets the kill shot.
That first incident happens in Corona. Thirty minutes later, Dorner appears again in Riverside, roughly 13 miles away. "Riverside police said two of
its officers were shot in an ambush at an intersection...Dorner was named a suspect. Riverside police said they believe Dorner drove up to the
officers' vehicle, which was stopped at a stoplight, and fired at the officers with a rifle."
At 1:00AM he can't do better than graze one cop's head when he's got the jump on them -- and at 1:30AM he has a RIFLE?
This is his last alleged appearance. The LAPD shoot two women in a blue pickup, and claim to be sorry, adding insult to injury. ONLY AFTER THIS
INCIDENT does the LAPD release the Manifesto to the press.
Only after the LAPD itself shot some people did it release the manifesto.
Dorner's truck is found burning Thursday afternoon. The hunt moves to the mountains, the airspace is restricted, and then it turns out Black Rambo
can also control the weather with his mind.