posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 01:24 AM
reply to post by SpaDe_
Well then consider it a shame, because this is what had to happen for this man to even get their attention. I can give you a preview of what is going
to happen in the not so distant future. There will be an investigation into the Dorner case and the circumstances surrounding it. They will find that
some details were overlooked, and a handful of lower level officers will be reprimanded, and possibly kicked off the force.
Even if it were true that this had to happen, it does not make his actions justifiable. I know that sounds contradictory, but let me clarify.
If Dorner was dealt a truly severe injustice, which I am in no way ruling out, and the only way to rectify the situation included extreme measures in
the form of violence, I do not find it appropriate to bring innocent family members into the equation. Daughters and son-in laws who are are in no
quantifiable way involved in the injustice should not be gunned down in the parking lot of their housing complex. It is cowardly, it is cheap, it is
immoral, and it violates reason and ethics entirely. He should take his aggressors on directly. That's how it's done. It was done that way when
this country began, and it was done that way well before. Inciting terror is the absolute worst route I can imagine.
As for the last part, you very well could be right on, and a part of me sees something similar going down as well.
In the end I think this is the beginning of the next great scandal involving the LAPD, and it will drag on for quite some time, and eventually require
the attention federal investigators. I can hear the paper shredders as I type this, and I wouldn't doubt if a bunch of inner office servers suddenly
have faulty hard drives.
There is no doubting the deep routed corruption that is prevalent throughout the LAPD, and the hostility the public feels toward it is evidence to
that fact. I am a realist through and through, and that part of me believes that this may very well be the beginning of a series of unfortunate
events. Like I said, it will be interesting to see what happens.