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[Updated at 10:02 p.m. ET] A body believed to be that of Christopher Dorner has been pulled from the burning cabin, multiple law enforcement sources tell CNN contributor Tom Fuentes. The sources say they were told this by LAPD.
[Updated at 11:13 p.m. ET] Los Angeles police are now contradicting media reports that a body was found in the cabin. No such thing was found in the cabin, a Los Angeles Police Department spokesman told reporters moments ago, because cabin is still burning and is too hot to search.
Originally posted by roadgravel
reply to post by Hefficide
Does the term 'burner' have any other tactical meaning?
Originally posted by Tardacus
Maybe if he was a better driver he would have got away. first he gets his truck stuck,breaks the axle and has to burn it before he got to where he was going, then he ties up the 2 cleaning ladies and steals their car which he also wrecked.Then he leaves that car and hijacks a pickup truck which he also wrecks, yep if he had spent a little more time learning how to drive he would have got away.
I bet he was paying really high insurance rates considering how bad he drives.
Originally posted by kosmicjack
It's curious how they are working hard right now to explain a time line of what happened, with an added emphasis on the questionable points we've all been raising.
Funny thing is, it doesn't even come across like they are convinced.
Plus the media seems pissed and is calling them on all the misleading reports from throughout the day.
Originally posted by WhiteAlice
reply to post by kosmicjack
Law enforcement sources tell CBS News senior correspondent John Miller that they are confident that a body in a burned cabin in Big Bear, California is believed to be that of Christopher Dorner...
CBS is not a foreign news agency. Either law enforcement needs to be better about controlling information flows until things are absolutely confirmed or news agencies need to step up their game on identifying appropriate sources and obtaining confirmation. It doesn't help anybody for either of those two parties to look questionable because we rely an awful lot on both as a society.
Originally posted by capone1
Originally posted by rockymcgilicutty
reply to post by MidnightToker
The reports I saw said he was filmed filling scuba tanks,they contain compressed air not oxygen.Were there other reports of him buying oxygen?
Filled scuba tanks are about 20% oxygen.
We breathe air that is 21 percent oxygen, and we require oxygen to live. So you might think that breathing 100 percent oxygen would be good for us -- but actually it can be harmful. So, the short answer is, pure oxygen is generally bad, and sometimes toxic. To understand why, you need to go into some detail
Originally posted by bluemirage5
Knowing the type of training Dorner received in the military, I'd be VERY surprised they got him. He would had known they were on their way to the cabin and he would'nt have been that stupid to defend himself from inside a cabin. He would had been too busy laying traps and I think this may be one them.....but I could be wrong.