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"LAPD rewards Christopher Dorner for his killing spree"

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posted on Feb, 12 2013 @ 07:45 PM
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February 10, 2013 by Paul Mirengoff


Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck cuts a fine figure on television as he condemns killer Charles Dorner and promises to bring him to justice by ordering a reexamination of the disciplinary case that led to the firing of Dorner. LAPD is granting an extra level of appeal for grievants who are willing to write a screed against the police, provided they are prepared to back it up by killing policemen. Those within the LAPD who handled the case of Dorner, now conclusively shown to be evil and deranged, are no doubt thrilled and impressed to see their Chief revisiting their work because Dorner.. started killing innocent people to get LAPD to reopen his case... and LAPD did.
As Bill Otis puts it:
So we have come to the point that mass murder prompts, not any particular doubts about the person doing the killing, but wide-eyed credulity and fretting about his “message.” This is where we are. God only knows where we are headed.


thus already notorious LAPD sets a precedent for when a person of color is reprimanded or fired that person can always blame it on racism. okay, to avoid angry Afro-Americans going on a rampage taking their disappointment out by takking innocent civilians' lives and by looting stores.

but to show future criminals, killers, or any tom dick harry angry they lost their job or what not, they can go on a killing spree and get their case opened. those, those are the ludicrous consequences of being a bad/crooked cop, or the worlds next mass murderer.

nexxxt?...




posted on Feb, 12 2013 @ 08:04 PM
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clearly you are nto aware of the massive systemic corruption that led to the miscarriage of justice in the dorner case.

or the fact that the LAPD has a long reputation of punishing those who try to expose corruption?

while dorner should not have gone on a his rampage, his ire seems to be aimed at cops or the family of those who actually wronged him.

from his point of view, and in his shoes, im not sure i would not have done the same.



posted on Feb, 12 2013 @ 08:10 PM
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Welll since he is already dead, not sure it matter anymore. His cabin was blown up by a drone it seems.

ktla.com...



posted on Feb, 12 2013 @ 08:15 PM
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Originally posted by NeoVain
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Welll since he is already dead, not sure it matter anymore. His cabin was blown up by a drone it seems.

ktla.com...


Where are you getting this information? A fire was set, but it wasn't set by a drone.






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