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Originally posted by Helious
reply to post by Hefficide
I agree, while he was at some point an honorable and reasonable man, it would appear, in most part in analyzing his recent comments on FB he made directly to the staff at Beforeitsnews that just underneath the surface lay a savage and angry man waiting to release that anger upon those he did not see eye to eye with.
Dorner had strong political ideals and opinions, he was racially charged emotionally and could not let go of what he considered disrespect. The fact that he was most likely wrongly dismissed from the police department was not a free ticket to start a killing spree.
Even more confusing is that a good amount of people who are idolizing and praising Dorner don't even know he was an avid supporter of gun bans and loved Obama, the hypocrisy I have seen in those who claim to support him has been quite frankly stunning.
I know why people feel the way they do and I can understand, it seems like a man against what has become a very aggressive and oppressive system but I must say, Dorner, at least in my book, is not the hero he is being made out to be by a lot of people.edit on 12-2-2013 by Helious because: (no reason given)