posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 04:40 PM
Originally posted by Gazrok
reply to post by Violater1
Chris Dorner messed up, the police messed up....
just like David Koresh messed up, and the ATF messed up....
One side committing wrong acts doesn't automatically vindicate the other side...they both f'd up.
Koresh didn't actively hunt and kill people, though. It seems like some on ATS (yourself not included) feel like the LAPD should have approached that
cabin unarmed, humbly requesting Dorner stand down and submit himself for trial. Those cops have wives and children waiting for them at home. Their
job is public safety, not "make sure Dorner doesn't get killed" and Dorner had demonstrated through his actions that he was a major threat to public
safety. Threat neutralized, tax payer dollars saved by not having to pay to try, house, and feed the idiot, and situation resolved.
Here's what ruined Dorner's career:
(I cannot seem to get the document to link properly because it is java encapsulated on the site)
Go to this site and type "DORNER v. LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT" in the search box to view the report
In their infinite brilliance some have tried to state that "multiple witnesses" stated the arested man, Christopher Gettler, had been kicked in the
face. Amazingly, only two eye witnesses claim there was any kick whatsoever... those two are Dorner and Gettler, who was the one being arrested and
resisting arrest. Furthermore, Gettler says he was kicked twice in the chest, disagreeing with Dorner who said he was kicked in the shoulder and the
head. Gettler's father was NOT an eyewitness, thus any of his claims are hearsay or plain old conjecture. The non-LAPD witnesses all gave
testimonies that there were no kicks and, in fact, the head bellman at the hotel said that one of Officer Evans feet stayed on the ground with the
other foot being inside an almost 3' tall planter during the arrest. How in the blue hell would it even be possible to kick someone in that
This is classic modern America: I'm not getting my way so screw you all! bullcrap. The dude was an unfit, out of place cop who had previously been
given a poor review by Evans for not showing good judgement, poor officer safety, and not being knowledgeable on terms and methods for filing reports,
causing his reports to be prodiced slower than was acceptable. He probably had figured out in his head that he could get back at her and eek out a
new direct supervisor by falsely throwing her under the bus. In reality, it was a demonstration of the FACT that the police no longer tollerate
openly dishonest officers and they tossed him out on his ass. Getting fired for lying and falsifying claims against co-workers isn't a good thing to
have on your work record, as he's no doubt realized over the past couple of years.
He had nobody but himself to blame for this.
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