LA Cop Killer
An ex military fired LA police officer has declared war on the police force in the greater LA area. He has killed 1 cop, ambushed and wounded another and shot and killed a police sargents daughter and her fiancee.
The cops are now so stressed and out for him that they are shooting up trucks. The above story is one of two shootings where the cop thought the cop killer might be inside.
Fuuuuuuuuuuuugggggggggg this dude .... seriously
He was a running back at SUU in Cedar City...
Apparently he got ina fire fight with a thrid officer and escaped. Burned his truck on Bear Mountain in CA and is nowhere to be found. The search for him is all of CA and stretches in NV.
That is a link to the Dorner's "manifesto.
Edit: Sweet God...
I tried reading it earlier today and zoned out after about 5 minutes.
He needs to take some creative writing courses from the Unabomber.
Now that was a manifesto!
If only "clearing your name" were as easy as murdering a bunch of people and writing a manifesto, huh? Then we all could truly live a fuller life. Actually, I think there are probably better ways to clear your name. This is the creepiest part to me:
Yes, I'm sure all family members of those murdered will be thanking his stupid ass for "liberating" them. I hope he has already killed himself so nobody else gets hurt.
To those children of the officers who are eradicated, your parent was not the individual you thought they were. As you get older,you will see the evidence that your parent was a tyrant who loss their ethos and instead followed the path of moral corruptness. They conspired to hide and suppress the truth of misconduct on others behalf's. Your parent will have a name and plaque on the fallen officers memorial in D.C. But, In all honesty, your parents name will be a reminder to other officers to maintain the oath they swore and to stay along the shoreline that has guided them from childhood to that of a local, state, or federal law enforcement officer.
Last edited by Duck Rodgers; 02-09-2013 at 07:54 AM.
he needs to learn the correct use of apostrophes
a blast from the past ... - - - -
and a glimpse into the future...
This must be from all the concussions he sustained playing that Damn fooseball!
I feel for those who have lost their lives or will but for some weird reason, I'm almost rooting for this guy. Sorry, but I totally buy his supposed story. The LAPD is as corrupt as it gets.
He's nuts, for sure. But if the LAPD is just firing away at innocent people with no warning (multiple times now), maybe this nutjob has a point.
Yep. It's like they're just trying to kill this guy before **** really hits the fan.
Originally Posted by SaltyDawg
That said, when I said rooting earlier, I did not mean rooting for him to kill anyone else. Simply escape, reveal the truth and somehow be vindicated. If of course everythingb he said is true.
I'm not rooting for him at all I hope he gets killed soon, but reading his manifesto if any of it is even a little true I can see why he is peeved. But all in all **** him and i hope he dies.
Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti
Originally Posted by Hartsock
Tried to rep but couldn't
It was typical job complaining, there wasn't anything out of the ordinary in his rants when talking specifically about his day-to-day job related problems. Somebody said a bad word in the police van....blah, blah, blah. Somebody on the force is a little power happy....blah....blah...blah. Somebody on the force is a little overly aggressive....blah blah blah. Even the police force here had worse public problems for years than he is complaining about. Maybe he needed a blog. I don't know why any of you guys are sympathizing with him. If he's LAPD, he could have left and got a job almost anywhere in the police field quite easily at the first point of issues. That's what he should have done.
Last edited by Duck Rodgers; 02-09-2013 at 08:10 AM.
I feel like working at the LAPD is much different than mere 'day-to-day' jobs, largely due to the mass amount of power and responsibility that their police force has.
Originally Posted by Duck Rodgers
Myself being inept at an office job might simply bog down the efficiency of the company I work for.
Police brutality is a much different beast altogether.
This scenario is much different than someone leaving because his manager always steals from the company.
I am mourning the losses of the civilians, but closely monitoring the response of the LAPD (so far, it has not been great).
Perhaps you should as well.