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Manhunt for former LA Police Officer

 
BossBitch

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02/10/2013 08:30 PM
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Alleged Dorner sighting a few miles from me in Northridge. LAPD moving in.

[link to tweetgrid.com]
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Do they have a scanner feed covering that area?
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02/10/2013 08:32 PM
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Alleged Dorner sighting a few miles from me in Northridge. LAPD moving in.

[link to tweetgrid.com]
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Do they have a scanner feed covering that area?
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Dorner, or another two arthritic nursing home escapees?
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You are truly a failed abortion.

Copy & Paste doesn't make other definitions disappear.

Show me a link from an expert authority on the English Language that says there is only one definition of the word "sniper".

You seem to believe YOU are the expert authority. Since we all know you are an expert at nothing except being a douchebag, provide the link or SHUT THE FUCK UP.
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iamwithoimx
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Haaaa, he is so unfriendily penitentiarily butthurt
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10358803


Oh Look everyone.. the white knight has arrived.


This guy is frozen on that mountain.
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02/10/2013 08:33 PM
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Re: Manhunt for former LA Police Officer
Is his facebook still available, and is his manifesto still on there?
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What difference does that make, whether the page is still available? You have no way of knowing whether Rambro created the page, or someone else created the page to set up for manifesto. And, we do not know who wrote the manifesto.

We already know that Anderson Cooper is a liar.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34107313


LOL u cant be serious

I look at all evidence with an open mind.

Again, does anyone have the link to Dorner's facebook page? I cant find it.
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Is his facebook still available, and is his manifesto still on there?
 Quoting: Dale Jr 33968321



What difference does that make, whether the page is still available? You have no way of knowing whether Rambro created the page, or someone else created the page to set up for manifesto. And, we do not know who wrote the manifesto.

We already know that Anderson Cooper is a liar.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34107313


LOL u cant be serious

I look at all evidence with an open mind.

Again, does anyone have the link to Dorner's facebook page? I cant find it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33968321


They pulled it days ago. There is a screenshot of the front page floating around somewhere tho.
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02/10/2013 08:45 PM
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Re: Manhunt for former LA Police Officer
just adding some info:

the first shootout between Dorner and police, in Corona,
with the police car involved pictured here
[link to blogs.mydesert.com]

happened here:
[link to maps.google.com]


a closer image of that car-
[link to media.redding.com]

and from the front:
[link to www.trbimg.com]


Dorner was being followed, got off the interstate, stopped his truck and fired into the front of this police car, allowing himself to get away.

Then continuing a few miles on further down this road is where he got ino the second shootout with Riverside police, killing one of them at this intersection:
[link to maps.google.com]


So far the only targeted killing it is believed that he committed is that of Quan and Lawrence, the daughter of an LAPD officer and her fiance on top of a parking deck in Irvine, Ca. So he hasnt killed any actual LAPD yet.


-----------------------------------------------------------

Dorner's truck is parked in front of his Las Vegas house in this google streetview shot:

[link to maps.google.com]


and, his truck now:
[link to pbs.twimg.com]


Here is a listing for his LV house that I found:
[link to www.trulia.com]


Surveillance video shows man believed to be Dorner throwing items into trash bin in National City
Video, which was recorded Monday, obtained by CNN
[link to www.10news.com]


a good timeline thats being updated:
[link to projects.scpr.org]






from looking at the shell casings location in this pic:
[link to www.trbimg.com]

it can be deduced that Dorner (or whoever) was standing here, center of pic:
[link to maps.google.com]
when he fired at that police car. he was just on the other side of the 'L' in 'SIGNAL' on the roadway, and just near or inside the curved white line. He was probably firing using the front of his truck as cover/conceilment.

details like this are interesting to me. Maybe also to some of you as well.


There are at least 3 cameras overlooking that intersection where that first police shootout happened:

Camera 1 overlooking the first police shootout location >

[link to maps.google.com]
looking down to where the police car would be


Camera 2 >

[link to maps.google.com]
looking back towards where Dorner was shooting from



Camera 3>

[link to maps.google.com]
looking down at both the police car and truck from the side


So this shootout should have been well caught on cam. If you look up and down the street, there are more cameras both directions.

These videos need to be released soon.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33968321


Every police car has a video camera. Surely, they would have run it on Dorner if he was shooting at police cars. Where's the footage?
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Why are we supposed to think that Dorner shot the police car? Because YOU said so?
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So they raised the reward to a million dollars for his capture. Cute. Trying to tempt the commoners with greed in order to serve their police masters.

Found on another board (adjusted a little for heavy swearing and context):
No [I wouldn't turn him in for cash]. Only because I know the "reward" wouldn't get paid. And it's sad for any dense person that think they would get paid and wind up being tricked.

Because here is what would happen:

Scenario 1:
>you aren't harboring him, but know where he is
>call the police for reward
>police execute Dorner so he doesn't get his story told
>police don't give a civvy like me credit for my call because they want the media to portray themselves as competent and not needing civilians help
>I don't get money

Scenario 2:
>I'm harboring him, but I decide to turn him in for cash
>they execute both me and Dorner as 'accomplices' during their raid, because they don't want his story told, and I'd be a witness to the execution/don't want to give a payout to a commoner like me
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So they raised the reward to a million dollars for his capture. Cute. Trying to tempt the commoners with greed in order to serve their police masters.

Found on another board (adjusted a little for heavy swearing and context):
No [I wouldn't turn him in for cash]. Only because I know the "reward" wouldn't get paid. And it's sad for any dense person that think they would get paid and wind up being tricked.

Because here is what would happen:

Scenario 1:
>you aren't harboring him, but know where he is
>call the police for reward
>police execute Dorner so he doesn't get his story told
>police don't give a civvy like me credit for my call because they want the media to portray themselves as competent and not needing civilians help
>I don't get money

Scenario 2:
>I'm harboring him, but I decide to turn him in for cash
>they execute both me and Dorner as 'accomplices' during their raid, because they don't want his story told, and I'd be a witness to the execution/don't want to give a payout to a commoner like me
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33527300


You are correct, you'll never see the money. I testified numerous times in court and was told I would be reimbursed for travel and expenses and never was, even after filling out the paperwork for the clerk of courts. Not once.

On an unrelated note - Nice legs Boss Bitch. ;~)
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02/10/2013 09:12 PM
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Is his facebook still available, and is his manifesto still on there?
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What difference does that make, whether the page is still available? You have no way of knowing whether Rambro created the page, or someone else created the page to set up for manifesto. And, we do not know who wrote the manifesto.

We already know that Anderson Cooper is a liar.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34107313


LOL u cant be serious

I look at all evidence with an open mind.

Again, does anyone have the link to Dorner's facebook page? I cant find it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33968321


They pulled it days ago. There is a screenshot of the front page floating around somewhere tho.
 Quoting: BossBitch


Do you know if the manifesto was on the Facebook page where it could be pulled up and read?

and if so, which version was there?
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02/10/2013 09:13 PM
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Why are we supposed to think that Dorner shot the police car? Because YOU said so?
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You missed the "Dorner (or whoever)" part, didnt you...
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So they raised the reward to a million dollars for his capture. Cute. Trying to tempt the commoners with greed in order to serve their police masters.

Found on another board (adjusted a little for heavy swearing and context):
No [I wouldn't turn him in for cash]. Only because I know the "reward" wouldn't get paid. And it's sad for any dense person that think they would get paid and wind up being tricked.

Because here is what would happen:

Scenario 1:
>you aren't harboring him, but know where he is
>call the police for reward
>police execute Dorner so he doesn't get his story told
>police don't give a civvy like me credit for my call because they want the media to portray themselves as competent and not needing civilians help
>I don't get money

Scenario 2:
>I'm harboring him, but I decide to turn him in for cash
>they execute both me and Dorner as 'accomplices' during their raid, because they don't want his story told, and I'd be a witness to the execution/don't want to give a payout to a commoner like me
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33527300


You are correct, you'll never see the money. I testified numerous times in court and was told I would be reimbursed for travel and expenses and never was, even after filling out the paperwork for the clerk of courts. Not once.

On an unrelated note - Nice legs Boss Bitch. ;~)
 Quoting: Quinn the Yooper 31733490


How bout keeping on topic, don't feed the entertainer.

Those cankles in cheap heels in that pigsty make most want to vomit.

Keep that shit private
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02/10/2013 09:15 PM
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The only thing harboring this guy anymore is 14 inches of snow.

He froze out there.
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02/10/2013 09:18 PM
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LAPD scanner reporting a "tactical alert due to unusual event in the city"


[link to www.ar15.com]

???
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So they raised the reward to a million dollars for his capture. Cute. Trying to tempt the commoners with greed in order to serve their police masters.

Found on another board (adjusted a little for heavy swearing and context):
No [I wouldn't turn him in for cash]. Only because I know the "reward" wouldn't get paid. And it's sad for any dense person that think they would get paid and wind up being tricked.

Because here is what would happen:

Scenario 1:
>you aren't harboring him, but know where he is
>call the police for reward
>police execute Dorner so he doesn't get his story told
>police don't give a civvy like me credit for my call because they want the media to portray themselves as competent and not needing civilians help
>I don't get money

Scenario 2:
>I'm harboring him, but I decide to turn him in for cash
>they execute both me and Dorner as 'accomplices' during their raid, because they don't want his story told, and I'd be a witness to the execution/don't want to give a payout to a commoner like me
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33527300


You are correct, you'll never see the money. I testified numerous times in court and was told I would be reimbursed for travel and expenses and never was, even after filling out the paperwork for the clerk of courts. Not once.

On an unrelated note - Nice legs Boss Bitch. ;~)
 Quoting: Quinn the Yooper 31733490


How bout keeping on topic, don't feed the entertainer.

Those cankles in cheap heels in that pigsty make most want to vomit.

Keep that shit private
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33337354


Will do authority man.
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gasp

hiding
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On an unrelated note - Nice legs Boss Bitch. ;~)
 Quoting: Quinn the Yooper 31733490


Thanks ;)

Do you know if the manifesto was on the Facebook page where it could be pulled up and read?

and if so, which version was there?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33968321


No, it wasn't on his Facebook page. Nobody knows which version is the real version, but most everybody guesses that the short version originally released is the real version, and the second one talking about gun control, etc was added to by someone with an agenda.

Here is the long one [link to www.informationliberation.com]

and the short one
[link to laist.com]
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I SAID A PRAYER this idiot malfunction, mommy did not give him enough attention, would say when he "was" a baby, but looks like him still is

this guy needs dead now
killed a young innocent couple engaged to married because she was a child of allegedly an officer who got the loon fired
from LAPD
5 star pin it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33874744


Apparently you have not read the whole story. He was smart enough to publicly tell what his intentions are. I don't totally agree with his recourse, but he tried all avenues of the legal system and they are corrupt. He sees no other way to fight the corruption since he tried the higher avenue.
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Soooo...if you state your intentions you can take an innocent life ?!
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Those cankles in cheap heels in that pigsty make most want to vomit.

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Distracting us with descriptions of your girlfriend hasn't made anyone here forget that you are a dimwitted fucktard that cant grasp simple concepts. Learn the English language and then come back and try again.
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Was just watching it on KTLA,this guy sounds like a real head case.

His manifesto seems to be targeting cops and their families,on or off duty.

Live feed from KTLA

[link to ktla.com]
 Quoting: northerntomcat 33077229


It's called KARMA, when the police are not held to a lawful standard and allowed to kill, enslave and maim their fellow man for the profit of their masters, nature creates an anti-biotic to aid in their removal.

This is just nature trying to regulated the world.
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No it's affirmative action and statistics...it was bound to happen.
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A huge manhunt is under way in Southern California for a former Los Angeles police officer, who authorities say has killed one officer and is a suspect in the killing of two other people.

Two officers in Riverside were shot early Thursday, one fatally, police there confirmed to CNN. CNN affiliate KTLA reported another officer was shot in Corona, California.
Christopher Jordan Dorner, 33, is also wanted in a double slaying Sunday in Irvine, California.

The California Highway Patrol issued an alert Thursday morning urging officers in several Southern California counties to be on the lookout for Dorner.

Dorner has made violent threats against other Los Angeles police officers, the Los Angeles Police Department said.
"I will bring unconventional and asymmetrical warfare to those in LAPD uniform whether on or off duty," Dorner allegedly wrote in a lengthy letter promising retribution against the departme nt, where he worked from 2005 until 2008. An LAPD source provided the document to CNN after the overnight shootings.


CNN breaking news--

more info when available.....

now cops?
 Quoting: Tiger86


PIN...!!


2 INNOCENT DRIVERS SHOT!

THEY HAD 2005 TITAN PICKUPS..AND DROVE PAST THE OFFICERS THAT WERE THREATENED...JUST BECAUSE THE TRUCK ..LOOKED..LOOKED LIKE THE WANTED MANS TRUCK..WERE...SHOT..
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cops here are crazy...they dont need a reason to "think" they are above the law. They have guns and badges so they think they are the law.
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I am the police. And I am here to arrest you.You've broken the law.I did not write the law.I may even disagree with the law.But I will enforce it.No matter how you plead,cajole,beg or attempt to stir my sympathies, nothing you do will stop me from placing you in a steel cage with grey bars.If you run away I will chase you.If you fight me I will fight back.If you shoot at me , I will shoot back. By law, I am unable to walk away.I'm a consequence. I'm the unpaid bill.I am fate with a badge and a gun.Behind my badge is a heart like yours.I bleed. I think.I love.And yes,I can be killed.And altough I'm but one man, I have thousands of brothers and sisters who are the same as me. They will lay down their lives for me.And I them. We stand watch together. a thin blue line.Protecting them from the predators. The good from the bad. We are the police.
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ohh..from that movie...i likee !
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**HELP**

I noticed the Police car that was shot up in Corona was from LAPD. Is there any info out there on what a LAPD car was doing in Corona? Also, are there any pictures from the squad car from Riverside where the other cop was killed? Links would help. thanks
Jman323
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The guy doesn't appear to be a total nutcase. I'm wondering if he was refusing to go along with the agenda?
 Quoting: Tiger86


sherlock

Ya think?
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Crazy like a fox! he conveniently and patiently build and organized this whole scheme ..
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Read the whole story...LAPD was protecting a potential Dorner target in corona,,dats y they were there...
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So they raised the reward to a million dollars for his capture. Cute. Trying to tempt the commoners with greed in order to serve their police masters.

Found on another board (adjusted a little for heavy swearing and context):
No [I wouldn't turn him in for cash]. Only because I know the "reward" wouldn't get paid. And it's sad for any dense person that think they would get paid and wind up being tricked.

Because here is what would happen:

Scenario 1:
>you aren't harboring him, but know where he is
>call the police for reward
>police execute Dorner so he doesn't get his story told
>police don't give a civvy like me credit for my call because they want the media to portray themselves as competent and not needing civilians help
>I don't get money

Scenario 2:
>I'm harboring him, but I decide to turn him in for cash
>they execute both me and Dorner as 'accomplices' during their raid, because they don't want his story told, and I'd be a witness to the execution/don't want to give a payout to a commoner like me
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33527300


You are correct, you'll never see the money. I testified numerous times in court and was told I would be reimbursed for travel and expenses and never was, even after filling out the paperwork for the clerk of courts. Not once.

On an unrelated note - Nice legs Boss Bitch. ;~)
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propoganda
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Was just watching it on KTLA,this guy sounds like a real head case.

His manifesto seems to be targeting cops and their families,on or off duty.

Live feed from KTLA

[link to ktla.com]
 Quoting: northerntomcat 33077229


It's called KARMA, when the police are not held to a lawful standard and allowed to kill, enslave and maim their fellow man for the profit of their masters, nature creates an anti-biotic to aid in their removal.

This is just nature trying to regulated the world.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22471303


No it's affirmative action and statistics...it was bound to happen.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33966829


stfu
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I have NEVER seen LA cops so freaked out,this is a very serious situation.

I would not be sending my kids to school today.

Shelter in place comes to mind.
 Quoting: northerntomcat 33077229


my sentiments exactly
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F#@$ It ! Im not going to work !banana2
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Read the whole story...LAPD was protecting a potential Dorner target in corona,,dats y they were there...
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wouldn't that be considered out of jurisdiction?
Jman323
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So they raised the reward to a million dollars for his capture. Cute. Trying to tempt the commoners with greed in order to serve their police masters.

Found on another board (adjusted a little for heavy swearing and context):
No [I wouldn't turn him in for cash]. Only because I know the "reward" wouldn't get paid. And it's sad for any dense person that think they would get paid and wind up being tricked.

Because here is what would happen:

Scenario 1:
>you aren't harboring him, but know where he is
>call the police for reward
>police execute Dorner so he doesn't get his story told
>police don't give a civvy like me credit for my call because they want the media to portray themselves as competent and not needing civilians help
>I don't get money

Scenario 2:
>I'm harboring him, but I decide to turn him in for cash
>they execute both me and Dorner as 'accomplices' during their raid, because they don't want his story told, and I'd be a witness to the execution/don't want to give a payout to a commoner like me
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33527300


You are correct, you'll never see the money. I testified numerous times in court and was told I would be reimbursed for travel and expenses and never was, even after filling out the paperwork for the clerk of courts. Not once.

On an unrelated note - Nice legs Boss Bitch. ;~)
 Quoting: Quinn the Yooper 31733490


propoganda
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Use to work for the Ministry but am retired now. How's everyone at the shop?
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2 wrongs don't make a right

and YOU probably have full support for the war on "TERRORISM"

he is a trained killer who tried all proper ways to deal with the problem he probably could never get another job because he tried to do the right thing and was let down MULTIPLE times The system is is far from pure and all though I DON"T agree with innocent people dieing, they destroy and kill people all the time while getting high praise for doing so
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31033911


we don't know for sure the whole story as of yet... but if his manifesto is accurate and not just "one-sided" then they are not quite "innocent"
 Quoting: Tiger86


innocent couple...the young couple engaged, had nothing to do with him. she was related to the officer who allegedly kicked a criminal and the incident he reported got him fired.

the man there looking for, told said officer he was going after his family....he a nut case...
don't verify him or you are too
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33874744


Specifically, it was the lawyer's daughter and her fiance. Now while I agree that this whole thing should have been handled in a different manner, the fact remains: we are here to discover the truth. Was he wronged and felt there was no other way? Does he have a history of mental disorder? What sort of interactions did the girl and her fiance have with the man? These are the sorts of things I want to know!

And no, i'm not a nutcase. You shouldn't have to go there to get your point across. :-) Let's stick to facts, shall we?
 Quoting: Tiger86


His ex-girlfriends said he was paranoid and unstable...the navy and PD ca'nt really disclose all dat crap due to various protections..medical right to privacy, military opsec etc...peace


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