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icyman61

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This feels heavily out of place. I dont buy the manifest as a legit source, it looks like bs to me. I call shenanigans. bsflag
 Quoting: FALLACY


It doesnt look like something a guy with his back ground would write, I think maybe someone else wrote it, its their way of making him look crazy before they kill him.

And as I said in another thread MAYBE he knew something they didnt want us to know, and killing him is the best way to silence him before he talks.
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LAPD has a lot of skeletons in their closet...need to silence a whistle blower ASAP...check out his legal case file against the PD
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This feels heavily out of place. I dont buy the manifest as a legit source, it looks like bs to me. I call shenanigans. bsflag
 Quoting: FALLACY


It doesnt look like something a guy with his back ground would write, I think maybe someone else wrote it, its their way of making him look crazy before they kill him.

And as I said in another thread MAYBE he knew something they didnt want us to know, and killing him is the best way to silence him before he talks.
 Quoting: icyman61


Actually, I just went through the whole thing, and I was splitting it up to put it on my blog, and it was glaringly obvious where his writing ended and someone else's began.
The whole paragraph about gun control is one big lump, because I couldnt find a good place to space it. Thats what made me notice in the first place.

Its really rather ridiculous, with the bangs at whatnot. They are mocking him, and they know he will hear about it. Its a big "Go fuck yourself"
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LAPD has a lot of skeletons in their closet...need to silence a whistle blower ASAP...check out his legal case file against the PD
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Yup, they dont want anyone to tell people about Police abusing citizens, especially now, and someone who served honorably in the military wont go along with just harming innocents needlessly, if they can help it.

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Dorner has an ex-wife:

[link to abclocal.go.com]
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The poor woman is not going to be very "undercover" after all this.


While you are waiting for the movie you may enjoy this classic:

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The true story about an honest New York cop who blew the whistle on rampant corruption in the force only to have his comrades turn against him
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I hope there will be a movie about this.popcorn
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The movie was already made. It was called First Blood and made back in 1982.

[link to www.imdb.com]

AKA the first Rambo Movie.

The script has been re-written
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10,000 LAPD officers out tonight going door to door
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Why do I get the feeling we are not being told the real story. I think this guy knows too much about something, can't be bought so they are framing him and will kill him to shut him up.
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This feels heavily out of place. I dont buy the manifest as a legit source, it looks like bs to me. I call shenanigans. bsflag
 Quoting: FALLACY


It doesnt look like something a guy with his back ground would write, I think maybe someone else wrote it, its their way of making him look crazy before they kill him.

And as I said in another thread MAYBE he knew something they didnt want us to know, and killing him is the best way to silence him before he talks.
 Quoting: icyman61


Actually, I just went through the whole thing, and I was splitting it up to put it on my blog, and it was glaringly obvious where his writing ended and someone else's began.
The whole paragraph about gun control is one big lump, because I couldnt find a good place to space it. Thats what made me notice in the first place.

Its really rather ridiculous, with the bangs at whatnot. They are mocking him, and they know he will hear about it. Its a big "Go fuck yourself"
 Quoting: BossBitch



Yep BB I concur. I noticed the same thing yesterday when I read his rants.

Like another poster said...

shenanigans be called!

BTW

Like your handle.
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dang.. 78 pages & the dude hasn't taken out another pig / cop... whatever your flavor is.

he must have found mercy?

Maybe not... He seems pretty pissed off I must say...

So hey... Whatever... -- Good luck with that Mr. Officer. :-) -- hope you're not in the crosshairs...

You know?... I was told once by police -- "WE'RE TARGETS OUT THERE"... -- My initial thought was -- "I wonder why"... (but elected not to verbalize it) -- Look at these FOOLS..

That is all.
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10,000 LAPD officers out tonight going door to door
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Why do I get the feeling we are not being told the real story. I think this guy knows too much about something, can't be bought so they are framing him and will kill him to shut him up.
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You get the feeling that we are not being told the real story? The msm has never lied to us before, so whats the (cough) problem?
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I just heard FOX radio news report that he killed a college basketball coach and his fiancee.

Why do you suppose it was reported that way not linking it to the daughter of a cop?
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10,000 LAPD officers out tonight going door to door
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The msm has never lied to us before, so whats the (cough) problem?
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LOL... holy crap. -- look peeps.. It's your next door neighbor....
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Who in Hollywood would you see portraying Dorner?

1.Forest Whitaker
2.Denzel Washington
3.Will Smith
4.Jamie Foxx
5.Samuel Jackson

Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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10,000 LAPD officers out tonight going door to door
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Why do I get the feeling we are not being told the real story. I think this guy knows too much about something, can't be bought so they are framing him and will kill him to shut him up.
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The murder happened earlier and was only linked to him yesterday

He got off navy duty Friday
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Who in Hollywood would you see portraying Dorner?

1.Forest Whitaker
2.Denzel Washington
3.Will Smith
4.Jamie Foxx
5.Samuel Jackson

 Quoting: Aristide Torchia


Chris Brown.
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Who in Hollywood would you see portraying Dorner?

1.Forest Whitaker
2.Denzel Washington
3.Will Smith
4.Jamie Foxx
5.Samuel Jackson

 Quoting: Aristide Torchia


Which one is closests to the magic age of 33 that Dorner
is reported to be?
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Who in Hollywood would you see portraying Dorner?
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You left out his doppleganger that plays an ex Navy Seal law enforcement office on TV, LL Cool J.
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Who in Hollywood would you see portraying Dorner?

1.Forest Whitaker
2.Denzel Washington
3.Will Smith
4.Jamie Foxx
5.Samuel Jackson

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Only Sam Jackson could bring enough bacon. -- You did watch pulp fiction didn't you? lol.

kahuna burger anyone?

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Who in Hollywood would you see portraying Dorner?
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You left out his doppleganger that plays an ex Navy Seal law enforcement office on TV, LL Cool J.
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Funny. I thought Dorner looked like fatass version of LL Cool J.
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Who in Hollywood would you see portraying Dorner?

1.Forest Whitaker
2.Denzel Washington
3.Will Smith
4.Jamie Foxx
5.Samuel Jackson

 Quoting: Aristide Torchia



Only Sam Jackson could bring enough bacon. -- You did watch pulp fiction didn't you? lol.

kahuna burger anyone?

[link to bigkahunaburger.net]
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Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Who in Hollywood would you see portraying Dorner?
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You left out his doppleganger that plays an ex Navy Seal law enforcement office on TV, LL Cool J.
 Quoting: zenobiaphobia


Funny. I thought Dorner looked like fatass version of LL Cool J.
 Quoting: AlcoholicRunner


pretty much... but my guess is LL cool wouldn't want anything to do with that cat...?

Maybe LAPD does though?... we'll see how much in the next day or so... -- Before they turn it over to cyber "DRONES" dropping banned cluster bombs.??

More popcorn please.... -- Give me a pizza on the side and another 100 round clip.
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I haven't read all 79 pages, so maybe someone's said this already.. Do you think the motivation behind this psy ops is to get cops to want to fall in line with restrictive gun laws? You've got a lot of sheriffs and cops saying that they will not go along with any of the new guns laws, but here you have a guy that is suppose to be hunting cops down. Reports saying fear mongering stuff like, "he could be anywhere". I don't know... Sounds like they're trying to scare cops into enforcing the government's BS laws.

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Who in Hollywood would you see portraying Dorner?
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You left out his doppleganger that plays an ex Navy Seal law enforcement office on TV, LL Cool J.
 Quoting: zenobiaphobia


He's got my vote if LAPD doesn't shoot him first by accident.macgunhunter
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Ex-cop "could be anywhere", police say
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This news brief reported he is targeting cops because he
was fired. As if it were something that just happened last week!! First talking about the fiancee of a college coach now this.

What is with them now?
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so what made him snap after 4 yrs. he was fired in 2008/2009, and he now loses it?

almost wondering (considering still having his badge) if he was still with the PD and undercover.
 Quoting: TeamReaper


Probley the same thing that made Mike Ruppert leave the LAPD after so many commendations, promotions etc...

Ever see the movie "Training Day"?

He gets to a certain level, then is considered trustworthy by his peers and then is introduced to some next level shit.

Only, because of his military background he gets a touch of honor and tries to blow the lid off the entire shit sandwich and becomes enemy number one in the process.

Who knows, but if I knew I was going to be on the run...

I would have a plan to communicate with the outside world so I could defend myself from being demonized and painted as a madman. Throw away prepaid cell phone sims and handsets, disposable net books, hell even a radio or satphone.. Not beyond the capabilities of a man who had and claimed to still have access to NIPR for intel gathering.

Unless its all true and he is just some insane left wing fuck.. But I have never met a real operator who has training and skill have so many interests that are so vastly different from the typical profile. Big guys with big guns and jar-head style are not known for being gun control advocates or supporters of the extreme left.

Smells like utter and complete bullshit to me, a total problem reaction solution fetched from an out of control and potentialy dangerous security risk (to those who want him dead) but without the simple steps I have outlined above.. We will never get the story from the horses mouth.

Anyhow, it's just one possibility..

Last Edited by EscapeVelocity on 02/08/2013 06:52 AM
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so what made him snap after 4 yrs. he was fired in 2008/2009, and he now loses it?

almost wondering (considering still having his badge) if he was still with the PD and undercover.
 Quoting: TeamReaper


Probley the same thing that made Mike Ruppert leave the LAPD after so many commendations, promotions etc...

Ever see the movie "Training Day"?

He gets to a certain level, then is considered trustworthy by his peers and then is introduced to some next level shit.

Only, because of his military background he gets a touch of honor and tries to blow the lid off the entire shit sandwich and becomes enemy number one in the process.

Who knows, but if I knew I was going to be on the run...

I would have a plan to communicate with the outside world so I could defend myself from being demonized and painted as a madman. Throw away prepaid cell phone sims and handsets, disposable net books, hell even a radio or satphone.. Not beyond the capabilities of a man who had and claimed to still have access to NIPR for intel gathering.

Unless its all true and he is just some insane left wing fuck.. But I have never met a real operator who has training and skill have so many interests that are so vastly different from the typical profile. Big guys with big guns and jar-head style are not known for being gun control advocates or supporters of the extreme left.

Smells like utter and complete bullshit to me, a total problem reaction solution fetched from an out of control and potentialy dangerous security risk (to those who want him dead) but without the simple steps I have outlined above.. We will never get the story from the horses mouth.

Anyhow, it's just one possibility..
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


I wondered about this too when I read he tossed his badge out the window.
In all the TV shows when a cop gets fired he is asked to "Turn in your badge" for obvious reasons.
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so what made him snap after 4 yrs. he was fired in 2008/2009, and he now loses it?

almost wondering (considering still having his badge) if he was still with the PD and undercover.
 Quoting: TeamReaper


Probley the same thing that made Mike Ruppert leave the LAPD after so many commendations, promotions etc...

Ever see the movie "Training Day"?

He gets to a certain level, then is considered trustworthy by his peers and then is introduced to some next level shit.

Only, because of his military background he gets a touch of honor and tries to blow the lid off the entire shit sandwich and becomes enemy number one in the process.

Who knows, but if I knew I was going to be on the run...

I would have a plan to communicate with the outside world so I could defend myself from being demonized and painted as a madman. Throw away prepaid cell phone sims and handsets, disposable net books, hell even a radio or satphone.. Not beyond the capabilities of a man who had and claimed to still have access to NIPR for intel gathering.

Unless its all true and he is just some insane left wing fuck.. But I have never met a real operator who has training and skill have so many interests that are so vastly different from the typical profile. Big guys with big guns and jar-head style are not known for being gun control advocates or supporters of the extreme left.

Smells like utter and complete bullshit to me, a total problem reaction solution fetched from an out of control and potentialy dangerous security risk (to those who want him dead) but without the simple steps I have outlined above.. We will never get the story from the horses mouth.

Anyhow, it's just one possibility..
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


As Said before, but you said it with a keyword "OPERATOR" it just doesnt make sence, onl thing that does make any dialectic sence is they want him dead, WHY????
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Is it possible that there is actually more
than one person the LAPD is looking
for in this affair? Remember they shot
up a truck WITH 2 PEOPLE.

If not, The cops
are obviously shaken and making assinine
mistakes in broad daylight proving that point.
How are
they so damn sure the burned truck isn't
a red herring. If the guy/guys are playing
Asymmetrical rules, then he/they
WOULD NEVER GO to Big Bear. They would
say that, but NEVER actually do That, because it
is a linear action. A linear action easily
swallowed hook, line and sinker by linear
thinking men.

Wild. Goose. Chase.

The guy/guys are not in Big Bear.
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so what made him snap after 4 yrs. he was fired in 2008/2009, and he now loses it?

almost wondering (considering still having his badge) if he was still with the PD and undercover.
 Quoting: TeamReaper


Probley the same thing that made Mike Ruppert leave the LAPD after so many commendations, promotions etc...

Ever see the movie "Training Day"?

He gets to a certain level, then is considered trustworthy by his peers and then is introduced to some next level shit.

Only, because of his military background he gets a touch of honor and tries to blow the lid off the entire shit sandwich and becomes enemy number one in the process.

Who knows, but if I knew I was going to be on the run...

I would have a plan to communicate with the outside world so I could defend myself from being demonized and painted as a madman. Throw away prepaid cell phone sims and handsets, disposable net books, hell even a radio or satphone.. Not beyond the capabilities of a man who had and claimed to still have access to NIPR for intel gathering.

Unless its all true and he is just some insane left wing fuck.. But I have never met a real operator who has training and skill have so many interests that are so vastly different from the typical profile. Big guys with big guns and jar-head style are not known for being gun control advocates or supporters of the extreme left.

Smells like utter and complete bullshit to me, a total problem reaction solution fetched from an out of control and potentialy dangerous security risk (to those who want him dead) but without the simple steps I have outlined above.. We will never get the story from the horses mouth.

Anyhow, it's just one possibility..
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


As Said before, but you said it with a keyword "OPERATOR" it just doesnt make sence, onl thing that does make any dialectic sence is they want him dead, WHY????
 Quoting: icyman61


Could be high level drug dealing, or he stumbled upon some vast conspiracy to harm the public... (Like the film "Blue Thunder", same idea and also an LAPD cop painted as a madman) And was going to do something about it, when they found out about it they tried to wax him and missed.

Sorry to use movie references, but it helps convey a complex idea in moments to anybody who has seen it and truth is stranger then fictionrockon
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