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2 nights - and they can't find him
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The cops are so skilled that even with 47 rounds they were unable to kill two ladies delivering papers. Ironic, sad and pathetic.
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2 nights - and they can't find him
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No doubt , libtard or not? He,s pretty slick I guess!
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This is a repost of a comment on the LA Times website, but it accurately describes the situation:

"The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), The FBI, and the CIA are all trying to prove that they are the best at apprehending criminals. The President decides to give them a test. He releases a rabbit into a forest and each of them has to catch it.

The CIA goes in. They place animal informants throughout the forest. They question all plant and mineral witnesses. After three months of extensive investigations they conclude that rabbits do not exist.

The FBI goes in. After two weeks with no leads they burn the forest, killing everything in it, including the rabbit, and they make no apologies. The rabbit had it coming.

The LAPD goes in. They come out two hours later with a badly beaten bear. The bear is

yelling: "Okay! Okay! I'm a rabbit! I'm a rabbit!"
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They still aren't going to release the name of the deceased officer. Thats really different........

[link to www.pe.com]
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This seems inappropriate ...

[link to i274.photobucket.com]

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They still aren't going to release the name of the deceased officer. Thats really different........

[link to www.pe.com]
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


I was wondering about this at first myself, but someone said its because theyre trying to keep the funeral and shit secret.

This kill by Dorner wasnt a planned event of targeting someone he knew, but rather a spontanoues one that happened by chance encounter, so its unlikely he knows the identity of who he killed.
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This is getting crazy. Another media fear mongering event..
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Hey JR do you have any links to help solve the mystery? You're obviously as interested as the rest of us or you wouldn't have been here all day.
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This is a repost of a comment on the LA Times website, but it accurately describes the situation:

"The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), The FBI, and the CIA are all trying to prove that they are the best at apprehending criminals. The President decides to give them a test. He releases a rabbit into a forest and each of them has to catch it.

The CIA goes in. They place animal informants throughout the forest. They question all plant and mineral witnesses. After three months of extensive investigations they conclude that rabbits do not exist.

The FBI goes in. After two weeks with no leads they burn the forest, killing everything in it, including the rabbit, and they make no apologies. The rabbit had it coming.

The LAPD goes in. They come out two hours later with a badly beaten bear. The bear is

yelling: "Okay! Okay! I'm a rabbit! I'm a rabbit!"
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That was funny!!rockon
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Yes folks thats the only thing they claim to have to go on here. And btw that facebook account was created only 2 weeks ago, with ZERO friends, and no comments. He posted over a total of SIX days. Who did he expect to see the manifesto? Nobody was reading his facebook account.

Is there a possibility that the Irvine murders might be a separate incident than the cop shootings? Is there a possibility that this guy did not start the facebook page? Until we have the answers to those two questions (such as what weapons used in both murders, maybe some surveillance video, perhaps chasing down an IP address of facebook editor, etc) I'm not buying this story.
 Quoting: BunnyGirl



I got the feeling this guy was smart enough to create a presence for the media to grab hold of before starting his war.

What horrible pics would they have found elsewhere to splatter all over the news? He wanted to give the public a personality they could identify with and warm up to.

...I mean come on! Look at that smile! The guy has heart and looks like an honorable badass in service of his country.

Now take someone like that and fuck them in the ass like the LAPD did and you get what you have now. They ruined his life cause some stupid pig bitch had to kick a mentally retarded kid in the face after he was already restrained and this guy's conscious could not simply ignore that so he did something about it and they ruined him for it. Not just his job but his military career which was something he was very proud of.

These pigs are going to get what they deserve and they are the one's who caused this. NOT Dorner! they put him on this path that he now feel obligated to carry out. They took everything from him for nothing and what does a man do once he has nothing left to lose?


When there is no justice left what is one to do? ...well this guy is using his skills and training to do what he can.
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They still aren't going to release the name of the deceased officer. Thats really different........

[link to www.pe.com]
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


I was wondering about this at first myself, but someone said its because theyre trying to keep the funeral and shit secret.

This kill by Dorner wasnt a planned event of targeting someone he knew, but rather a spontanoues one that happened by chance encounter, so its unlikely he knows the identity of who he killed.
 Quoting: JR 33968321


That would make sense if they didn't print the date, time and address of the funeral in the paper and on the internet..... This is just bizarre!

You make a point about the spontaneity - thats why I keep wondering about the manifesto - the guy he killed wasn't named or even on the LAPD. The whole thing is just bizarre. Same with the first cop shooting - he would not have known they were LAPD because he was in Corona. Which by the way just to keep things interesting - THERE IS NO AM/PM on Magnolia at the I-15 on/off ramp area. The AM/PM is two miles down the road on Ontario. Does anyone have better links from the witness who allegedly flagged down the LAPD to follow the truck? And while we're talking about the place the cop shootings started - wouldn't there be surveillance video of the event? Has anyone seen links to that?

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this is just one guy. Just one guy!
what is going to happen when 100,000,000 responsible gun owners gets sick and tired of all the corruption that goes on in this country?
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Hey JR do you have any links to help solve the mystery? You're obviously as interested as the rest of us or you wouldn't have been here all day.
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


Definately Im interested. Thats why Im here.

I dont like letting BS go unchallenged though. That rubs a lot of people the wrong way around here I know but so be it. If everyone at this forum was the same it would be a boring place wouldnt it?

There used to be a fellow around here for years by the name of Duncan Kunz. Guy was called a shill all the time but he was just an ordinary Joe. He kind of inspired me.
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Christopher Dorner, Jareed Loughner v Dr Ron Paul, Willard Mitt Romney and Hussein Obama II
Christopher "Dorner" is a virtual character, photoshopped based on LL COOL J.

"Dorner" is part of the ongoing script of Obomber's detonation, more precisely the supervised race war that will have blacks and hispanics fighting whites, all of them under illuminati leadership.

More virtual characters of same type as "Dorner": "Jareed Loughner", a photoshop creation based on Glen Beck.

Contrast this type of characters with Dr Ron Paul (Sir Ian McKellen), Willard Mitt Romney (bald Richard Jenkins wearing a toupee) "Osama" Hussein Obama II, all played by actors (2).

Notes
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(2) Actor playing "Obama" also plays "Osama in an Afghanistan cave" videos.
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Right and Tony Hawks daughter was Emile in Sandy Hook - Ed is off his rocker on allot of matching but he may have stumbled upon the truth about actors and organized news stories to push agendas.
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Unbelievable, CNN's Don Lemon and Jessie Jackson feel Dorner's pain, the man is insane, yet people are supporting this guy for murdering people because he was fired from the LAPD, well, the Bible was right, it states in the end times people will see evil as good and good as evil, I never thought I would agree with Charles Manson: “You know, a long time ago being crazy meant something. Nowadays everybody's crazy.”
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There ought to be a law... That when you write something like this, you have to go on active police duty for a month, worst neighborhoods. Easy to throw stones. Would love to see how you'd hold up. Easy to case aspersions. I have a feeling you'd crumble under the realization that you can't force your vision of perfect on the world. Only wish I could see you in a situation like that, to see how you would react. I'm guessing not well.
 Quoting: CowboyEE


newspaper trucks roll down streets all over the world every day in good and bad

neighbourhoods .


this shooting shows total incompetence and disregard for, police procedure, the law itself and citizens lives and safety.

to cast aspersions would be to speculate that these terrible marksman cops were attempting to murder someone who was exposing them or their cronies as corrupt


look at them busy texting on their phones at the scene, getting their story straight.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33023986


Realy don't appreciate being misquoted like this. Why did you do this?
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If these crazed cops kill him, why wouldn't they hide it? They don't follow the laws shooting up vehicles. Where do they come across is this a new law you can just shoot suspects depriving them of due process and a trial especially if they are honored Navy service men?

If you live in California here, you best move.You don't have to worry about any Obama drones when you got this psycho organized shooters above the law who can shoot up anyone at any time they want that crosses their path.
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They still aren't going to release the name of the deceased officer. Thats really different........

[link to www.pe.com]
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


I was wondering about this at first myself, but someone said its because theyre trying to keep the funeral and shit secret.

This kill by Dorner wasnt a planned event of targeting someone he knew, but rather a spontanoues one that happened by chance encounter, so its unlikely he knows the identity of who he killed.
 Quoting: JR 33968321


That would make sense if they didn't print the date, time and address of the funeral in the paper and on the internet..... This is just bizarre!

You make a point about the spontaneity - thats why I keep wondering about the manifesto - the guy he killed wasn't named or even on the LAPD. The whole thing is just bizarre. Same with the first cop shooting - he would not have known they were LAPD because he was in Corona. Which by the way just to keep things interesting - THERE IS NO AM/PM on Magnolia at the I-15 on/off ramp area. The AM/PM is two miles down the road on Ontario. Does anyone have better links from the witness who allegedly flagged down the LAPD to follow the truck? And while we're talking about the place the cop shootings started - wouldn't there be surveillance video of the event? Has anyone seen links to that?
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


Or even a sketch of the routes where officers started tailing him and where the shooting actually took place - was it on the overpass or in a parking lot??
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Wow, they are really scared.. total open fear displayed on behalf of the police. Its funny how quick the macho bulletproof "I-am-god-obey-and-respect-my-authority" tude evaporated instantly when faced with a skilled opponent.

Still, hope everybody stays safe.
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A law enforcement official working on the investigation told the network a Coleman stove, cot and propane gas supplies were found inside Dorner’s Nissan Titan.

Two long-range rifles with suppressors and a Glock handgun were also reportedly recovered.

[link to losangeles.cbslocal.com]

Has anyone heard if they figured out what was used to start the fire?
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Dorner won't be brought in alive. They will shoot to kill. Dorner possesses too many secrets. Dead men don't talk.
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Well I'll tell you one thing, if I was him and I was innocent? I'd RUN LIKE HELL!!!
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They still aren't going to release the name of the deceased officer. Thats really different........

[link to www.pe.com]
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


I was wondering about this at first myself, but someone said its because theyre trying to keep the funeral and shit secret.

This kill by Dorner wasnt a planned event of targeting someone he knew, but rather a spontanoues one that happened by chance encounter, so its unlikely he knows the identity of who he killed.
 Quoting: JR 33968321


That would make sense if they didn't print the date, time and address of the funeral in the paper and on the internet..... This is just bizarre!

You make a point about the spontaneity - thats why I keep wondering about the manifesto - the guy he killed wasn't named or even on the LAPD. The whole thing is just bizarre. Same with the first cop shooting - he would not have known they were LAPD because he was in Corona. Which by the way just to keep things interesting - THERE IS NO AM/PM on Magnolia at the I-15 on/off ramp area. The AM/PM is two miles down the road on Ontario. Does anyone have better links from the witness who allegedly flagged down the LAPD to follow the truck? And while we're talking about the place the cop shootings started - wouldn't there be surveillance video of the event? Has anyone seen links to that?
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


Or even a sketch of the routes where officers started tailing him and where the shooting actually took place - was it on the overpass or in a parking lot??
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


The officer he killed was stopped at a red light. He had just got in the first shootout(getting off 91 onto Magnolia) and was getting away. I think he did the second shootout to avoid being followed.


This is a very good timeline to keep up with. Its updated pretty well-
[link to projects.scpr.org]



This is the intersection where the second shootout was and officer killed:
[link to maps.google.com]

This shooting happened right where that white van is sitting, facing away from us, Im pretty sure.
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Yes folks thats the only thing they claim to have to go on here. And btw that facebook account was created only 2 weeks ago, with ZERO friends, and no comments. He posted over a total of SIX days. Who did he expect to see the manifesto? Nobody was reading his facebook account.

Is there a possibility that the Irvine murders might be a separate incident than the cop shootings? Is there a possibility that this guy did not start the facebook page? Until we have the answers to those two questions (such as what weapons used in both murders, maybe some surveillance video, perhaps chasing down an IP address of facebook editor, etc) I'm not buying this story.
 Quoting: BunnyGirl



I got the feeling this guy was smart enough to create a presence for the media to grab hold of before starting his war.

What horrible pics would they have found elsewhere to splatter all over the news? He wanted to give the public a personality they could identify with and warm up to.

...I mean come on! Look at that smile! The guy has heart and looks like an honorable badass in service of his country.

Now take someone like that and fuck them in the ass like the LAPD did and you get what you have now. They ruined his life cause some stupid pig bitch had to kick a mentally retarded kid in the face after he was already restrained and this guy's conscious could not simply ignore that so he did something about it and they ruined him for it. Not just his job but his military career which was something he was very proud of.

These pigs are going to get what they deserve and they are the one's who caused this. NOT Dorner! they put him on this path that he now feel obligated to carry out. They took everything from him for nothing and what does a man do once he has nothing left to lose?


When there is no justice left what is one to do? ...well this guy is using his skills and training to do what he can.
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I woke on the beach in la getting kicked in the head by a cop. I was asleep, in a sleeping bag, 4 am about. Had camping backpack. Kicked for nothing but being homeless. 2 years ago a cop in San Diego stole my passport, my only Id. Took 10 months to get Id back. Lots of ca cops out of control. I feel safer around real gang members.
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The cops are so skilled that even with 47 rounds they were unable to kill two ladies delivering papers. Ironic, sad and pathetic.
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+1
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The bed of the truck was filled with papers so it stopped the bullets from penetrating into the lower part of the cab. If it wouldnt have been for that the women most likely would have been killed or at the very least, much more seriously wounded.
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A law enforcement official working on the investigation told the network a Coleman stove, cot and propane gas supplies were found inside Dorner’s Nissan Titan.

Two long-range rifles with suppressors and a Glock handgun were also reportedly recovered.

[link to losangeles.cbslocal.com]

Has anyone heard if they figured out what was used to start the fire?
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


No but I know the truck was wrecked also, and unconfirmed reports are that he tried to get it going again.

In other words, they dont think it was staged by Dorner, but then again thats impossible to prove. It would be smart to stage something like that and make it look like he was still in the Big Bear area stuck, when he;s really chillin somewhere comfy. Who knows... prolly only Dorner.
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A law enforcement official working on the investigation told the network a Coleman stove, cot and propane gas supplies were found inside Dorner’s Nissan Titan.

Two long-range rifles with suppressors and a Glock handgun were also reportedly recovered.

[link to losangeles.cbslocal.com]

Has anyone heard if they figured out what was used to start the fire?
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


No but I know the truck was wrecked also, and unconfirmed reports are that he tried to get it going again.

In other words, they dont think it was staged by Dorner, but then again thats impossible to prove. It would be smart to stage something like that and make it look like he was still in the Big Bear area stuck, when he;s really chillin somewhere comfy. Who knows... prolly only Dorner.
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Why then would you leave the weapons? Even the propane tank could be used for a diversion ... Why leave the weapons? unless you are freaking out and running thinking you are being tailed - but why then haven't they found him for two days?

baffling.
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I was wondering about this at first myself, but someone said its because theyre trying to keep the funeral and shit secret.

This kill by Dorner wasnt a planned event of targeting someone he knew, but rather a spontanoues one that happened by chance encounter, so its unlikely he knows the identity of who he killed.
 Quoting: JR 33968321


That would make sense if they didn't print the date, time and address of the funeral in the paper and on the internet..... This is just bizarre!

You make a point about the spontaneity - thats why I keep wondering about the manifesto - the guy he killed wasn't named or even on the LAPD. The whole thing is just bizarre. Same with the first cop shooting - he would not have known they were LAPD because he was in Corona. Which by the way just to keep things interesting - THERE IS NO AM/PM on Magnolia at the I-15 on/off ramp area. The AM/PM is two miles down the road on Ontario. Does anyone have better links from the witness who allegedly flagged down the LAPD to follow the truck? And while we're talking about the place the cop shootings started - wouldn't there be surveillance video of the event? Has anyone seen links to that?
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


Or even a sketch of the routes where officers started tailing him and where the shooting actually took place - was it on the overpass or in a parking lot??
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


The officer he killed was stopped at a red light. He had just got in the first shootout(getting off 91 onto Magnolia) and was getting away. I think he did the second shootout to avoid being followed.


This is a very good timeline to keep up with. Its updated pretty well-
[link to projects.scpr.org]



This is the intersection where the second shootout was and officer killed:
[link to maps.google.com]

This shooting happened right where that white van is sitting, facing away from us, Im pretty sure.
 Quoting: JR 33968321


correction: thats not where the first officer shooting happened. that was somewhere in Corona that Im not sure of yet.

Im right about the second location where the officer was killed. Coming down Magnolia going NE, stopping at the light at the intersection with Arlington.

Now I just gotta go figure out exactly where the 1st shooting took place/
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Dorner won't be brought in alive. They will shoot to kill. Dorner possesses too many secrets. Dead men don't talk.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13133046


by looking at the ladies newspaper truck, if they shoot to kill he stands a pretty good

chance of living.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34039183


LOL - good point! LOL! Just like on tv and in the movies. You are absolutely right!
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


You are probably right on the money, OP.
Just like in the movies or TV show.

I really don't see how a person could escape the Bonny and Clyde routine done to their vehicle and escaped with only
minor glass cuts, do you? Only through the magic of Television. What if the vehicle was staged?
What if the story of the two ladies is fake?
What if the story of who was in the vehicle or the reason it got shot up happened somewhere else and had other occupants all together?
Short answer is: nobody will be the wiser. They would be absolutely











satisfied with the story given.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1482838


Dorner won't be brought in alive. They will shoot to kill. Dorner possesses too many secrets. Dead men don't talk.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13133046


by looking at the ladies newspaper truck, if they shoot to kill he stands a pretty good

chance of living.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34039183


LOL - good point! LOL! Just like on tv and in the movies. You are absolutely right!
 Quoting: BunnyGirl


You are probably right on the money, OP.
Just like in the movies or TV show.

I really don't see how a person could escape the Bonny and Clyde routine done to their vehicle and escaped with only
minor glass cuts, do you? Only through the magic of Television. What if the vehicle was staged?
What if the story of the two ladies is fake?
What if the story of who was in the vehicle or the reason it got shot up happened somewhere else and had other occupants all together?
Short answer is: nobody will be the wiser. They would be absolutely satisfied with the story given.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1482838


We have missed how The Feds and sheriffs went through 200 homes with out warrants and without many being home ( vacation homes ) and how every cabin always has guns and ammo. Ez grab from the working white folks while at jobs in the city. Everyone goes up Thurs Friday, so set up gun grab while every one is off the mountain. Disarmed a few families and see whats inside the cabin and document for next movesheeplebah
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Guns found in the truck were also burned, but authorities believe Dorner may have as many as 30 guns with him, the source said. Dorner was in the Navy and is trained in counterinsurgency and intelligence, the source said.
Two inches of snow Friday coated the mountaintop pine trees and roads around Big Bear Lake, leading motorists to use tire chains. Up to six more inches were expected. But the snow was regarded as a godsend because tracking a man on the run would be easier, authorities said.

Despite the intense search, authorities allowed nearby ski resorts to remain open Friday because they don't believe Dorner is in Big Bear Lake. At one point, a smiling snowboarder whizzed by police and media, seemingly oblivious to an ongoing news conference and the seriousness of the manhunt.
Jay Obernolte, mayor of Big Bear Lake community, described Friday as having "a beautiful winter morning." Residents weren't fearful, he said, adding that "many of the people here are armed."
"Is there panic in our community?" Obernolte asked reporters rhetorically. "No, there is no panic. We're a hardy people in the San Bernardino Mountains."


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