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LA Cops On Wild Shooting Spree

February 13, 2013 by  

LA Cops On Wild Shooting Spree
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In Calfornia, black men and pickup drivers have begun — in an act of desperate self-preservation — to don shirts and signs emblazoned with the words ”Not Chris Dorner; Please Do Not Shoot.”

It’s a wise move, considering that Los Angeles LEOs (legally entitled to oppress) have not once but twice opened fire on pickups that only remotely looked like the gray Nissan Titan that rogue police officer Chris Dorner reportedly owned. By remotely, I mean that the trucks all had four wheels.

In the first instance, no fewer than seven police officers shot into the blue Toyota Tacoma occupied by two Hispanic women delivering newspapers. The women apparently did nothing more suspicious than follow their daily routine of driving slowly down a Torrance street while delivering their papers. The officers, under no immediate threat from the women and seemingly without giving them a chance to surrender or even identify themselves, blasted away.

According to news reports, not only was the women’s truck pockmarked with dozens of bullet holes, but houses, trees and adjacent cars had multiple bullet holes, meaning that officers of the LAPD are no more disciplined than the gangsters who shoot up LA neighborhoods. Despite the hail of bullets, the two women survived — further demonstrating the incompetence of the Los Angeles Police Department.

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck immediately went into government functionary cover-up mode and declined to say how many officers were involved, what kind of weapons they used, how many bullets were fired and, perhaps most important, what kind of verbal warnings — if any — were given to the women before the shooting began, the Los Angeles Times reported.

According to the women’s lawyer, no warning was given. This means the LEOs in LA have become an execution squad.

“They still have to give the guy an opportunity to surrender. You can’t just execute him,” attorney Glen Jonas said. “It’s in these high-stress situations where you follow your training and they violated every piece of training they ever received.”

Not to be outdone by their incompetent brothers in blue, later that same morning across town police officers rammed their cruiser into a truck being driven by David Perdue, a white man out for a morning surf who had been stopped and questioned by police only moments earlier. After wrecking Purdue, officers fired numerous shots into the truck — again a different make and color from Dorner’s and without first ascertaining whether the person they were trying to kill even resembled the man they were looking for. (Hint: He didn’t.) The LA Times reported: “Perdue looks nothing like Dorner: He’s several inches shorter and about a hundred pounds lighter. And Perdue is white; Dorner is black.”

And again, officers were so incompetent that despite the barrage of bullets fired at almost point-blank range, Perdue was, thankfully, unhit, though he did suffer a concussion and wrenched shoulder.

“I don’t want to use the word buffoonery but it really is unbridled police lawlessness,” Robert Sheahen, Perdue’s attorney, told the LA Times. “These people need training and they need restraint.”

But why not use a term that fits? Buffoonery certainly works. Or even better perhaps, unbridled lawlessness.

Dorner went rogue, if you believe his online manifesto, to clear his name from the tarnish heaped on it and him by a corrupt LAPD. Dorner claims his firing stemmed from his efforts to report police abuses and malfeasance.

If even half of Dorner’s claims are true, the LAPD remains as corrupt and broken as it was in 1991 when Rodney King was beaten to within an inch of his life. And it’s understandable for LAPD officers to be on edge in light of Dorner’s threats. Dorner has killed three of the six people he shot at, and LAPD are now 0 for 3 despite their greater manpower and firepower.

This “shoot first and clean up the mess later” mindset is pervasive among the totalitarian class and demonstrates why so many of them support and continue to use no-knock warrants that have led to the deaths of dozens of people, many of them innocent and not even the target of a police search.

Where once it was “To protect and serve,” the motto for police has become “We shoot first to protect ourselves and don’t care about collateral damage.”

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Editor’s note: Several hours after I wrote this article, California law enforce officers announced that Dorner had perished while holed up in a cabin that caught fire after police fired tear gas into it.–BL

Bob Livingston

is an ultra-conservative American who has been writing a newsletter since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • KG

    I lived in LA during the “innsuresction” Thanks to Prop 13, the Government that SoCal needs has ben desperately shrunk into a kind of Oak Bush rather than the Tree it needs.
    Between the North of the San Fernando valley, to the Ocean then to the indland empire, there are about 17 million people. The averge size of the LAPD has hardly gone above 7000 officers. It’s a siege mentality.
    The Wealthyest people live in a beautyfull place, and yet, they don’t want to pay for the real cost of a good society. It’s like as though someone living in a lixury hotel and dosent want to pay for the janitors salary and wonders why the bathroom stinks.

    • J.L.

      So, you say tax the rich and pay for the social services that will keep So. Cal. a just place? Pay for more LAPD on the streets? To say the least, you are as clueless as you are a horrific speller!

      • Ron r

        very adult J.L name calling is a great way to get your point across. Way to go genius.

      • OneGuess

        And so, Ron r, you do the very same as J.L.? “Genius”?

      • Steve E

        If you made the LAPD twice a large in force, you would have twice a many innocent people being shot at.

      • Buster the Anatolian

        LA does not have an income problem it like the state of Kalifornia and the federal government has a spending problem.

    • Bill

      KG,
      Your comments are a good argument why we need more assault rifles to protect ourselves when the police cannot.

      Why don’t you quit whining about the govt not taking care of you and get off your lazy a$$ and take care of yourself

      • Tom Cook

        Bill it seems to me that the point is we need assault rifles to protect ourselves against the most murderous criminals of all–police.

      • eddie47d

        Maybe it means those weapons should be taken away from those fools too!

      • http://twitter.com/00071958 gid de simone (@00071958)

        eggplants

      • Vicki

        Interesting. Eddie now suggests disarming the police too.

    • nobodysfool

      KG, taxing the rich? That only works as long as the rich keep willingly emptying their pockets. Thousands of rich people are leaving CA because of higher & higher taxes. Who will you tax when they are all gone?? Here’s the deal: you can confiscate ALL of the rich peoples’ money, and you can pay for more “social services” (aka welfare for people who prefer to collect “do nothing checks” over getting a job) for a little while. But you can only take ALL of the wealthy peoples’ money ONCE. Then it is gone and they are poor like you. Happy now?? You have come across the border and been brainwashed by liberals. Best you go back home now.

    • restorefreedom

      Cops don’t make a good society believe it or not! Neither will taking all of our guns away.

      • http://comcast.com the fisherman

        Nobody is taking your guns away. You can shoot your neighbors and your self and leave the state to others. It would be better so we do not have to pay for the court coast.

      • CZ52

        the fisherman that is only because they do not have the votes to do it. If Feinstein, Schumer, Bloomberg, The Bradys and others had their way all guns would be confiscated from the general public.

    • ernest

      K G you don’t know what your talking about, prop.13 wasn’t about the rich I knew people that had to sell their homes that they had lived for 20 years when they retired ( their propery-tax had gone up so much ) you want rent-control but not tax-control.

    • randydutton

      It isn’t about the money, it’s about a bureaucratic mindset where government officials are protected regardless of their behavior. I was dismissed from my job to head the Long Beach PD Crime Analysis unit in Nov of 1996 two week after starting, because apparently I had stumbled onto the police stealing cars (according to another LB official a week after I left.) And instead of being congratulated for having solved an previously unsolved BofA robbery in LB during my second week, I was accused of ‘being antagonistic to a detective who claimed to my training Sargent, in a 45-second offering of information I had implied that the case detective might not have the information. (which an hour later proved he hadn’t). Because I had transferred from my supervisory job at the Port of Long Beach to take this newly civilianized job, I was on probation, hence, the Sargent didn’t need a reason to dismiss me. But the Assistant Chief of Police during the outbrief couldn’t understand why I was being dismissed, yet said, regardless, he supports the decisions of his officers. Therein lies the problem — Blind Support.

      Once I found out about the LBPD criminal activity I could have attempted to get my job back but I and everyone else knew my body likely soon would be found floating in the LA River (if there was water).

      25 years in the military officer corps and it was rampant then too.

      • Bruce

        when you give one flawed human power over other flawed humans you better be sure there are lots of “CHECKS AND BALANCES” or we will end up right where we are today. With one group going bad to the other without any repercussions. And power cops running unchecked, stealing cars, drugs and money from their victims, the common man, will always cause corruption.
        So tell me the American way to root out corruption, when all 3 branches of gov is INFECTED so badly with corruption. Did they put anything in OUR constitution to protect us from our gov and police in this case? When it is all corrupt, what is a GOOD CITIZEN to do to fix the problem. I think there are 150 million people ready to do something, if only a good person would lead them. Is it time for the 150 million LEGAL gun owners to go on “walk-about” to Washington? And leave the place, less contaminated by evil, and corruption when they leave? This country needs a purge of government workers. And then we need to start over and make sure the checks and balances are FIRMLY in place so we can rule ourselves like we are supposed to be doing, without the presence of evil.

        • BR549

          Bruce wrote: “So tell me the American way to root out corruption, when all 3 branches of gov is INFECTED so badly with corruption. Did they put anything in OUR constitution to protect us from our gov and police in this case?”

          Interesting question. I think the answer to that question lies in the words in our own documents, that men “are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights”.

          Once a population has become educated enough to question the bonds that other men men might endeavor to put on them, they are conscious enough to know they can no longer slaves; to be treated like cattle. That is why the PTB, for the last hundred years, have intentionally and decrementally been pulling education out from under the members of our population. Charlotte Iserbyt discovered the then 80 year old plan during Reagan’s first term and she was summarily sacked as a whistle blower.

          Somewhere in this argument comes religion; not the rote bible thumping, mind you, but that part where people actually see that they are responsible to their Creator and their fellow man. I think, sadly, that the integrity necessary to accomplish that has been eroding for some time and the politicians, being the weaker minded, parasitic sub-species that they are, have only seen this opportunity as another free lunch program.

      • jhkjsdhkjhd

        Hmmm, Everyone is a perp.

    • Kate8

      KG – You are just another liberal who, no doubt, does not own your own home, or you purchased one too recently to benefit from Prop 13.

      Before Prop 13, seniors were being taxed out of their homes, homes where they lived for many years and hoped to die in.

      If it were not for Prop 13, I’d have lost my tiny, humble abode during the housing bubble. The only reason I’m still here is because they haven’t been able to hit me with a double or triple tax bill. And believe me, I already have to pay far more than I should to stay in my own home.

      If the jerks you libs sent to Sacto succeed in wiping out Prop 13, you will be responsible for millions of seniors losing the homes they spent their lifetimes paying for. There are far more ways to save money, like stopping outragious benefits to illegal aliens.

      Prop 13 is one of the only breaks you get in CA if you are not an illegal (or a gov’t employee).

      • BR549

        Kate,
        I left CA three years ago. It was just going out of control. The immigration issue is just out of control and the latino kids in rural areas around where I lived would refuse to speak English at school. When their teacher would call their parents in, they were always to busy or still working. And when a teacher would attempt to discipline them, they cry foul and get a bunch of gutless liberals at the school department to waive the academic requirements for PC reasons.

        The kids even at the GRAMMAR school level out in the boonies were already into the gang mentality, obviously idolizing anti-gringo sentiments, and threatening teachers and their vehicles. These brats were incorrigible. On an individual basis, you just wanted to grab one of those worthless little cockroaches and smack the snot out of them. Nothing racist about it; it’s just a complete lack of any decent upbringing and common decency. They have none. But Pelosi, Boxer, and Feinstein are supporting these parasites. I guess it gets them votes because those slope-headed, latte toting, Prius drivers out there, with the Obama and Green Peace stickers plaster on their cars, are still optimistic about Hope and Change and haven’t one freakin’ clue about what is happening to their state. I was just time to leave.

        Don’t mind me; I’m just venting today.

      • KG

        There were no “grandmas’ loosing their houses, it was a bunch off Jarvis-Regan-dittoheads who ‘FELT” like they paid enough in taxes, so they didn’t have to pay anymore. I moved from Louisiana in 1989 (BTW the LAST time we had a Republican leaving office in turmoil before the Bush). Going to Cali was like being on a different planet. LA is a beautiful city, and Pasadena is one of the most charming towns. And the Beaches, the mountains – it is bit of heaven.
        The first job I got was working at a drugstore. And it was UNION. I had a health plan, vacation time – stuff that was unheard of for a job that many people consider a “real job.” And then I joined the IBEW – And became a journeyman electrician. In fact, I had to take a cut in pay, but it was worth it. In 1996, I voted for Bill the Second time and never regretted it. Thank GAOTU that I was able to vote for Barak twice.
        You want to end this “economic repression”, then start paying people wages and benefits larger than what they were getting in 1979.

        • BR549

          KG wrote: “There were no “grandmas’ loosing their houses, it was a bunch off Jarvis-Regan-dittoheads who ‘FELT” like they paid enough in taxes, so they didn’t have to pay anymore.”

          Tell that to my elderly, indigenous, female, handicapped, former neighbor, who was living on the edge and would have lost her home years ago if it weren’t for Prop13. She was, BTW, a died in the wool Democrat.

          The land values out there were approaching stupid and something had to be done. It’s why I decided to move, thank G-d.

      • Carol J, California

        The problem is they have done an end run around prop 13 by calling the taxes fees. I have a county tax bill of $2200 this time. $1780 of it is called a sewer fee which means I cannot deduct it from my income tax. Thank goodness my brother paid the first installment for me this year. In 2000, the tax bill was $329.

      • Kate8

        Yep. I was born and raised in CA, and had to watch it go from being a most beautiful, golden place to live to having democrats take over and turn it into a sewer. Now everyone who has any sense has left and we have more people on welfare (mostly illegal) than we have taxpayers.

        But then, this was the plan all along. The liberals made CA their target for socialism to lead the way for the rest of the country. Across the board poverty. Except for the privileged few, of course.

        I live in what was once one of the most beautiful, peaceful and pleasant communities in the state (and conservative, too, btw). But the liberals began to flood in and are have been paying the bottom of the barrel welfare recipients to move in here, too, so that we’ve become just another crime-ridden, disintegrating (and overpopulated) community like everywhere else in the state.

        Most places here, you’d never know you were in America. Hardly anyone speaks English, and our cities and towns have become satellites of foreign nations.

    • http://www.facebook.com/benjamin.fox.98892 Benjamin Fox

      Don’t worry KG, soon you’ll rob the rich and won’t find any jobs but, if you don’t work anyhow it may not matter to you, robinhood was a thief and should have been hung from the nearest tree, I see people love crooks maybe that is the reason they don’t want honest citizens to have guns, to protect the crooks and the thiefs in DC? We will all soon be on the nazi plantation of all colors and races when hitler-in-chief is done spending us into a broke nation and turn us over to the UN where he will assume godhood and rule the world for his daddy satan.

    • Vicki

      KG writes:
      “The Wealthyest people live in a beautyfull place, and yet, they don’t want to pay for the real cost of a good society. ”

      Since they did not get rich by printing money like the FedReserve nor did they get rich by stealing it at gunpoint like the government, how do you suppose they did it?

      Many/most of them found ways to create wealth and in so doing most often created businesses that hired others in the society thus paying the REAL cost for a truly good society.

    • speedle

      KG, don’t worry. Soon all those “wealthy” people will have moved out of the People’s Republic of Kalifornia, and it will be you and the scum bags left to figure out how to pay for it all.

  • Robert

    The L.A. police were corrupt long before Rodney King, just look at the corruption surrounding the O.J. Simpson event.

    • Chief Boring

      I don’t know about any corruption in the OJ trial, but I believe he was as guilty as sin. I was attending USC in ’64/5, and luckily was able to leave town during the Watts riots. When I left San Diego to attend school, past students warned me to steer clear of the LAPD, as they believed they were God’s gift to California. They all sported mirrored aviator sun glasses, so you couldn’t see their eyes. They swaggered around like they owned the place, so I managed to avoid any contact. Most police I respect. A former officer introduced me to my wife, and an Atlanta Officer was best man at my wedding. So no comments about my attitude. Shooting up innocent people because you are uptight about a situation shows a severe lack of training. After my Naval Service I was Chief of a private security agency, so I do know a little of what is involved, though I am certainly not comparing myself to a policeman. Chief Boring

  • http://theconservativecrawfish.wordpress.com reelman1946

    A sign of the sicko times when a murderer of 4 has an sympathy at all…strictly race-based baloney…thanks to the dimdem party and black preachers who have spread victim-worship for decades for money/votes/power.

    • BR549

      Did you bother to even read his manifesto or are you having a knee-jerk response?

      The guy was completely wrong in murdering those people; completely, but he points out the blatant corruption in the LA police department, corruption that is leaving a wake of frustrated people across the country. And rather than Congress looking at the corruption, they have order two billion more rounds, just for the DHS. This is how the legislature plans on handling the problem. Corruption creates a population of disenfranchised people and Congress’ response is to clamp down on the people instead of policing their own.

      • restorefreedom

        Protect the brotherhood no matter what and shoot everybody else. He was probably innocent and shouldn’t have lost his job. They ruined his life to protect their brotherhood of lies, deceit, corruption and violence.

      • Kate8

        This whole thing smacks of being yet another false-flag psy-op to instill fear and chaos in the population.

        How many times have we had criminals at large without police going around terrorizing the people? Of course, when they’re targeting civilians police don’t care much.

        LAPD is legendary for its corruption. It’s been the subject of movies. It’s the police state which the PTB are hoping to spread all over America.

        BTW, with the declaration of the Constitution-free zone for 100 miles around our borders, LA is now under martial law and cops can kill anyone they like without fear of reprisal… or at least, of being accountable.

        Amazing how Obama is getting away with so much treason by stealth.

  • Dale DuBois

    Why does anyone want to live in LA or the whole state of California for that matter. I do hear that California is loosing people as the smart one are getting out.

    • tony

      Only tax payers are leaving,no criminals,illegals,or police.

  • http://www.cindynel.co.za pete

    Sad to note that the country is being run by gangsters from the top down. people had better brace themselves for the powers that be are getting more nervous every day and their trigger fingers are getting jumpy. Next time you watch the President on show, check out his hands and tell me what you see. Is it a nervous twitch or is it pure anger? He has a chip on his shoulder about something and we will probably eventually find out why.

    • http://personalliberty.com J R

      He’s mad because it’s taking to long to have total control of the USA and peons like us are standing up for ourselves and not bowing down and quivering in front of him.

  • Eric Schwartz

    I think the point here is that the unregulated use of violence by the LAPD is exactly what Dorner had alleged and while I can’t condone him targeting civilians, I can understand that all of his efforts were unproductive in getting anyone to take his claims seriously and he would have no reason that the courts would be any more honorable. If the State Government doesn’t step in and remove all of the top brass and appropriately discipline, including criminal charges for those that were found to be involved in the cover ups,and later, the attempted execution of civilians, then they are sending a clear message to the entire civilian population that the LAPD are the enemy and should expect that people will start to target the guy on Patrol whether he is honorable or not.

    Its a sad day for Law enforcement as this will taint the view of all LEO’s, most of which are honorable people that they are there to Serve & Protect. California has the obligation to overhaul this department just like the States do to School districts that have proved to be unable to manage their own affairs.

    • Steve E

      It’s ironic that after Dorner went on his rampage because of the police corruption he alleged, The police afterwards shot at two innocent victims that were driving their vehicles. Didn’t that prove Dorner’s point?

    • tony

      I just wish more people would open their eyes and see whats going on,not just in L.A. but cities and towns across this nation.Police are killing innocent people everywhere.The ones they arent killing they harrass endlessly.It is the police against the people.I remember a time when the police and the community were friends.People would talk to law enforcement on the street.They called a cop for help.Not anymore,most people avoid any contact at all,most dont even want to drive on the same street that a policeman is sitting on, because they fear being targeted for harrassment, or worse.Think about it,when you see a cop what do you do?You try to get out of his sight.You surly have that thought.This is the sad truth.You have every reason to be afraid.

      • ibcamn

        you are right Tony,and this was all from police,no one else,they brought all this crap in play to finish a cover up and lies,they already has his sentence before they even found him!police brotherhood!what a load!didn’t they use to arrest and kill mob guys for the same thing!??!….

    • ranger09

      Well the County Sheriff is the Proper Dept to Investigate, But they hold hands with the LAPD, And in a lot of cases are just as bad. But with all said and done The Public still are the ones that have to pay all these millions of dollars in Lawsuits, And i can see at lest two more coming up for about 10 million ea, 100% win for these ladies and the gent that LAPD tried to Murder.

  • rendarsmith

    If Obama wants gun control, maybe we should just take guns away from liberals, that will make us safer.

    I can’t to see all the flack I’m going to get for saying this.

    • Bill

      Good comments, rendarsmith,
      If those guns are so scary, they should not have them. Leave the gun ownership to the people that know how to handle them

  • vietnamvet1971

    In the End times people will call Good evil & Evil Good, are we there yet?

    • Steve E

      We sure are. It’s everywhere.

      • vietnamvet1971

        Yes it is and people are just going about living as if every thing is Normal which it is NOT. Just look at our country and the Supposed Leaders tearing the USA up/destroying it.

        • BR549

          People are seeing the latest gun violence as a means to unload that stifled frustration with our government but, as usual, rather than the government actually addressing a REAL problem LIKE ITSELF AND ITS CORRUPTION, it buys two billion more rounds of ammo for the DHS and gets the UN ready to come in to quell any insurgency.

          Gee, I wonder why there would ever possibly be any insurgency. Hmmm!

      • mark

        We’re way past that. We’re dead already. The UN killed every U.S. citizen yesterday. It must be true. I read it on a survivalist blog. They’re never wrong. They’ve predicted the destruction of American and its occupation by the UN 87 times so far. And they’ve always been right.

      • Vicki

        mark continues his argument to ridicule. Apparently he hasn’t discovered that we easily recognize such foolish attempts at debate.

  • Benton Bain

    Will the cops be tried for arson by burning down someone else’s house without knowing that there might be someone else in the house other than Dorner?

    • ibcamn

      Doner shot back at the police,they knew he was in there!and lo and behold,the smoke bombs burned that place like Wako!you think them cops give two sheets about who’s house it is!?!they love getting a chance to use their toys and new tactics,almost like a training exercise!they already knew they were gonna shoot and kill him,but they tried to burn him instead!the cops will twist this to their advantage and they will call each other hero’s and the good guys,but we know what the truth is,just look at who(what)they had to hunt down,and for what reason!(no the being fired part,the police hearing part)the police brought all this on themselves,this is what cover ups and lies end like!!

      • BR549

        On Clyde Lewis’ show last night, one guy called in stating that he had an app for his phone that allowed him to hear the local scanner traffic about Dorner. He stated that the cops knew of a body propped up on the bed [dead or alive? Dorner?] and that someone in control ordered the cabin to be burned down, without checking on the status of the body inside or who it was.

        Livingston did an excellent piece here on this sad series of events.

        No doubt there are aspects of this whole mess that are far deeper than the mere bumblings of incompetent, trigger-happy, yahoo LEOs firing willy-nilly at random unidentified pickup trucks and the rampant corruption as stated by Dorner in his manifesto.

  • ziggy

    SO! What do you want????????????????????? All the gang bangers, druggies and
    mental cases to take over the world???????????? There have been millions of people
    that lost their jobs and never ever started murdering people…..A sicko is a sicko no matter the color.

    • cawmun cents

      Look around ziggy….you may find that these things in your questions have already happened on a governmental scale.
      -CC.

  • Benton Bain

    Remember 2 of NYPD’s finest wounding 9 bystanders when they opened fire 10 feet from the killer on Wall Street.

    • ranger09

      Goes to show you Cops are lousy shots when under pressure, Sorry they are still lousy shots when under no pressure, Now we give them Machine Guns. Watch out Public. I remember in LA in 83-84 Two Mounted and two Others confronted a man sitting on a tree container, Bothering no one and the two mounted cops was telling him to drop a 3″ pocket knife to the ground as they were charging him with the horses and swinging the 4ft saber swords at him, The only move he made was to raise his arms upward to avoid the horses and the swords, Another Cop on the ground fired at him at about 9-10 feet and missed the first shot then fired again Only wounded the man, He was charged with a felony, The other police that arrived wanted no statements from bystanders. Point is the cop two two shots at 9-10 feet and only wounded the man on the second shot.. Metro, Pershing Park, 1983

  • http://gravatar.com/bychoosing WTS/JAY

    Does anyone prove who wrote the extremely long facebook “rant” allegedly posted by Christopher Dorner, a fired LAPD police officer who has military training. It is ridiculously lengthy and extremely detailed. At first blush one starts to get the feeling that it’s authentic, but then the anti-gun, pro-Obama tirade begins. How convenient! An active shooter who has already confessed his crimes, who despises guns in the hands of the common man and who argues that they should be banned. In one handy manifesto?

    Maybe this whole story IS legit. Time will tell. But what makes this truly scary stuff, is the allegedly self-authored anti-gun rant by the alleged shooter. Halfway through Dorner’s post? he embarks on an anti-firearms tirade so venomous it makes any informed reader wonder if the DOD, DOJ or DHS had a hand in authoring it.

    Could this be a govt-op and a very bloody one…?

    A brief examination; and here’s the paragraph that begins his anti-firearms monologue. Dorner allegedly writes:

    If you had a well regulated AWB, this would not happen. The time is now to reinstitute a ban that will save lives. Why does any sportsman need a 30 round magazine for hunting? Why does anyone need a suppressor? Why does anyone need a AR15 rifle? This is the same small arms weapons system utilized in eradicating Al Qaeda, Taliban, and every enemy combatant since the Vietnam war. Don’t give me that crap that its not a select fire or full auto rifle like the DoD uses. That’s bullshit because troops who carry the M-4/M-16 weapon system for combat ops outside the wire rarely utilize the select fire function when in contact with enemy combatants. The use of select fire probably isn’t even 1% in combat. So in essence, the AR-15 semiautomatic rifle is the same as the M-4/M-16. These do not need to be purchased as easily as walking to your local Walmart or striking the enter key on your keyboard to “add to cart”…

    He goes on to quote Mia Farrow and praise Dianne Feinstein:

    Who needs a freaking SBR AR15? No one. No more Virginia Tech, Columbine HS, Wisconsin temple, Aurora theatre, Portland malls, Tucson rally, Newtown Sandy Hook. Whether by executive order or thru a bi-partisan congress an assault weapons ban needs to be re-instituted. Period!!! Mia Farrow said it best. “Gun control is no longer debatable, it’s not a conversation, its a moral mandate.

    Sen. Feinstein, you are doing the right thing in leading the re-institution of a national AWB. Never again should any public official state that their prayers and thoughts are with the family. That has become cliche’ and meaningless. Its time for action. Let this be your legacy that you bestow to America. Do not be swayed by obstacles, antagaonist, and naysayers. Remember the innocent children at Austin, Kent, Stockton, Fullerton, San Diego, Iowa City, Jonesboro, Columbine, Nickel Mines, Blacksburg, Springfield, Red Lake, Chardon, Aurora, and Newtown. Make sure this never happens again!!!

    In my cache you will find several small arms. In the cache, Bushmaster firearms, Remington precision rifles, and AAC Suppressors (silencers). All of these small arms are manufactured by Cerberus/Freedom Group. The same company responsible for the Portland mall shooting, Webster , NY, and Sandy Hook massacre. “

    Given the fact that Homeland Security now considers military veterans and patriots to be its enemies, and the Obama administration targets lawful gun owners and the Second Amendment, what better way to take the gun grab hysteria to a whole new level than for one rogue police officer “with military training” to target men, women and children in a murderous rampage of semi-automatic gun violence, all neatly explained away in an anti-gun, anti-Second Amendment manifesto written by a “disgruntled cop”?

    I would prefer the official version of this story to be true, but given what we know about the lies of known liars who are currently in control of the United States government (Fast and Furious, the Underwear Bomber and the Sandy Hook massacre as just three recent examples), these uncomfortable questions must be asked.

    Christopher Dorner’s alleged manifesto:

    http://laist.com/2013/02/07/christopher_dorners_manifesto_in_fu.php

    • Fedup

      California!……………….

    • Steve E

      I suppose that Dorner stated in his manifesto that he wanted strict gun control because, after he killed people, he became a criminal. And everyone knows that criminals want gun control so other people won’t have them to protect themselves, and thus, take away the occupational hazard of being a criminal.

    • Gary

      Screw you! I will never register my weapons, and we will prepare as needed. There is going to be a 2nd revolution in this nation, thanks to ba$tards like u and those in D.C., and it won’t be long in coming, if you jacka$$es want to keep pushing it. I hope the LAPD killed this worthless SOB, and I wish they’d dump this piece of $h!t in the desert so God’s creatures can have some good nourishment! F— you all on the left! You want a war? You will get one!

    • TML

      WTS/JAY … I’d say your suspicion is warranted, and I will go so far as to assert that this ‘manifesto’ was either altered, or completely fake. Either that, or the dude is just completely off his rocker. I know, considering what he has engaged in, that’s probably not far from the truth, but as you pointed out, the first parts of it seem to be authentic; it goes on giving names and (at least) believable circumstances. It then gets into who is being targeted – from Caucasian, black, Latino, and Asian, to lesbian cops – and then goes into expressing how he knows their techniques.

      What started to really strike me as strange is that after this, he begins explaining how he is going to operate and what resources he will use (which would seem like a very foolish thing to do if he was actually intending on being successful in such a ‘campaign’). And then, it drops into an entirely different context just long enough to rant on the assault weapons ban, and Obama support before coming back with a totally out of context statement about not being the first time someone lied to him.

      It reads (with context):

      “…Do not forget your commitment to transparency in your administration. Sometimes I believe your administration forgets that. America, you will realize today and tomorrow that this world is made up of all human beings who have the same general needs and wants in life for themselves, their kin, community, and state. That is the freedom to LIVE and LOVE. They may eat different foods, enjoy different music, have different dialects, or speak a second language, but in essence are no different from you and I. This is America. We are not a perfect sovereign country as we have our own flaws but we are the closest that will ever exist.

      Unfortunately, this is not the first time an authoritative figure has lied on me.

      —–, assistant principal, Cypress HS. Remember when you lied to my mother and the police officer in your office about stating that you never stated to me in a private conversation that you know the theft suspect (—–) stole my watch. Let me refresh your memory.”

      Then the entire writing style picks up again, naming personal names, etc.

      It then goes into seemingly saying his good-bye’s to those close to him before again going off into the political spectrum, but mimicks the exact same sentence at least twice on three different people. For example:

      “Gov. Chris Christie. What can I say? You’re the only person I would like to see in the White House in 2016 other than Hillary.
      Some say it is my fault that I was terminated.”

      10 paragraphs later;

      “Gov. Chris Christie. What can I say? You’re the only person I would like to see in the White House in 2016 other than Hillary. You’re America’s no shit taking uncle.”

      And then this one;

      “Wayne LaPierre, President of the NRA, you’re a vile and inhumane piece of shit.
      Sgt Maj. —– USMC, Thank you for the intense instruction and mentorship and time spent forging me into a never quit officer.”

      And then exactly 6 paragraphs later;

      “Wayne LaPierre, President of the NRA, you’re a vile and inhumane piece of shit. You never even showed 30 seconds of empathy for the children, teachers, and families of Sandy Hook.”

      Then this one;

      “Willie Geist, you’re a talented and charismatic journalist.
      Chris Matthews, Joe Scarborough, Pat Harvey, Brian Williams, Soledad Obrien, Wolf Blitzer, Meredith Viera, Tavis Smiley, and Anderson Cooper, keep up the great work and follow Cronkite’s lead.”

      Very NEXT paragraph;

      “Willie Geist, you’re a talented and charismatic journalist. Stop with all the talk show shenanigans and get back to your core of reporting. Your future is brighter than most.”

      Another;

      “Tebow, I really wanted to see you take charge of an offense again and the game.
      Ellen Degeneres, continue your excellent contribution to entertaining America and bringing the human factor to entertainment.”

      2 paragraphs later;

      “Tebow, I really wanted to see you take charge of an offense again and the game. You are not a good QB by todays standards, but you are a great football player who knows how to lead a team and WIN.”

      This happens several more times. And your link seem to actually cut off the end.

      My gut tells me that his has been severely hacked up if it started off to be truly written by him in the first place. Either that, or the man truly has, literally, lost his freakin marbles so much that he is no longer cognitive. You pick.

      • Vicki

        He evaded LAPD’s finest for 5 days (and maybe still since it will be hard to confirm his body). Not likely he is off his rocker. Much more likely that his “manifesto” has been heavily tampered with.

      • http://gravatar.com/bychoosing WTS/JAY

        There is something else that people failed to notice in all the excitement, TML. There are stark similarities with respect to this event and another that took place not too long ago, that being; the Bin Laden episode!

        1.In both cases, there is no body; one was supposedly chucked into the Ocean, the other was supposedly burned to a crisp; no evidence.

        2.In both cases there was no trial to determine guilt or innocence.

        3.In both cases the media played a big part in the marketing-process, convince the masses it’s all legit, then deny the public access when all was said and done.

        For those who took part in this, what appears to be nothing more then a staged-opera/false-flag(considering all the gun-control, feeding-frenzy as of late)i would remind them of the fateful end of all the navy-seals that took part in the capture? and dispatching? of Mr. Bin Laden…All are dead!!!

        Most unsettling!

        • Chief Boring

          The SEAL who actually shot BL would be surprised to know he’s “dead”. He has given an inerview to a magazine, Esquire, I think, referring to himself as “Shooter”, to protect his identity and his family. The TAP process neglected to apprise him of the five year medical treatment he can have, but not his family. He got out a lttle over three years too early to retire, and doesn’t want a desk job in the Reserves to make up the time. Of course if he did that he’d have to wait till age 60 to receive a pension. He has arthritis and other problems stemming from multiple deployments and missions, not to mention the long training required. His problems are not unusual. The VA takes an average of 8 months! to process a disability claim. Meanwhile he can’t get a job, unless he wants to drive a beer truck in Milwaukee! Of course, he knew the rules going in, but they could at least do better on processing disability claims. I wasn’t a SEAL, but got out after more than eleven years, to check out the greener pastures after the Navy sent me to college for a year. After a while, I didn’t want to waste that time, so I did join the Reserves, and retired after nine years, having made Chief. I served the last three years without pay, as the Navy in its wisdom didn’t think they’d need a combat cameraman if a war started! Oh well. The point is, I’ve been getting a pension for fifteen years now. Maybe the Shooter should rethink his options. But he’s not dead, at least. Chief Boring

      • http://gravatar.com/bychoosing WTS/JAY

        Associated Press sources are reporting a statistically impossible tragedy for U.S. forces in Afghanistan– that of the 38 NATO forces killed in a helicopter crash Friday night, “more than 20″ were members of SEAL Team 6, the covert unit that took credit for killing Osama bin Laden in May.

        Mainstream sources are seizing upon claims that the Taliban took credit for downing the helicopter, but that means nothing. Media instantly ran reports that al Qaeda was responsible for the bombing & shootings in Norway; moreover, anyone on a message board can make such claims.

        Instead, independent sources predicted shortly after the raid on bin Laden’s compound that SEALs would soon be reported dead in a helicopter crash or staged incident following multiple reports from military sources who’ve proved accurate in the past, including on-air callers, that SEALs did indeed die during the raid. Official stories admitted after-the-fact that a helicopter went down during the mission, but claimed there were no deaths of U.S. forces.

        Infowars is on the record reporting that members of Seal Team 6 died in the so called OBL raid. The government admits that a super secret helicopter did crash during the OBL raid but says no one died, our intel is different. We predicted that the spin doctors would stage a crash or when a real crash took place that they would say the SEALs died then.

        This is a old trick that governments all over the world have been caught pulling in the past. Some speculate that Obama had the team killed to cover up what really happened; however our intel does not point that way. The Pentagon may have blown the helicopter up on the ground on the night of the raid. Lastly the globalist MSM is reporting that terrorist have taken credit but that is notoriously filled with disinfo, like in the Norway attack when a fake terrorist group took credit and the media ran with it.

        According to the sources, military personnel internally admit to the SEAL deaths, however it was not clear whether it had been the result of an accidental crash, from a firefight with Pakistani military forces stationed only a short distance from the compound, or whether, as Pakistani eyewitnesses, the helicopter exploded after covert forces entered.

        Whatever the true story, one thing is clear: dead men tell no tales. The inconvenient truth is that governments throughout history have disposed of heroes, covert troops and special forces to keep the real story from coming out. Helicopter and plane crashes have been one of the favorite methods for tying up these loose ends.

        The fact is, Mr. Boring, there are too many inconsistencies with respect to BL & Seal6, and the “mysterious-shooter” story, ridiculous, considering the fact that BL was long dead prior to the staged “puppet-show”!

        • Chief Boring

          The story was the team blew up the disabled chopper to protect classified systems aboard. THat makes sense. One of these days the story may come out. Chief Boring

        • BR549

          WTS/JAY stated: “one thing is clear: dead men tell no tales. The inconvenient truth is that governments throughout history have disposed of heroes, covert troops and special forces to keep the real story from coming out. Helicopter and plane crashes have been one of the favorite methods for tying up these loose ends.”

          Ohhh, Yeah! Many sources state that OBL died in a hospital in December of 2001, but Bush and Obama had to resurrect him for political mileage.

          I’m still waiting to see why this Robbie Parker clown at Sandy Hook was laughing and joking one minute, and then had to get into his bereaving father character before going on camera, and why we haven’t seen any children recovering from wounds they sustained. No security camera shots from the hallways, but a boatload of questions.

          • Chief Boring

            Have you ever been to a wake? People laugh and cry from one minute to the next. If my child were wounded there’d be no photos of her either. Back in the day a Navy plane crashed in the Philippines, killing 25 Navy photographers. No black ops story; just a plane crash. Everything is not a conspiracy, though I grant there are some. BTW the Sandy Hook shooter left his Bushmaster in the car, using only pistols to do his evil. The MSM still reports he used an “assault rifle”. There’s one for ya.

          • BR549

            Chief wrote: “BTW the Sandy Hook shooter left his Bushmaster in the car, using only pistols to do his evil. The MSM still reports he used an “assault rifle”.”

            I was aware of that. No, I understand what you’re saying about wakes and such; I remember being unable to control giggling when my great-grandfather passed away when I was 11, but Parker looked more like he was getting into character. Then there is the whole CrisisActors thing and how several days after Sandy Hook, you needed a FEMA certificate number to access the list of actors. Something to check into.

            I have a healthy respect for the dead ……. when they’re dead, but this whole thing is beginning to smell fishy. The statement by the ME that all the kids were killed by long guns (presumably, the AR15), when the AR was in the front of the car and what looks like a Saiga in the trunk, the guy they chased into the woods turned out to be some tactical officer from a neighboring town, the same guy that was running out saying that he didn’t do it, and as you stated, Adam used only handguns.

            Over 1,700 chemists, physicists, engineers, and architects have now gone on record, specifically denouncing the official 9/11 story, the official story about WACO was a lie, as was the OKC bombing, and when anyone questions anything, they get pigeonholed as a conspiracy theorist and get rolls of aluminum foil for Xmas presents. I dunno there, Chief, is the general public being intentionally manipulated? Are they engaging in denial or cognitive dissonance?

          • Chief Boring

            As BHO said, “That’s above my pay grade.” I do know that all those folks that sat at home last year better get off there butts and vote. No matter who runs, any Republican is going to be better than any Democrat. The government has gotten so big and intrusive, almost any thing they do is unconstitutional. We must push for ALL the Bill of Rights. Every one is meant to protect us, and we have allowed the Constitution to be ignored. If BHO gets to appoint even one liberal to the SCOTUS, we are in BIG trouble. God save the Supreme Court! At least for the next four years. If there are any Blue Dog Democrats left, they need to come out of the woodwork.

    • ranger09

      What he stated about select fire was correct, Most times full auto is not used. Was proven in VietNam that over 60% of rounds were wasted based on full auto fire. That is why now most military weapons have a burst selector 3-5 rounds, forces the shooter to remove his finger and reengage. Full auto should only be used when you have a large force in front of you and you have a better chance of hitting several or more targets.

      • ranger09

        Most of us old boys learned this a long time ago when we were firing large caliber weapons,We learned that control bursts saved the weapon and also allowed you to reengage the targets, Bigger caliber weapons had one heck of a barrel climb. The hardest time was trying to get young soldiers from freezing on the trigger, Burning up the weapon and also wasting ammo, Even with the m16.

  • http://gillysrooms.blogspot.com Gilly from Australia

    no matter how much you train cops in a secure environment you’ll never know how good the training has been until faced with real fear of the potential enermy.

  • tony

    Official version of the story.American citizens,arm yourselves with the best weapon you can get your hands on and make ready.Things are gonna get quite dangerous on a large scale.

  • GRG

    The over reaction of the LEO in this situation is scary. Do you reallly want to call a cop if this is the way they react. The first thing they teach you when learning to shoot firearms is “be sure of your target”! Guess the LAPD takes their training from the same Federal Agents that were at Ruby Ridge. Can you imagine the size of the lawsuit those women will file against the LAPD and who will end up paying it “THE TAXPAYERS”, not the individual officers that shot up their truck and almost killed them.

  • Bernie

    We are living in what God has called in His Word The Last Days, where evil will reign and good will fall away to the side. Be prepared because it will only get worse no matter where you live. As for the LAPD and corruption , there are over 8000 Officers and most are great trustworthy men and women who put there lives on the line every day and night but there are as in any family a few who should not be there. But the next time your house gets broken into or you get into an accident call a drug dealer if you don’t trust the Police.

  • ibcamn

    well i noticed most people holding signs that read,”don’t kill doner”,and some said,”don’t shoot doner”.isn’t that to imply that most people wanted him caught but not killed,maybe to find out the truth about what really happened(oh…wait!they already had a death penalty out on him before a trial,that’s right,i forgot!)this ain’t America anymore,welcome to the wonderful police state of Obama![and henchmen]can’t forget the little guy’s that help make it possible!

  • http://gravatar.com/bychoosing WTS/JAY

    Christopher Dorner was Officially A Drone Target: First On American Soil

    Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/518108/christopher-dorner-is-officially-a-drone-target-first-on-american-soil/#LrogXSDtlHCkAYel.99

  • http://gravatar.com/bychoosing WTS/JAY

    Was Christopher Dorner really the insane psychopath that the LAPD and the media is trying to portray him as? Maybe he was, maybe he wasn’t.

    This compilation of facts regarding the Dorner case gives you a step by step look into everything that has happened until now starting from the very begging.

    What did Dorner know that lead the LAPD to shoot first and ask questions later?

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3db_1360397604

    • tim

      They have to kill him, they don’t want the truth coming out about the corruption. Every police dept in america is like this. They have thier code and only a few with a set of balls will go against it and turn the corrupt ones in. Problem is then thier lives are in danger. It’s time to clean out all of these dept’s and start looking for honest people. Problem is they all get power hungry!!!!!! They see what washington and all the lawmakers are getting away with and think they have that power too. It won’t be long before people start getting fed up with thier abuse and start shooting back!!! A couple of other posters are telling all of you what it really is. Listen to them and make sure you are capable of protecting yourself!!!!

      • BR549

        Tim, as far as routing out the bad eggs, just watch when you ask them about Oathkeepers, a group of present and former LEOs and military, who swear to continue uphold the Constitution as when they first took that oath of service. They either stick out their hands and shake yours or they squirm, still believing the FBI rhetoric about Oathkeepers being a ‘terrorist’ organization.

        I was talking with an 79 year old vet the other day, also an avid Oathkeeper, and he said, yeah, he was a terrorist ……. to the the politicians.

  • jopa

    Some bad mistakes were made by these highly trained professionals with their guns and all of their technology at their disposal.Can you just imagine the carnage that would have occurred if this matter was in the hands of a bunch of amateur vigilantes with guns roaming all the neighborhoods looking for a bad guy.I think I will stick with the cops on this one even though mistakes were made.

  • http://midcontent ridge runner

    Shades of Whorehound Climton and the ugly pig J. Reno, Burn the people to crispy chittens, saves on finding what are facts, and what is easier to cover you tracks. Burn it down, less talking and more shoveling. Plus if it went to the need of getting another white hater could not defend the status quo even this was a minority.

    • BR549

      And, as is typical, the case files on Waco were stored in the Murrah Bldg, just like the SEC files on ENRON, that would have exposed a lot of Congressional corruption, went up with Bldg7.

      If Dorner had lived, a lot of corrupt heads would have potentially rolled. That was no accidental fire started from errant tear gas shells. The guy had to die; hence the order given to burn the cabin.

  • alpha-lemming

    “To Protect & Serve”….??? how ’bout “We’ll treat you like a King”…… Rodney that is….

  • chuckb

    just think of the millions of dollars saved. if Donner had lived and having to face a correct jury (not all black) he would have been given the death penalty and the shyster attorneys loose millions in defense fees and the tax payers would have supported him the rest of his life, Moonbeam would never allow him to be executed, so the police made a wise decision.

    • charlie

      That decision is above the cops pay grade. See above post.

  • Luther Henry

    Anyone who has not faced instant death on the streets as part of their job, should not be too hasty to criticize what the police do. This Dorner guy was a dangerous psychopath who had to be stopped, one way or another. He had already killed several innocent people and killed or critically wounded several police officers. It matters not what his complaints were about the department, street cops had the duty to stop him. If you never had any skin in the game, do not be so hasty to 2nd guess what others have done. I am a veteran of over 38 years in local and state law enforcement

    • ranger09

      Luther, Can you tell us about the Bad cops you know about, In 38 years you must have known a few. Lets see Cops on duty 1/2 drunk, Cops on duty staying home, Buddies covering for them, Cops Getting free sex from the street walkers, Cops commiting burglarys, Cops having accidental shootings being covered up by their buddies.Cops taking money from drug Raids, Cops running cover and protection for the drug trade, Man should i keep on going.

      • Luther Henry

        Why don’t you tell me, you seem to know a lot more about those things than I do. I was a street patrolman, detective, detective sgt. platoon lieutenant, detective lieutenant, detective captain, retired from police dept. in 85 and went to PA Attorney Generals office, was criminal investigator, supervisor of regional narcotics bureau and retired from there as agent in charge of internal affairs. I never saw the things that you seem to know about, although there were bad cops that I knew about and investigated and sent some to prison. it was not as widespread as you seem to indicate. I am proud of my service and proud of the many folks that I worked with, the majority of them. Maybe I just had the good fortune to work in “Sunnybrook Farms”. I have heard all those stories but they were few and far between in my experience. I fully retired in 1997.

    • BR549

      Luther wrote: “This Dorner guy was a dangerous psychopath who had to be stopped ….”

      Again, another knee jerk reactionary who apparently hasn’t taken the time or trouble to view Dorner’s manifesto. Assuming he wrote it, and it being understood that his killing of those people can in no way be condoned, this guy was in no way a psychopath and far from illiterate or unfocused.

      and “I am a veteran of over 38 years in local and state law enforcement….”

      So, tell us about police corruption and how you managed to so conveniently not become a victim of it.

      • Luther Henry

        Thanks for your diagnosis but I am not a knew jerk reactionary and I did read the so called manifesto. I assume you are either a psychologist or psychiatrist in that you can dispute my position that Dorner was a psychopath. So be it,but I have seen far too many murders committed by psychopaths and I am not about to change my mind about him, anyone who would gun down two innocents for the sake of revenge on the Father of one of said victims is a psychopath in my estimation. As to my past, read the above response to Ranger.

        • BR549

          Luther,
          I read about your past. Thank you for your service. I would hope that you have looked into joining Oathkeepers by now and understand how many people your age are in its ranks. We have both active and former members of DHS, Border Patrol, LEOs, and all branches of the military involved with the group and it is NOT a terrorist group, despite the politically incorrect assignment of that moniker.

          Dorner’s manifesto showed a man under stress and the one thing that stood out (and again I’m making the assumption that he is the author), is that much of his manifesto was on point. He rambled a bit toward the end (heck, I’d do that after 6.000 words) and for the life of me, I can’t understand his paradoxical political allegiances, but he seemed very coherent in the majority of his thought process. It sounded like he was reluctant to be having to take this course of action. I believe the guy just snapped, but that’s just my assessment.

          • Chief Boring

            Remember this all happened four years ago. Dorner had that long to stew and plan, and die, once he got the attention he wanted.

    • charlie

      ‘killed or critically wounded several police officers.’
      _________________
      And this makes the cop judge, jury and executioner? Many of us still have a favorable regard for the United States Constitution and All Amendments.

  • http://freedomlover70.blogspot.com justme

    according to new reports, Anderson Cooper tweeted that lapd has NOT been in the cabin yet due to it being too hot and no body found. Could this man still be alive? Will we continue to dig to uncover all?

  • RobertELegal

    Why doesn’t he want to use the word ‘bufoonery’? Is there a better one?

  • David

    This is why a vast majority distrust law enforcement. The police want gun control so we can no longer defend ourselves. They don’t obey the laws they swore to uphold, why would they uphold the 2nd amendment?

  • Tom T

    I am not a conspiracy type but, did anyone notice in the news coverage that before he was cornered they found his wallet and ID near the Mexican boarder outside San Diego after his attempt to steal a boat failed. Then when they find a charred body in a cabin they torched he suddenly has his drivers license??? Did anyone else notice this??

    • Chief Boring

      I thought about it, but after four years planning, he could have gotten hold of duplicates, or he took the license out before he left the wallet as a ruse to throw people off the trail.

  • Jean Cooper

    I believe all of these individuals should sue the individual officers involved, their immediate supervisors for allowing and/or approving such actions. The chief if police/ Sheriff who ever was their tip command and the Mayor is the all answer to. Can you imagine the trauma, emotional distress, scared to go in public, fear for their children and families. Talk about Wild West. Seems the only time that happens is when LAPD is involved

    • Chief Boring

      You are right on, Jean. They fired at three people, wounded one, plus two trucks and apparently several houses!! BTW, the lady who shot her attacker five times lives in Georgia, not PA. I’d bet he wishes she was an LAPD officer; she might have missed! And the Sandy Hook shooter left his Bushmaster in the car. He only used pistols to do his dirty deed, but the media carries on the lie that he used an “assault rifle”; an oxymoron, since it was semi automatic. Chief Boring

  • unknown

    Just a thought (scary as it may be)(or not) the idiots missed. If you see the number of shots fired I’m surprised that people sitting in their homes weren’t killed. To protect and serve, ya right. The clown they were hunting was a Rambo want- to- be, nothing more. It’s no wonder they will blow away someone coming at them with a knife instead of using a baton.

  • http://rbrinklink@gmail.com Ricky G Brinkerhoff

    Incompetence Breeds inefficiency!!!!!!!! Or if you like badge bullies….

  • Mike Stroup

    The citizens that allow hypocritical, lying cowards to represent them are to blame. People with genuine personal integrity and self disipline rarely seek out a career in law enforcement, and even more rarely last long if they do. Almost all cops will lie or simply look the other way to protect one of their own. This is why a truely good police officer is worth their weight in gold, and should be paid, revered and respected as appropriate.

    • Chief Boring

      “This is why a truely good police officer is worth their weight in gold, and should be paid, revered and respected as appropriate.” That’s the kind I have been blessed to have known, including a friend’s father killed in the line of duty. The owner of the private agency I led had been an Officer in Smyrna, GA, and had broken up a burglary ring of seven officers who all went to prison. It takes all kinds. Chief Boring

      • BR549

        @ Chief Boring and Mike Stroup: “This is why a truely good police officer is worth their weight in gold, and should be paid, revered and respected as appropriate.”

        So true. When you find one, you just want to shake their hands in admiration. As for the others; if they haven’t figured out what their job was WTSHTF, they’re just zombies in uniforms.

  • Dad

    “They still have to give the guy an opportunity to surrender. You can’t just execute him,”
    This liberal administration does… in their drone attacks on American citizens. How’s communism working for you now?

  • Fastfood

    “officers of the LAPD are no more disciplined than the gangsters who shoot up LA neighborhoods.”

    Gangsters usually hit their mark, even if it’s the wrong mark.

  • michael m

    It’s always easier to monday morning quarteback….and as far as rodney king is concerned they should have hit hin again!

  • http://Becker Billy

    The LAPD is corrupt, OUT OF CONTROL, shoots to KILL and asks questions later!!!

    The National GUARD can do a much better job………..LAPD resign or be thrown out!!!

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