Brave DORNER

El Monte, CA

#1 Feb 12, 2013
Rest in peace young man. You did not die in vain but rather cast light on their darkness where they hide. You fought an over whelming racist LAPD force and made them pay for their excesses. God can forgive any soul.
deedee t

United States

#2 Feb 12, 2013
Brave DORNER wrote:
Rest in peace young man. You did not die in vain but rather cast light on their darkness where they hide. You fought an over whelming racist LAPD force and made them pay for their excesses. God can forgive any soul.
i agree with you!
costoftruth

United States

#3 Feb 13, 2013
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deedee t wrote:
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i agree with you!
be at peace now, your voice echos across the world...you have been heard, and the words are clear!! You took a stand against an injustice created by a corrupt bunch of cops (LAPD) who think they are above the law and better than you and me. Yet they cry and say you are a crazy killer cause of your tactics, but the truth is you tried to play by the rules, but they didn't, and the only way you saw any progress in your case was by playing dirty like them. That says something has got to change or people will continue to find whatever actions work for there voice to be heard. I dont believe in killing or hurting people myself, but i do believe there are other ways. If our leaders and our systems were not corrupt these events would not have taken place. Dorner, you took lives and to me that is a sad thing but also you stood up and fought and sacrificed your life in hopes of getting justice from an unjust system. You were wronged and lost everything because you did what was right and not what was easy. You showed courage and humility. You were kind and caring when most of your fellow officers would have turned the other cheek because taking up a fellow officers side is more important than doing the right thing...and doing what they are paid to do. you did these things because you were a good man. I will not focus on what people say you did wrong, like most people do... instead i see all the good that was unnoticed until you forced it to be noticed. You, one man, regardless if your actions are judged right or wrong by us, have put a dent in this unjust, corrupt, racist and broken system. You brought to light what they usually would be able to keep hidden. Change will come from your actions...a good change. Many people may be spared pain, brutalities, and injustices because good officers, like yourself, oneday may have their voices heard without being punished for bringing corruption to the light. You got results and that cannot be ignored. Instead of seeing you as a evil, crazy criminal i see you for what you really are. You are a martyr, a hero, a bringer of change,...but above all else you are a example of a result of what a broken system, a corrupt department, and a unjust world can and will create. You are the outcome of greed, racism, selfritiousness, corruption and loss of humility in our police departments. You are a example to them of how real this s*&t can get, of how far some people will go to fight to right a wrong, of what thier actions can creat and the impact that it can have. R.I.P. dorner. The news continues to bash you and try to make you look bad, as im sure there supposed to. But even so, thete are those out there like myself who know the truth and understand what you were fighting for, and understand what it feels like to get wronged or f#&ked by the police in one way or another. I know personaly. I also know how hopeless and powerless it feels just trying to get justice against the poliece department. No matter how they paint you i will always respect you and respect your courage. You will not be forgotten... and thank you for standing up for that man that got hit while in cuffs. That means alot to me. I was beat up by a policeoffice oneday. Unprovoked i was beat down in front of all my neighbors and familly. Even so i got no justice, just a long slow runaround. Thank you dorner and God rest your soul, i do believe you found and fullfilled your purpose. You inspire many
Justice

United States

#4 Feb 13, 2013
Dorner is a hero and martyr! God, protect us from California's crazy cops!

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