L.A.P.D. Says It Will Re-open Case Of Christopher Dorner

Feb 9, 2013 Full story: KAKE 30

The Los Angeles Police Department announced today it will reopen the case of the firing of Christopher Dorner, but said the decision was not made to "appease" the fugitive former cop suspected of killing three people.

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Sally Mae

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Feb 9, 2013
This is like a movie...crazy stuff happening.
Anonymous

Whittier, CA

#2 Feb 9, 2013
Beck saying they will re-open the case is such bullshit. They have several cops in Torrance who should be behind bars for shooting up TWO trucks, yet aren't, and he's stupid enough to think we believe his crap.

Please, Chris, kill that lying POS Beck next!!
Mark Winshel

Richmond, CA

#3 Feb 9, 2013
It would be interesting to learn how he ever passed the suitability tests I would assume the LAPD gives, or perhaps at least pretends to give, to applicants before deciding whether or not to hire them.

However having formerly been a government employee, I could write a book on all of the things that, and as standard practice, were normally merely rubberstamped and approved rather than really and actually checked.
Dan Salazar

Long Beach, CA

#4 Feb 10, 2013
Best stop and think Fools. If it weren't for the LAPD and the Sheriffs L.A. County would be a gang war zone unfit as a home for decent families.

LA LA Land is only about 300 officers away from being Juarez.
consequences

Bryn Mawr, PA

#5 Feb 10, 2013
Mark Winshel wrote:
It would be interesting to learn how he ever passed the suitability tests I would assume the LAPD gives, or perhaps at least pretends to give, to applicants before deciding whether or not to hire them.
However having formerly been a government employee, I could write a book on all of the things that, and as standard practice, were normally merely rubberstamped and approved rather than really and actually checked.
In many communities 'suitability' means having a politician sign off on your application either through an approval of a list and/or having a politician's name on the application as a reference.

If you don't know a politician besides being sol I was told if you wanted any government job especially police I would have to go to an existing politician and offer to 'volunteer' to 'work' for them. It could be as simple as delivering literature during election time or something else. To me it could wind being a favor I couldn't or shouldn't repay if you know what I mean.-It was like the politician would be opening up his raincoat and asking you to buy a watch.
Proud to be in the USA

San Francisco, CA

#6 Feb 10, 2013
CHRIS DORNER IS A HERO FOR EXPOSING THE RANCID POLICE, KILL THEM ALL FOR US! GO CHRIS!
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Bryn Mawr, PA

#8 Feb 10, 2013
Still unclear, is the process or actual complaint being reviewed? Sounds kind of shamish but after shooting up 3 different unassociated & innocent civilians and 2 pick-ups I'd say the LAPD have anger issues let alone a god complex taking out personal justice.

Dorner's rep's daughter & fiance should've been left out of this. I wouldn't wish that on anyone's kids.

But what about this ex police captain turned lawyer-where do his loyalties lie.
consequences

Bryn Mawr, PA

#9 Feb 10, 2013
JUST IN. One million dollar reward for Dorner.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/02/10/us-...

I think LAPD realizes they can't be shooting up the place trying to 'get' him. They want to but with the 'accidental' shootings especially they need a peacefull resolution fast.
Anonymous

Whittier, CA

#10 Feb 10, 2013
I've had pigs threaten my loved ones, if I didn't shut my mouth and just do what I was told. So, if our families our fair game, so are theirs!

Women who marry pigs and procreate with them, bring this on themselves. You associate with scum, you ARE scum.

Go Chris! I hope he goes after Beck or Villaraigosa next, or any member of their families!
Anonymous

Whittier, CA

#11 Feb 10, 2013
consequences wrote:
JUST IN. One million dollar reward for Dorner.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/02/10/us-...
I think LAPD realizes they can't be shooting up the place trying to 'get' him. They want to but with the 'accidental' shootings especially they need a peacefull resolution fast.
Just in? It was announced almost 3 hours ago.:-)

I hope the people who try to collect on this bounty die a slow, painful death!
hellbent

Garden City, MI

#12 Feb 10, 2013
I READ DORDER MANIFESTO AND HE IS TELLING THE TRUTH. GO INTO ANY INNER CITY NEIGHBORHOOD AND ASK ANY YOUNG BLACK MALE OR FEMALE, IF THEY EVER EXPERIENCED ANY OF THOSE ACTIONS BY CORRUPT POLICE OFFICERS AND THEY WOULD SAY YES. SOME OF THESE POLICE OFFICERS ARE THE BIGGEST DRUG DEALERS AND THEIVES, SO MORE POWER TO CORNER.
Anonymous

Whittier, CA

#13 Feb 10, 2013
Someone I know works at a pharmacy. If a black guy tries to fill a prescription before it's the right time, based on their last re-fill, the boss won't allow them to.

But if it's a cop who's got a prescription, the boss will fill it day after day after day, even if it's a 90 day prescription. He knows the cops are selling them on streets. But he doesn't want to be put on some sort of black list and not have them respond, should he need to call them.

They are scum. Anyone who doesn't realize it is an idiot.
consequences

Bryn Mawr, PA

#14 Feb 10, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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Just in? It was announced almost 3 hours ago.:-)
I hope the people who try to collect on this bounty die a slow, painful death!
Time stamp on Reuters story was less than hour old at time of posting.

The bounty will bring out the amatuers who hopefully don't have any 'accidental' shootings. Dog The Bounty Hunter might take this one...
pig bennis

United States

#15 Feb 10, 2013
I WANNA KNOW..... WTF is wrong with these cops shooting up these innocent peoples cars that they think is there suspect Chris Dorners vehicle!!! They don't follow protocol, they shoot first and ask questions later. It was an assassination stop. Again protocol was not followed... It just shows people how the majority of cops really operate. It also verifies what Dorner alleged about cops not following the rules and laws they swore to uphold and them thinking they are above the law. This is just sick. Fucking ridiculous!!
Anonymous

Whittier, CA

#16 Feb 10, 2013
consequences wrote:
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Time stamp on Reuters story was less than hour old at time of posting.
The bounty will bring out the amatuers who hopefully don't have any 'accidental' shootings. Dog The Bounty Hunter might take this one...
No worries. Here in So Cal, we watched it live at 1:00...slimeball mayor Antonio Villaraigosa making the announcement.

Dog only goes after druggies and domestic violence types. He's way too old to be going after anyone who's really dangerous. I certainly don't want to see that pig of a wife of his in the news either! She's disgusting.
Anonymous

Whittier, CA

#17 Feb 10, 2013
pig bennis wrote:
I WANNA KNOW..... WTF is wrong with these cops shooting up these innocent peoples cars that they think is there suspect Chris Dorners vehicle!!! They don't follow protocol, they shoot first and ask questions later. It was an assassination stop. Again protocol was not followed... It just shows people how the majority of cops really operate. It also verifies what Dorner alleged about cops not following the rules and laws they swore to uphold and them thinking they are above the law. This is just sick. Fucking ridiculous!!
Anyone with a brain would agree with you.

Meanwhile, Beck is still trying to defend his thug cops. There is NO REASON for those cops who fired on the two trucks not to be behind bars!

I'm going to remember this the next time some gangbangers accidentally shoot someone in a case of "mistaken identity". I'm going to wait and see if they just let them off, since they thought they were shooting at someone else!

But I won't hold my breath.

Die, Pigs!!
catbayou

Seymour, IN

#18 Feb 10, 2013
I am wondering if Dorner didn't have a hit against him and what if he didn't shoot the girl and her fiance or the cops that were shot? What if one or some of those Dorner said he would get could have been shot by people wanting to put the blame on Dorner? Since those other cops shot two women thinking it was Dorner maybe he isn't responsible for the other shootings. Was it a set up? You know and I know Dorner will never get to explain the truth just like before they won't believe him. What a shame.

consequences wrote:
Still unclear, is the process or actual complaint being reviewed? Sounds kind of shamish but after shooting up 3 different unassociated & innocent civilians and 2 pick-ups I'd say the LAPD have anger issues let alone a god complex taking out personal justice.
Dorner's rep's daughter & fiance should've been left out of this. I wouldn't wish that on anyone's kids.
But what about this ex police captain turned lawyer-where do his loyalties lie.
Anonymous

Whittier, CA

#19 Feb 10, 2013
catbayou wrote:
I am wondering if Dorner didn't have a hit against him and what if he didn't shoot the girl and her fiance or the cops that were shot? What if one or some of those Dorner said he would get could have been shot by people wanting to put the blame on Dorner? Since those other cops shot two women thinking it was Dorner maybe he isn't responsible for the other shootings. Was it a set up? You know and I know Dorner will never get to explain the truth just like before they won't believe him. What a shame.
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NOTHING would shock me, when it comes to the lengths So Cal LEO's will go, to cover their asses.
consequences

Bryn Mawr, PA

#21 Feb 11, 2013
Apparently Dorner was labled as having credibility issues. A judge backed the police dept firing but didn't really determine if he was a liar or not. The pd got mad at him for waiting two weeks to turn in his training officer.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-lapd-...

The whole thing could've been avoided and kept out of the courts if the LAPD had simply said his allegations were unfounded. Then if he makes other unfounded formal complaints then they should fire him. Most jobs you have to get written up 3 times to even be disciplined. They even dug into his academy record to fire him yet they accussed him of reporting allegations 2 weeks late.

Why the leap from unfounded allegations to a firing without discipline of somekind?
Coconut Carl

United States

#22 Feb 11, 2013
catbayou wrote:
I am wondering if Dorner didn't have a hit against him and what if he didn't shoot the girl and her fiance or the cops that were shot? What if one or some of those Dorner said he would get could have been shot by people wanting to put the blame on Dorner? Since those other cops shot two women thinking it was Dorner maybe he isn't responsible for the other shootings. Was it a set up? You know and I know Dorner will never get to explain the truth just like before they won't believe him. What a shame.
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