Dorner Carjacking Victim files lawsuit for one million dollar reward
A Long Beach man who was carjacked by fugitive ex-police officer Christopher Dorner, is suing the city of Los Angeles for the one million dollar reward offered for Dorner's arrest last February.
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#1 Apr 20, 2013
When the police, thanks to information you've given them, shoot a suspect in the head, set him on fire to burn to death, or cut off all exits to inspire the subject to shoot his own head, I think that should count as a "capture."
The money should be split between truck boy and the couple who was held captive in their house. Those who withdrew their pledge should be held accountable.
If they don't like it, next time only pledge the money after giving specific circumstances for people to win.
Besides, if a reward is only given if the suspect is taken alive, it gives more impetus to the police to shoot him to save a little more money.
Granted, this pathetic loser needed to be shot, but not all cases are the same.
#2 Apr 20, 2013
This whole controversy has grown out of the use of ambiguous language by the secret police when disclosing suspect descriptions unless suspects can be described as White - or as is currently in vogue among our politically correct friends - White "or Hispanic".
Take, for example, the recent Boston Bombing suspects who were described by the cops as "White". That description was relayed to the public by their pals in the politically correct Government licensed "news" media.
Once the public was armed with the description of the bombers, ordinary citizens provided much needed vital information to the cops without being offered any "reward" for their having done so. This freely provided information helped the cops quickly capture the bombers.
Politically correct Governmental guidelines state that while descriptions may be released to the public in California that describe colors of the automobiles criminals use to flee crime scenes, or even the color of the apparel the criminals may be wearing, the color of the criminal must be kept secret - unless of course, the criminal can be described as an aforementioned White or White "or Hispanic" suspect.
The recent trend of the police/Government licensed "news" complex for using almost laughable and even more ambiguous language - such as "male" or "adult male" further undermines the credibility of the police/Government licensed "news" media complex. It also undermines the public's willingness to cooperate with the cops by providing information unless a monetary "reward" is offered.
Everyone knows the game that is being played. Like until the little child blurted out that the Emperor was wearing no clothing, though, we all believe what our eyes plainly see is unique unto ourselves.
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