Former cop

United States

#1 Feb 12, 2013
I quit the force because I dealt with the same sh*t as Dorner 8 years ago!
They murdered him to keep him quiet!
The LAPD is corrupt and racist. Has been that way FOREVER!
I agree with whoever says RIOT!
Jim Krebbs

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Feb 12, 2013
Former cop wrote:
I quit the force because I dealt with the same sh*t as Dorner 8 years ago!
They murdered him to keep him quiet!
The LAPD is corrupt and racist. Has been that way FOREVER!
I agree with whoever says RIOT!
I think you quit because you were afraid they were going to find out you are a pedophile. That, and your membership in NAMBLA were hard to keep concealed.
deedee t

United States

#3 Feb 12, 2013
Former cop wrote:
I quit the force because I dealt with the same sh*t as Dorner 8 years ago!
They murdered him to keep him quiet!
The LAPD is corrupt and racist. Has been that way FOREVER!
I agree with whoever says RIOT!
lapd needs to fire and put in prison all the cops who misuse their power! i am glad you quit. now you are free to write about it.
A real Cop

Lawton, OK

#4 Feb 12, 2013
Jim Krebbs wrote:
<quoted text>
I think you quit because you were afraid they were going to find out you are a pedophile. That, and your membership in NAMBLA were hard to keep concealed.
You are a P.O.S.(piece of sh!t for you civilian readers). Even if you ever were a real Cop, and you quit because of all the "bad guys you worked with", you would NEVER wish harm to another human being (especially your former brothers/sisters in blue). "If" you really were a Cop, then you were a POS who couldn't follow orders and couldn't make it on the job. You left your post, you walked out on your watch. You Sir, suck. I am glad a POS like you has quit keeping the faith, just like this other POS Dorner did. We real Cops don't need or welcome your "back". We will walk tall and keep the faith in each other. We won't quit the people we are sworn to protect. We will be there for them in the wee dark hours of the night, and the bright sun of the day. And we will do our upmost to protect them from dirtbags and POS like you and Dorner.
Ratasa

Shawnee, KS

#5 Feb 13, 2013
I am interested in hearing more about the corruption in the PD..even here in Missouri...The state of our law enforcement agencies are in decline...Something must be done. Not saying I adocate what Dorner did or had planned but anytime something like this happens we have to look for meaning
PoliceCan KissMyAss

Live Oak, FL

#6 Feb 15, 2013
RIP Chris Dorner!
Cult of Public Safety

United States

#7 Feb 15, 2013
More black eyes for the corrupt LAPD. It will keep happening no matter what the parasitic wives of the Cult of Public Pension Safety wish.I would have supported him up until the point he involved completely innocent people into it.

No matter what anyone admits, they all know how BAAAAAAAD this makes the LAPD look it is a total lose lose lose for them.

1-They caused it- NOBODY "invents" all that detail of corruption to cover up what the police would want you to think was "just a wacko". The supposedly "improved" systemic racism and CYA Blue Line corruption at LAPD is the largest contributor to driving the man over the edge. A.K.A.'Reap what you sow'. He was driven to the edge and decided to step over. That's on C. Dorner, but the systemic hate and arrogance from the Cult of Public Safety is getting stupid now.

2-The Torrence cops totally exacerbated their image problems by then shooting up innocent people and ramming one kid's car in their gung ho badass-ness.

3-They can't explain how he was hiding 4 days in a cabin across the street from their "command center", literally able to watch THEM.

4-There are now recordings in the wild on the internet that feature police at the scene screaming and taunting "Burn that fcker" on open mics, subsequently the cabin burned. So whether right or wrong, deserved or not, the supposed, and much self-ballyhoed "upholders of the law" have show the world on live TV once again that they are simple criminals and murderers themselves. If they were so "right" then why not control themselves and use the same effort to take him alive if possible? Clearly that wasn't the plan.

5- The LAPD received a call from the owner of the cabin who was watching on live TV and has told the media she told them at the outset that there was no cable, internet or telephone in the cabin, yet the LAPD demanded, with zero FAA or AT authority, for the coverage media aircraft to pull back. Perhaps to "hide" what they were planning, or any further blunders that might occur. Viola!

6- Their response to this can only be one of defending their obvious blunders and mistakes. Again. Add to this that "it's personal" to them so the predictable Cult of Public Safety will be adversarial, defensive and vindictive in their handling of this.

It's a shame innocent people have died, but let's not be as naive as the Cult of Public Pension Safety would have us be. Blaming "just" C. Dorner is faulty logic and excuse-making for self-preservation to the police.

Like all mass killings, these escalations of social moral rot embolden and often guide the nature of the next mass killing. This will happen again until the systemic "blue line" lie is corrected. A gang that protects their won from accusation of wrongdoing all the way to murder, as you have seen here. They are in full "excuse making" mode LMAO!
klansman bob

Wellsboro, PA

#8 Feb 16, 2013
Lynching Dorner was a good start. I now get that you Californians act liberal, but are natuarally racist like me. It's a wake to trick the darker Californians and I support it now.
Call them LARD - pigfat

United States

#9 Feb 16, 2013
A real Cop wrote:
<quoted text>
You are a P.O.S.(piece of sh!t for you civilian readers). Even if you ever were a real Cop, and you quit because of all the "bad guys you worked with", you would NEVER wish harm to another human being (especially your former brothers/sisters in blue). "If" you really were a Cop, then you were a POS who couldn't follow orders and couldn't make it on the job. You left your post, you walked out on your watch. You Sir, suck. I am glad a POS like you has quit keeping the faith, just like this other POS Dorner did. We real Cops don't need or welcome your "back". We will walk tall and keep the faith in each other. We won't quit the people we are sworn to protect. We will be there for them in the wee dark hours of the night, and the bright sun of the day. And we will do our upmost to protect them from dirtbags and POS like you and Dorner.
So you admit the "blowbois in blue" are all about themselves and the pension check retardman? Thank you for poving to all of LA and the world what REALLY lies in the id of a Los Angeles Racsit Department (LARD) welfare-job recipient's mind.

You want to pretend you "walk tall" because you just admitted you don't. Thanks for that criminal scum. You defend life-losers and pension-gravy train criminals.
Call them LARD - pigfat

United States

#10 Feb 16, 2013
klansman bob wrote:
Lynching Dorner was a good start. I now get that you Californians act liberal, but are natuarally racist like me. It's a wake to trick the darker Californians and I support it now.
Good retard downs boi, now go cook up a possum on your radiator, ignorant unamerican hick.
consequences

Bryn Mawr, PA

#11 Feb 16, 2013
I think the sherrif in that area described a 'burner' tear gas grenade or bomb as a pyrotechnic device. Sounds like it will start a fire to me. Especially when they talk about the additional heat as compared to a standard tear gas grenade.

Hmmm, wood cabin with flamables inside and an extra heat producing tear gas round. Fire a distinct possibility? hmmm...
T H E

United States

#12 Feb 16, 2013
Yeah the LAPD murdered him! Everyone knows this now!

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