Search for fired LAPD officer Christopher Dorner leads to shooting in Torrance, Redondo Beach

Feb 7, 2013 Full story: The Daily Breeze 123

Investigators at the scene on Redbeam Ave., Torrance where an officer-involved shooting took place Thursday morning.

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jamest

Glendale, CA

#92 Feb 12, 2013
so that the reason to be a in law enforcement in the first place the over time you can double your pay check pay off your house or save up a enough money put your self to law school and make millions of of DUI cases drug, domestic weapond but you can't tell your friends or family why your are really in the crime business because crime do pay it pay good if your have a good working brains and some great lawyers have good leagal minds some cop's who put in that over time will retire very happly the cops who beat up suspect's wont have anything because the ex wife will take all their shit same with womens

“Grow the power within yourself”

Since: Feb 11

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#93 Feb 12, 2013
The LAPD had me on their corner until TWO separate innocent people were shot at with no clear identification.

And I have also experienced how police protect their own, but not in LA.

I'm not from LA, don't know much, but after reading the manifesto and trying to think a little I think the LAPD (at least for now) should be temporarily suspended for sake of public safety. One if my best friend's mum lives close by and she often drives outside and is also newspaper deliverer.

1. Suspend the entire LAPD and lay off everybody for now.

2. Get EXTERNAL unbiased investigators to look into everything, including what got Chris fired.

3. Coordinate this into a well-staged press conference and there is no more need for the LAPD to be targeted and I very much doubt it would happen.

4. Get things in the open and make a new plan.

Finally, if we see a DEAD Chris Dorner (except at his own hands) we know this is another questionable "incident" that can be used to ban guns (at least for SoCal LEO's).
Anonymous

Encino, CA

#94 Feb 12, 2013
VeganTiger wrote:
The LAPD had me on their corner until TWO separate innocent people were shot at with no clear identification.
And I have also experienced how police protect their own, but not in LA.
I'm not from LA, don't know much, but after reading the manifesto and trying to think a little I think the LAPD (at least for now) should be temporarily suspended for sake of public safety. One if my best friend's mum lives close by and she often drives outside and is also newspaper deliverer.
1. Suspend the entire LAPD and lay off everybody for now.
2. Get EXTERNAL unbiased investigators to look into everything, including what got Chris fired.
3. Coordinate this into a well-staged press conference and there is no more need for the LAPD to be targeted and I very much doubt it would happen.
4. Get things in the open and make a new plan.
Finally, if we see a DEAD Chris Dorner (except at his own hands) we know this is another questionable "incident" that can be used to ban guns (at least for SoCal LEO's).
Angelinos with a brain were not shocked by what happened in Torrance or the fact none of them were charged with a crime. Believe it or not, there are STILL people stupid enough to support the cops.

Fortunately, Chris hasn't harmed anyone who is truly innocent. Family members are fair game to cops, so theirs should be also, in this type of crusade! Cops can threaten, harm or kill innocent people whenever they want and nothing happens to them. This is just karma coming back to the cops & their families.

Women who don't want their children to be associated with evil should not marry cops and bear their children.
jamest

Glendale, CA

#95 Feb 12, 2013
Vegan Tigar

when has te devil ever gave up his bitches
jamest

Glendale, CA

#96 Feb 12, 2013
sorry when has the devil ever gave up his bitches
jamest

Glendale, CA

#97 Feb 12, 2013
The LAPD and the cop's in the state of California are just as bad the the drug dealers rapist, people who murder just because they are a uniform don't mean their are the good guy's bull shit look at some cases the cop's have rape women when the pull them over they have stalk your families some have kill your friends and family members come on those saying were are the good guy'g bull shit good be the Modern day KKK and now he or she once a piece of your black ass who going to telll dead people don't tell tales baby and if your are black or lation who would share a tear for your dark ass they can just say you were drunk or selling drug's or your reach into your pocket to pull out your wallet and that all i need to do to terminate your dark ass
jamest

Glendale, CA

#99 Feb 12, 2013
well showdon at big bear well those john wayne cop relize now that he was a movie actor tried to make a name for theselves well their in hospital ward now i told your young you guys to back off put now i'll killing so i can be on TV you got your 15 minues of famce already lucky your ass is ot dead
LA resident

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#100 Feb 12, 2013
LA resident wrote:
Great Joke:
The LAPD, FBI, and CIA are all trying to prove that they are the best at apprehending criminals. Obama decides to give them a test so he releases a rabbit into the forest and each of them has to catch it.
The CIA goes in and places animal informants throughout the forest. They question all plant and mineral witnesses. After three months of extensive investigations they conclude that rabbits do not exist.
The FBI goes in. After two weeks with no leads they burn the forest, killing everything in it, including the rabbit, and make no apologies. The rabbit had it coming.
The LAPD goes in. They come out two hours later with a badly beaten bear. The bear is yelling: "Okay! Okay! I'm a rabbit! I'm a rabbit!"
Well - the forest is now on fire!!!

Condolences to the family of the sheriff who lost his/her life today.

LAPD needs to realize that their unlawful actions not only affect innocent people on a daily basis, but also affect their extended law enforcement family. Los Angeles hasn't suffered from Dorner's actions but Torrance, Irvine, Riverside, San Bernardino has seen sad sad consequences from LAPD's actions/inactions.
Jim

Duluth, GA

#101 Feb 12, 2013
LA resident wrote:
<quoted text>Well - the forest is now on fire!!!

Condolences to the family of the sheriff who lost his/her life today.

LAPD needs to realize that their unlawful actions not only affect innocent people on a daily basis, but also affect their extended law enforcement family. Los Angeles hasn't suffered from Dorner's actions but Torrance, Irvine, Riverside, San Bernardino has seen sad sad consequences from LAPD's actions/inactions.
That murdering afro mfr is dead and thats all that matters. Good fkn riddance. I told ya he would be dead by dark. Lmao. Party at my house. Drinks on me. He is as we speak being ass raped by hitler in the pit of hell. Lmao.
Hope he enjoys it since it will last for eternity. Baaahahaha.
LA Resident

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#102 Feb 12, 2013
LAPD news conference - They keep addressing the fact that they have available officers in San Bernardino waiting to help in the ongoing matter.

NEWSFLASH - Other agencies do not want your help LAPD!!!
Poor Boy

Versailles, KY

#103 Feb 12, 2013
LA Resident wrote:
LAPD news conference - They keep addressing the fact that they have available officers in San Bernardino waiting to help in the ongoing matter.
NEWSFLASH - Other agencies do not want your help LAPD!!!
Blame whomever you wish, but really the buck stops with the voters. They keep voting the liberals into office and the law does not apply to them and the people they employ--only everybody else. Maybe now they will finally see what letting the Mayor, City Counsel employ as police has gotten the city.
The LAPD needed cleaning up a long time ago, and all the people have gotten is a bunch of PR BS.
I believe what Chris said is true. The hearing officers simply turned a blind eye to the truth.
Some people are strong enough to take a wrong and walk away and some will die before they do.
Surely this is an embarrassment to the people that have allowed the police to get away with their bad behavior for far too long.
Harbor Resident

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#104 Feb 12, 2013
Mayor Villarigosa - go back in your hole!!! You can't even give condolences to the officers families who lost their lives without giving sympathy to the numnerous LAPD families the city of LA is protecting. SHAME ON YOU!!!

You feel so sorry for the LAPD families who are being protected - you can't even imagine what they are going through. NEWS FLASH - law abiding citizens of Los Angeles are being harrassed, assaulted, falsely arrested, falsely imprisioned, threatened, intimidated - law abiding citizens of Los Angeles have their lives turned upside down because of your LAPD - law abiding citizens are afraid to go out of their homes for fear of continued harrassment by youre LAPD - law abiding citizens are afraid to LIVE a normal life because of the LAPD - law abiding citizens are afraid to stand up for their constitutional rights because of the LAPD - residents of Los Angeles live in fear of the LAPD because they can go off on anyone at any time for no valid reason!!!!

God forbid you get the Secretary of Transportation position. You do not have a clue!!!
info

United States

#105 Feb 12, 2013
he is alive, he left through the smoke.
anon

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#106 Feb 12, 2013
info wrote:
he is alive, he left through the smoke.
I read: The big black dude from Allstate sneaked in and rescued him.
huh

Mount Sterling, KY

#107 Feb 12, 2013
who cares if another kkkoon is dead
blueriver

Los Angeles, CA

#109 Feb 12, 2013
Shamed on LAPD. LA Chief of police need resign for this sad case.
blueriver

Los Angeles, CA

#110 Feb 12, 2013
Doner must have so much suffering from his police superior who deserved a heavy punishment. It's so regret a marine hero are gone!
blueriver

Los Angeles, CA

#111 Feb 12, 2013
Doner is a 2013 Ramble !!!!
anon

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#112 Feb 13, 2013
victim wrote:
It's interesting that the news is stating that the million dollar reward is for the "capture and conviction" of Dorner. I thought Beck said the reward was for the Capture of Dorner. This is probably how it is going to work - call 911 - Dorner is shot to death - no trial - no conviction - no reward.
LA Mayor Villaraigosa said that it was too soon to say if anyone would be able to claim the reward!
Anonymous

Encino, CA

#113 Feb 13, 2013
victim wrote:
<quoted text>
It's interesting that the news is stating that the million dollar reward is for the "capture and conviction" of Dorner. I thought Beck said the reward was for the Capture of Dorner. This is probably how it is going to work - call 911 - Dorner is shot to death - no trial - no conviction - no reward.
Most of us saw that coming the moment the "reward" was announced.

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