What happened to the Dorner reward?
Posted in the South Pasadena Forum
#1 Mar 5, 2013
I don't think I'm going to trust those reward offers in the future.
Bait and switch.
#2 Mar 5, 2013
tony took it on his way out of town....just another lie.
#3 Mar 12, 2013
Still no reward paid? How long does it take to write a check?
#4 Mar 27, 2013
In regard to the attempt by certain government agencies to weasel out of paying the reward.
Police officers have extremely high rates of alcoholism. In fact Alex Fagan, and who about ten years ago was San Francisco's police chief, was also one of the most extreme alcoholics in the entire city, and which almost certainly made him drastically less effective while he was police chief, and also collecting an extremely high salary, than he would have been if had not been an alcoholic.
He died at age sixty, and an interesting question is whether the reason he died so young is that perhaps he had destroyed his body due to alcoholism.
However any pension he received, and which I assume would now be paid to a widow and/or other survivors, would have been based on the amount of the extremely high salary he collected, and even though during much of that time he was almost certainly totally worthless due to alcoholism.
So since the LAPD is looking for excuses to not pay the reward, I have an even better idea. No police officer should receive a pension, or in fact even a paycheck, if he is or was an alcoholic, incompetent, or broke the law by giving other police officers a pass, and such as for instance on traffic violations.
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