Chris Dorner is a Hero!!
Frankie RIzzo

Pahrump, NV

#86 Feb 11, 2013
Biggest Fan wrote:
Sounds like an OINKER to me. Don't you have some drugs to steal or some innocent person to beat up. Some crime to cover up? Something stay off the computer and go peek out your window and see if Mr Dorner has his cross hairs on your window!
Pipe down, queer-o. Stick to running your mouth over guys' cranks that you meet on Craigslist.
Frankie RIzzo

Pahrump, NV

#87 Feb 11, 2013
beentheir wrote:
Hey biggest fan...Not abit of pig blood runs through these veins.That was a nasty comment to make.I couldnt think of a worse thing to call somebody and I don't see how you could have even came to that conclusion.I'm Sitting in the mountians of WV. watching it snow.I don't know s#*t about what is going on out that way other than whats being said on the news and they are making him look like a woman killing monster on the east coast...Is that not the way it is?
Fkk off, hillbilly. You and the ticks and fleas you brought with you when you came out to California.
Frankie RIzzo

Pahrump, NV

#88 Feb 11, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>
No, that is not the way it is. He tried to bring the abuses in the LAPD to light the right way. But anyone with a brain knew that the system covers for its own and he was never going to be successful.
Cops in So Cal use excessive force, threaten people AND their loved ones all the time. They are nothing bu paid gangbangers. Once in a great while, one is caught on camera and it doesn't get confiscated and erased. But that is rare.
This is all just a good dose of karma. The girl was not innocent. She was the offspring of the devil,(i.e. a member of the LAPD). If women don't want to be associated with evil, they shouldn't marry So Cal LEO's. Any dumb bitch who does, brings this kind of stuff on herself and her children...the same way a girl who marries a shaved headed, tattooed, baggy pants wearing gangbanger does!
It may be different where you live. But this is the way it is in So Cal. It's not just LAPD. It's also the LA County Sheriffs and many other agencies.
In 2010, SIX pigs in Fullerton beat a defenseless, skinny homeless man to death and were caught on camera doing it!! Yet, only one is being charged with a serious crime. Every cop who stood there and did nothing should be charged with murder. But the So Cal criminial justice condones this type of behavior.
Heck, the mere fact those cops who shot up two pickup trucks on Thursday morning are not in custody proves it, too!
Good lord! You sure are one major a..sshole. Just because you found out your momma was spreading her legs for security guards at 5 bucks a pop, doesn't mean you have to talk smack about cops.
Biggest Fan

Oneonta, NY

#89 Feb 11, 2013
Mr Oinker finds the need to speak about mens cranks and other people mother to defend his position. He is for certain a cop. Hope your wearing your vest, well actually I don't.
julie

Pahrump, NV

#90 Feb 11, 2013
Biggest Fan wrote:
Mr Oinker finds the need to speak about mens cranks and other people mother to defend his position. He is for certain a cop. Hope your wearing your vest, well actually I don't.
You sound like an aggresive homosexual that has been doing too much amyl nitrate. lol!
Coconut Carl

Castle Rock, CO

#91 Feb 11, 2013
It doesn't matter now why. That the LAPD is hanging by its short hairs now is what matters. They may mot squeal on each other's violation of human rights but listen to them squeal now that fear rules their days.
Straight Shooter

Puerto Escondido, Mexico

#92 Feb 11, 2013
Many people given the slightest bit of authority misuse it. IOts funny seeing someone with adequate skills give the American control apparatus a run for the money. I hope he ends up like the Alcatrez escapees!
Wondering Man

Nicholasville, KY

#93 Feb 11, 2013
All States wrote:
<quoted text>Alot of police ,sherifes,state cops,Da,politicians ,lawyers , judges , Govenors, Military colonels, Commanders, think they are above the law in alot of towns and cities across the nation ,not just California.There is some that are honest ,but are affraid to speak the truth affraid of retaliation !Employers are just as bad ,you do a complaint and they will blaickmail you ,tell lies turn the truth around to fit there agendas .Dorner was most likely telling the truth ,I just wished he had not killed those people ,because now they consider him a cop killer and they proberbly want to harm him ,look at how many vehicles they shot at thinking it was Dorner .
Great post. I have known good cops and bad cops. A good cop is worth his weight in gold and a bad one deserves hell as quickly as he can get there.
The government in general have far too much power and a woeful lack of accountability.
consequences

Pottstown, PA

#94 Feb 11, 2013
All States wrote:
<quoted text>Alot of police ,sherifes,state cops,Da,politicians ,lawyers , judges , Govenors, Military colonels, Commanders, think they are above the law in alot of towns and cities across the nation ,not just California.There is some that are honest ,but are affraid to speak the truth affraid of retaliation !Employers are just as bad ,you do a complaint and they will blaickmail you ,tell lies turn the truth around to fit there agendas .Dorner was most likely telling the truth ,I just wished he had not killed those people ,because now they consider him a cop killer and they proberbly want to harm him ,look at how many vehicles they shot at thinking it was Dorner .
I agree as with many other related posts.

The government isn't about serving the public it is about preserving their power and benefits. Maintaining the status quo. You hit the nail on the head when you said employers(I assume you mean private sector) are the same way. Many company executives are the same about keeping their job and power. You are supposed to over look those pesky rules and procedures. That's why many corporations give you a useless 1800 number to call in complaints.

It all comes down to abusing power and privilege. It's not about the actual job it's about their careers.
wow

United States

#95 Feb 11, 2013
Ok so this x cop tried to do the rite thing, by saying a cop was beating a suspect then they fire him, and try to say he was lying about it hope the truth will come out and all that have done him wrong will be fired, talk about going postal
consequences

Pottstown, PA

#96 Feb 11, 2013
wow wrote:
Ok so this x cop tried to do the rite thing, by saying a cop was beating a suspect then they fire him, and try to say he was lying about it hope the truth will come out and all that have done him wrong will be fired, talk about going postal
The truth will come it out but it won't get the attention it deserves because he killed innocent not directly related people to his firing/predictament.
Olga

Las Vegas, NV

#97 Feb 11, 2013
What bugs the heck out of most folks is LAPD Chief Beck stands behind a microphone and again trying to hoodwink the public just like Daryl Gates did after Rodney King was viciously beaten by thugs wearing a badge and gun.
Let’s not forget, the corrupt cops after violating Mr. King’s civil rights, booked him into the county jail on bogus charges not knowing at the time Candid Camera had caught their lying asses beating a helpless man.

We all try to give the LAPD the benefit of the doubt to reform it self, after numerous and famous scandals like, Von Villas and Richard Ford, a former LAPD detectives convicted for murder for hire when they served in Devonshire Division, then racist Mark Fuhrman, Rafael Antonio "Ray" Perez from the LAPD Rampart Div.and the Rodney King thugs.

Chief Beck you and your officers regularly enforce the California three strike Laws against career criminals, my question to you sir, after so many strikes against your department the LAPD what do you expect we the public and victims of your occupied thuggish army wants? The answer is simple the buck stops with you, hang up your badge and resign with dignity while there is still a chance to save face.
lon nol ngyuen

Pahrump, NV

#99 Feb 11, 2013
some dork on a computer wrote:
Maybe Dorner is starting the revolution that this country needs.
Maybe you're just a pedophile that don't like cops cause you got busted once for trolling for kids.
some dork on a computer

Wellsboro, PA

#100 Feb 11, 2013
Wow you read into things strange. You must be an LAPD detective with that logic.
jamest

Glendale, CA

#102 Feb 11, 2013
red necks just wont get you did not lean a lesson on december 7 1941 you still did not get the picture on 911 how many more people will pay the price for dumb ass white people
Poor Boy

Nicholasville, KY

#103 Feb 11, 2013
lon nol ngyuen wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe you're just a pedophile that don't like cops cause you got busted once for trolling for kids.
Mr. LA cop you will have to do better than this to defend yourself. In my opinion, a lot more of your buddies need to be in federal prison.
Poor Boy

Nicholasville, KY

#104 Feb 11, 2013
consequences wrote:
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The truth will come it out but it won't get the attention it deserves because he killed innocent not directly related people to his firing/predictament.
Well, it is a little too late, isn't it, for a review of the complaints? Interesting, I think, if the new inquiry proves that Chris told the truth and was wrongly fired, isn't he entitled to his job back with back pay?
Maybe the governor will pardon him for the three murders and let him have his badge, gun and uniform back. Heck, he surely wouldn't be the only murderer on the LAPD force, would he?
Maybe his next hearing will be public and the liberal media will report the witnesses testimony that said he told the truth.
FREEDOM STOP CORRUPTION

Hayward, CA

#105 Feb 11, 2013
€€€CORRUPTION AT ALL LEVELS€€€
€€€FIGHT TO EXPOSE THE INTERNAL SCAMS€€€
€€€LAPD = L_ARD A_SS P_ORKING D_UMPSTER€€€
joe bob

United States

#106 Feb 11, 2013
I'm writing from a small town in Arkansas. We've only heard reports on the News about what a vicious killer Chris Dorner is. They only briefly told about him getting fired by the LADP, and talked about how his manifesto proved he was dangerous and crazy. I've come to distrust our News media and decided to look this up to try to find out Dorner's side of the story.(Since the news media will only tell LAPD"S side!) Mr. Dorner has a strong argument! He is not crazy!!! Are you people over there going to let them kill Mr. Dorner??? Because they have no intention of letting him live!!! He knows to much! PROTEST!!! Mr. Dorner has the guts to, and Mr. King knew how to protest. DON'T LET THIS FINE MAN BE KILLED FOR STANDING UP FOR BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS!!!
jut

Desoto, TX

#107 Feb 11, 2013
he is hero.

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