Is Christopher Dorner, a Hero ?

Created by Uncle Tom on Feb 11, 2013

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Yes he is. We live in a Police State.

Killing innocent folks is always wrong.

Not if you're an Empire.

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#41 Feb 12, 2013
The police have shot almost as many people as Dornor has, plus you don't know the whole story. Nobody has heard Dornors side of the story. Just what the main stream news has told you. This all started over police brutality, dornor reported it, and was fired. So yeah until it is proven that Dornor is just a "Mad Man" killing people for no reason, I am rooting for him.
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#42 Feb 12, 2013
Poor Dornor. RIP Dornor RIP

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#43 Feb 12, 2013
anonymous666 wrote:
F8ck off Sandy.
You definitely had me fooled that you were a decent person here on topix.For you to praise someone who murdered 3 innocent people just shows your as sick as him.

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#44 Feb 12, 2013
He's still alive as of right now according to the live news feed.

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#45 Feb 12, 2013
You praise police everyday, they kill people everyday. Your argument is invalid. If you do not like what I post you do not have to respond. Like I told other people, your opinion does not matter to me. Like I said, I will not back down from my beliefs, and I do not care if you want to defend your precious little police officers. Dornor tried to expose Racism, and police brutality in the police force and was ignored and fired for it. He tried to send evidence to CNN which was basically ignored. I do not think that anyone should kill anyone, and I do not cared if I am not the person you thought I was, I do not live for your expectations.
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#46 Feb 12, 2013
I think Anonymous is say'n he recognizes the struggle, even if all methods aren't perfect. I was appalled when Tim McVeigh said that the children he killed was "collateral damage", since he was wag'n war against the US govt, after the innocent children President Bill Clinton had slain in Waco, TX, under Janet Reno, exactly 1 year earlier, but then again, I hear the same thing w/ the Iraqi children... or Pakistani children... or Yemeni children... or Libyan children... etc. Collateral damage is used to cover up the slaughter of innocents. That's the real tragedy here.

But King Herod started Christianity out w/ a slaughter of the innocents... maybe sadistic bloody infanticide is embedded in our culture... that's according to Charles Sumner, a major sociologist.

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#47 Feb 12, 2013
I'll let you in on a little secret though, I am not the only person that is supporting Dornor. I'm not even supporting him technically, I want to hear his side of the story. But regardless, if what he says is true about the police brutality claims, at least this man will make the police think twice before they beat or shoot an innocent person.
dman

Mesa, AZ

#48 Feb 12, 2013
Everyone go on YouTube and type in cop abuse and majority of it is Cali. Police . LAPD is a corrupt family .
Forscythe

Springfield, VA

#49 Feb 12, 2013
Dorner's side of the story has been reported extensively, at least in regards to his firing. Personally I feel that he was almost certainly screwed over. However that doesn't justify his violence, particularly against people unaffiliated with his grudge. He had no right to kill a woman for the actions of her father.

The LAPD's violence does not make his violence okay.

Or maybe it does. If the violence of authority justifies the violence of the oppressed, then all violence is justified.

Let's butcher one another in the streets. Let's kill each other until no one is left.

Murder the world free of humanity.

“Merry”

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#50 Feb 12, 2013
I hope you people rooting for him are happy,another officer has passed away today. He lied regarding an arrest report,and that contributed to his termination. This nut has killed 4 people,and pray noone else is hurt before this ends.. prayers to these families.
RememberChrisDor ner

Mesa, AZ

#51 Feb 12, 2013
What world do you live in forscythe ? Sorry if you can't see and feel what we minorities go through everyday . Police are suppose to protect but they are the biggest gangsters and biggest bullies . They are worst than lawyers . At least lawyers know what aide they are . Either to defend it prosecute .
RememberChrisDor ner

Mesa, AZ

#52 Feb 12, 2013
Know what side they are. Either defend or prosecute .

“Merry”

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#53 Feb 12, 2013
RememberChrisDorner wrote:
What world do you live in forscythe ? Sorry if you can't see and feel what we minorities go through everyday . Police are suppose to protect but they are the biggest gangsters and biggest bullies . They are worst than lawyers . At least lawyers know what aide they are . Either to defend it prosecute .
And I guess your on the side to gun down innocent people.He'll be remembered,as a psycho who murdered 2 police officers and 2 civilians.
He was fired for lying... and it had nothing to do with him being black. Stop pulling the race card.
RememberChrisDor ner

Mesa, AZ

#54 Feb 12, 2013
Sure he tried to the the right thing and report abuse but that didn't sit to well with the corrupt police dept. If you don't live in LA don't comment cause you don't know jack sht . Living in your white suburbia paradise . CHRIS DORNER HERO !!!
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#55 Feb 12, 2013
It's not only minorities who go through it too. Poor whites aren't protected, and young men are targeted/hunted everyday... now, they got the Wolf Pack'n technique... and everybody's blood is up now... they reactive... just shoot'n trucks... regardless of whose inside of them... just to do it... just b/c it's fun... just b/c they're trigger happy... it's not just the minorities. It's how America is. Welcome to Palestine.

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#56 Feb 12, 2013
He said that there was police brutality, the father of the victim confirmed that his son was kicked and punched by the police officer that Dornor had "told on". Sandy you need to stop blindly defending every cop, just because they are police. Police are corrupt, mean, racist, and brutal too. Why is it impossible that Dornor was telling the truth. According to CNN the father of the victim said that the police brutalized him, and if Dornor pointed that out, and was then fired for it what then? You are going to feel like an idiot if it turns out that Dornor was pointing out corruption.
But for anyone that actually cares about what is happening, the cabin that Dornor was supposedly in, is engulfed in flames. Ammo was detonating because of the fire. The fire was started due to a tactical operation, a smoke device set the cabin on fire. Police are unsure if Dornor was inside the cabin when the tactical operation began, they are unsure if he is in the cabin still, or if he has gotten into the woods surrounding the cabin. This could have been a diversion for him to get away. And Sandy, what about the people that police have shot while looking for Dornor. Two Asain newspaper ladies, a white guy that was on his way home. What about them. I guess it is okay for the police to do that right.
Forscythe

Springfield, VA

#57 Feb 12, 2013
Of course the police abuse authority. I won't deny that in any way shape or form. However, does their abuse justify violent retribution?

As Gandhi said "An eye for an eye leaves the world blind." However Dorner didn't even do that. His response to what he believes to be white oppression was to murder an unarmed asian woman and black man only vaguely connected. Is that logical? He then claimed that the father was to blame for not protecting her. I suppose by that logic it is Dorner's fault that he got fired for not protecting himself.

Dorner has a history of escalation, retaliating against racial slurs with violence. Again I won't deny the vile nature of these words, but no words should be met with violence. Words are air, murder is forever.

And yes as a white person I realize that I am not as sensitive to racism as I should be, despite my best efforts. However, I think, the opposite is true as well. Oh well.
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#58 Feb 12, 2013
Forscythe wrote:
Dorner's side of the story has been reported extensively, at least in regards to his firing. Personally I feel that he was almost certainly screwed over. However that doesn't justify his violence, particularly against people unaffiliated with his grudge. He had no right to kill a woman for the actions of her father.
The LAPD's violence does not make his violence okay.
Or maybe it does. If the violence of authority justifies the violence of the oppressed, then all violence is justified.
Let's butcher one another in the streets. Let's kill each other until no one is left.
Murder the world free of humanity.
This is a mind blow'n post...

The Violence of the Oppressed

vs

The Violence of Authority

The Oppressed should be free... the violence of authority... what's "Authority"? How does one get that? Just gett'n hired onto police department? Just going to the academy? Somes think they authority, when they aint nobody... just a tiny scrap of authority can turn some ratshyt POS into a Hitler Nazi monster... I'm the boss of this room! I'm your boss! I declared it, and so now, it's true! Bow down and submit to my authority!

Violence of the Oppressed is just... always... and the Violence of Authority... well, they need to claim legitimate authority... however that's defined.

“Merry”

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Christmas

#59 Feb 12, 2013
Forscythe wrote:
Of course the police abuse authority. I won't deny that in any way shape or form. However, does their abuse justify violent retribution?
As Gandhi said "An eye for an eye leaves the world blind." However Dorner didn't even do that. His response to what he believes to be white oppression was to murder an unarmed asian woman and black man only vaguely connected. Is that logical? He then claimed that the father was to blame for not protecting her. I suppose by that logic it is Dorner's fault that he got fired for not protecting himself.
Dorner has a history of escalation, retaliating against racial slurs with violence. Again I won't deny the vile nature of these words, but no words should be met with violence. Words are air, murder is forever.
And yes as a white person I realize that I am not as sensitive to racism as I should be, despite my best efforts. However, I think, the opposite is true as well. Oh well.
Good luck with this crowd.A sane person don't think its ok to murder innocent people to make a point.An innocent woman and her fiance died for no reason and 2 officers. He was fired for lying,and to gun down people years later is sick and crazy.
Forscythe

Springfield, VA

#60 Feb 12, 2013
The authority of police is based on three tenants.

The first is the law. By becoming a police officer they are tied to the government and the social contract. Ostensibly, they are held to a higher code of conduct in return for this authority.

The second is the community. Community is the basis for law after all. Of course the question is what defines a community.

And finally the third is the gun. Might makes right after all.

So John Masters, you say that violence of the oppressed is always justified. Does that mean that oppressed groups are allowed to commit rape? What about murder of children? Pederasty?

What about violence of one oppressed group against another? Are black men not allowed to hurt white women? Should we create a system for determining how oppressed a group is, and then determine whom they can attack?

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