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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby jennylives » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:33 pm

Fancy wrote: Not a surprising end.


Of course it's not. The police were literally gunning for him from the beginning. He was never going to trial which reinforces the points of the police being a corrupt organisation Dorner was making to begin with.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby Fancy » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:35 pm

jennylives wrote:Of course it's not. The police were literally gunning for him from the beginning. He was never going to trial which reinforces the points of the police being a corrupt organisation Dorner was making to begin with.

He certainly wasn't looking for a trial either.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby Nebula » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:40 pm

jennylives wrote:The police were literally gunning for him from the beginning.

Maybe because he was gunning for them! Incredible how some people make this guy out to be some poor, misunderstood nice guy.

He was never going to trial which reinforces the points of the police being a corrupt organisation Dorner was making to begin with.

He was never going to trial because he knew he was going to die. He set the wheels in motion. He never had any intention of getting caught alive.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby jennylives » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:43 pm

Isn't capital punishment for the court to decide?
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby jennylives » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:44 pm

And were the bystanders who were shot shooting at the police too?
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby zzontar » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:47 pm

Nebula wrote:He was never going to trial because he knew he was going to die. He set the wheels in motion. He never had any intention of getting caught alive.


He probably figured out that going to trial would be much the same as filing his complaints the legal and proper way to begin with only to have the cops deny everything and have him fired. You really think that would give anyone the slightest bit of confidence going to trial?
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby Nebula » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:51 pm

jennylives wrote:Isn't capital punishment for the court to decide?

Of course it is. This wasn't a case of capital punishment and rather silly to suggest it.

This was a case of dealing with a barricaded murderer who had made his intentions well known. By his choice, he wasn't coming out of that cabin alive.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby Nebula » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:52 pm

jennylives wrote:And were the bystanders who were shot shooting at the police too?

A completely separate incident. Those cops should be dealt with. It doesn't mitigate having to deal with Dorner's murderous rampage.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby jennylives » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:53 pm

No, they are very much intertwined.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby Nebula » Feb 16th, 2013, 1:54 pm

zzontar wrote:He probably figured out that going to trial would be much the same as filing his complaints the legal and proper way to begin with only to have the cops deny everything and have him fired. You really think that would give anyone the slightest bit of confidence going to trial?

He wouldn't have gone to trial over LAPD abuse allegations. He would have gone to trial for murdering four people.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby zzontar » Feb 16th, 2013, 2:03 pm

Nebula wrote:Of course it is. This wasn't a case of capital punishment and rather silly to suggest it.

This was a case of dealing with a barricaded murderer who had made his intentions well known. By his choice, he wasn't coming out of that cabin alive.


Even if it wasn't his choice, it was the cops choice so the outcome would have been the same.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby goatboy » Feb 16th, 2013, 2:19 pm

zzontar wrote:

He might have killed himself, but they don't know that for sure yet as they state at 2:16 of the video. It's always good to check out the facts you're presenting first, good thing you're not a detective.


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"Autopsy results on former Los Angeles police officer Christopher Dorner show he died from a single gunshot wound to the head that was likely self-inflicted, authorities said Friday.

The renegade cop killed four people and wounded three others as part of a vendetta against his former comrades, before apparently taking his own life.

"While we're still compiling the information and putting our reports together, the information that we have right now seems to indicate that the wound that took Christopher Dorner's life was self-inflicted," Capt. Kevin Lacy, with the San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department, told reporters."
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby goatboy » Feb 16th, 2013, 2:24 pm

zzontar wrote:He probably figured out that going to trial would be much the same as filing his complaints the legal and proper way to begin with only to have the cops deny everything and have him fired. You really think that would give anyone the slightest bit of confidence going to trial?


I think the fact that he knew he killed 4 people did not give him any confidence on going to trial. But you go ahead and feel all warm and fuzzy about a guy who killed 4 completely innocent people just because he was mad at the LAPD.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby goatboy » Feb 16th, 2013, 2:26 pm

zzontar wrote:Even if it wasn't his choice, it was the cops choice so the outcome would have been the same.


Given that this never happened, you have no idea if that is true.
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Re: Disturbing manifesto of a psycho ex-cop

Postby baconbits » Feb 16th, 2013, 3:55 pm

Nebula wrote:Maybe because he was gunning for them!

That sounds professional..

Nebula wrote: He never had any intention of getting caught alive.


Probably because he knew that there would be no way that the authorities would take him alive. He knew how these people operated on a first hand basis. THey think they're kings or a god of some sort, can do whatever they want with no consequences.
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