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Just got done reading this... Wow. Its straight out of Hollywood. And you know alot of what he says is true. I'm not condoning his actions at all, but it will be interesting to see how this ends. Such a compelling story.
From: Christopher Jordan Dorner /7648 To: America Subj: Last resort Regarding CF# 07-004281 I know most of you who personally know me are in disbelief to hear from media reports that I am suspected of committing such horrendous murders
I really hate what has happened and what the outcome will eventually be, as nothing good can come of the violence. I am, like you, in the belief that there is some truth to what drove this action. I will go ahead and state that I am not a big fan of the "Establishment", including many "Law Enforcement" organizations. They are, in my opinion, a necessary evil. I would prefer to enforce the law of nature and of civility myself, but I know that in a large society, that this is not the best course. Unfortunately, many of our "Law Enforcement" organizations put their interest above the law they are sworn to uphold. It is sad that they value their own preservation much more than that of "ordinary" citizens. See how they rush to protect their own, when normally they would turn away abused and threatened women and children for lack of sufficient evidence. They would say to them to "get a warrant" or a "protection order". Not the LAPD in this instance - They are in full riot gear and shooting innocent bystanders in an effort to prevent their own demise. We can only hope that the innocents are not harmed anymore and that this will end quickly and not repeat itself. I am not very confident of that.
Sounds like that cop killer drew inspiration from Bane in Batman.
The fact that the police have shot up two pickups that look "similar" to the one the suspect has is very disturbing.
LAPD opened fire on a pick up truck they thought was driven by the suspect early this morning... Turns out it was two women delivering newspapers. One was shot in the hand, the other in the back, both were not life threatening injuries. But damn, I guess that's how they handle things. Shoot first mentality=dangerous
This post was edited by MyNameIsBryant 17 months ago
Some of the replies in the article are a sad commentary of our country
I'd argue the whole thing is sad. Beginning, middle, and end. But a story like this will bring out the idiots who will cheer him on. If what the guy wrote is true, then I can understand his frustration. But the way in which he is taking out his frustration is no where close to the answer. He's a terrorist.
While this guy has obviously gone off the deep end, I hope they don't just sweep all this under the rug once they kill him, and given the wreckless response by the police so far, I have little doubt that the police have no intention of taking him alive.
Hopefully he isn't capable of his goals because if he is half as deadly as he thinks he is LA will become a Hollywood movie. The good in our world is quickly eroding away.
He also sent a package to Anderson Cooper and they received it like a week ago. It was a video that he claims proves his innocence.
The mindset that killing innocent people will clear his name is ridiculous. The message his kindergarten teacher tried to teach him would have served him well for a life time. I'm not saying he wasn't wronged, but come on, he basically carried a chip on his shoulder the rest of his life
I'm shocked the poorer blacks in LA aren't rioting in support of him.
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