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Lizzie Cornish 1 Dorner Manhunt in California (45) RE: Dorner Manhunt in California 15 Feb 13

This started because he dared to speak out about brutal behaviour within the LAPD.

HAD the LAPD taken his complaint seriously, then this situation would never have arisen. But the police protect the police and there are some VERY BRUTAL and RACIST Bastards out there who just happen to be wearing Police Officer's uniforms..

And so the good ol' FBI COINTELPRO Tactics were brought down upon Christopher to the point where most people just simply go along with what they're being told..

I do not condone him taking the lives of others, but I see a man who was at the end of his tether because he had been boxed into a very tight corner by some very dubious folks, probably with Sociopathic backgrounds who have no guilt whatsoever what they do whilst in uniform or without it, for they truly believe they have the RIGHT to kick innocent people, beat them up, wrongfully arrest them, pepper spray them...the list is endless....

The fact that Christopher refused to let go of this case, refused to back down and just disappear from their horizon must have been driving them nuts for a very long time..

So I doubt he was the 'cold-blooded nutcase' that some of you portray him as, but rather a man who had gone to war believing he was doing it for the good of his country, who then joined the police force, for the good of his country, and found himself amongst 'an enemy' he had never dreamt of being IN his own country, let alone amongst the police force he had joined in good faith to help people.

Maybe, just maybe, Christopher Dorner was THE MOST HONEST COP within the LAPD............

In Christopher's own words......

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