I just hope they find him sooner, than later. Like yesterday!
I think it's things like this that is making the public look at this guy a bit differently than they look at a lot of other mass murderers, serial killers and the like. I think people are almost viewing him in a more sympathetic light. Not agreeing with what he did or how he went about "clearing" his name, but seeing that he had a legitimate issue with the LAPD. I also think after seeing the way the police handled those two incidences yesterday morning, that Christopher Dorner may not have been that off in his assessment of the LAPD.
I can't believe those people survived those shootings. The bullet holes were where their heads would have been. Insane. I hope the people of LA start protesting, LAPD can't just go around shooting to kill like this. They didn't even look at the drivers, how do you mistake an elderly Hispanic woman for a 270 lb black man? Wtf!
Holy shit! His 11 page letter about Hollywood stories and the package he sent to Anderson Cooper is crazy. The LAPD can just like Michael K hunt this nut down if he threatens Anderson.
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The cops aren't out to bring this guy in, they are out to kill him. He knows it too since his manifesto basically says he knows he'll die soon. I don't believe they will kill him to silence him (he's already spilled what happened), they will kill him for revenge. And apparently, if some citizens die in the process... overtime and jet skies for everyone!
It looks like they seem to think he's still in Big Bear. It seems strange to me, but they must know what they're doing. Big Bear is a small community and since he burned his truck and no one has reported a stolen vehicle, they think he stayed put. The terrain is very rugged and they don't think he would have been able to get out on foot without taking the main roads. Who knows.
Thanks for the update, Kris. Creepy as fuck.
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He is smart, couldn't he have had a vehicle stashed somewhere close by? I wouldn't think he would want to isolate himself up there, when he has an agenda and people he wants to take out.
Just a quick update. There is an article on Huffington Post (Christopher Dorner Court And Police Records Show Ex-Cop Murder Suspect Was Sensitive, Disturbed) that is very illuminating - about people who suffer from his apparent disorder - malignant narcissistic personality disorder.
Some stuff from the article:Those who study the psyches of criminals said Dorner's aggressive and self-aggrandizing rant indicates a classic case of malignant narcissist personality disorder. Some people with the disorder are extremely thin-skinned and vengeful, said Mary Ellen O'Toole, a retired FBI profiler.Also:
They may seem insecure, she said, but in reality their rages – and even tears – are extreme reactions to real or imagined criticisms because they have such grandiose visions of themselves.
"He's putting in his manifesto that he's going to use all the training he received as an LAPD officer and as a military officer to basically hold Southern California hostage, and to be there when you least expect it," she said. "Is he deadly? Yes. Of course he has killed people."
"But is he capable of taking on some 1,000 officers looking for him? That's someone with a personality disorder," she said.
Court papers from 2006 show that Dorner requested a restraining order against a woman he had dated for six weeks after he said she posted his LAPD badge number and trash-talked about him on a website called dontdatehimgirl.com.And:
Dorner attached the lengthy posting he said was by his ex-girlfriend, Ariana Williams, as well as a handwritten note she apparently placed on his belongings when she returned them after they broke up.
In the web posting, Dorner is described as "severely emotionally and mentally disturbed," "twisted" and "super paranoid." It also said he flashed his police badge on their first date, lives with his mother and hates himself for being black – at one point asking her to act more like a white woman.
In internal police papers, Evans said Dorner repeatedly asked why he was being put back on patrol without reintegration training. On one occasion, he began weeping in the patrol car and demanded to be taken back to the police academy to be retrained, according to a summary of an interview with Evans contained in 2009 court documents.
Evans warned Dorner that she would give him an unsatisfactory rating and request that he be removed from the field unless he improved. A day after she followed up on her threat with a poor review, Dorner reported to internal affairs that Evans had kicked a severely mentally ill man in the chest and left cheek during an arrest.
A police review panel ultimately found the allegation untrue and Dorner was fired for making a false statement.
I feel bad for the man who lost his daughter. What he must be thinking....
There are no good guys in this story.
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