Personal opinions aside, this is a very interesting assembly of facts, especially the informative timeline. Many opinions and thoughts surround this complicate case, but one fact has colored my opinion that Christopher Jordan Dorner needed to die….he killed 4 people, 4 humans, no matter their profession or relation to others he hated, he murdered 4 people. In America, NObody should go around killing humans. NO exceptions. If you disagree and fancy Dorner a hero….thats most likely because he never made it to your town to kill your loved ones.
Thank the LAPD for that.
Christopher Jordan Dorner had been relieved from duty as an officer on the LAPD since June 26, 2008. On January 2, 2009 he was dismissed from duty, fired for blowing the whistle on what he believed to be rampant corruption and racism in the department he loved.
“…for what was right, but unfortunately have dealt with the repercussions of doing the right thing and now losing my name and everything I ever stood for.”
Accused of killing at least four people and injuring several others, the ordeal culminated in fire at a cabin in Big Bear California on February 12, 2013. After an aggressive 10-day manhunt that encompassed several states and Mexico, authorities threw known incendiary devices into the cabin Dorner was allegedly holed up in.
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