Skip to comments.Wanted man Christopher Dorner helped by 'JY' and could be in Mexico (He can fly a plane)
Posted on 02/11/2013 8:56:13 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
AMERICA'S most wanted man, former police officer Christopher Dorner who allegedly killed three people, police fear may have fled to Mexico.
Christopher Dorner, 33, a former Los Angeles police officer and naval reservist, has been on the run for five days after allegedly threatening on Facebook "unconventional and asymmetrical warfare" on Los Angeles Police.
Doran today has been charged with the murder of police officer Michael Crain, one of the three people he allegedly killed. Dorner has also been charged with three counts of attempted murder, for allegedly shooting at three other police officers, said Paul Zellerbach, district attorney for Riverside County, east of Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Times reported that in court documents Los Angeles Police state that Dorner could have fled to Mexico. He is also believed to have been helped by an associate identified only as "JY" in the charging document that was filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, the documents state...
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He’s warm and dry, will be soaking up some Margaritas for a good year, then he’ll go back on the hunt.
The narco that puts him up will be seen as a real important hombre.
Holy cow, you are spot on... did Yoda that article write, Hmmm? Awful. Then again, 10 years ago I saw the product that ABET-accredited engineering schools in this country were producing... and they were going to work for the Army... designing munitions? Wow.
I imagine journalism schools are about the same for garbage in garbage out.
So, he decides to go off the deep and start a vendetta against the LAPD and others, then suddenly stops and splits to Mexico?
Shouldn't that be
When did they *allegedly* fire all the newspaper editors?
Hiding in a country as corrupt as Mexico with a million dollar bounty on his head might be tougher than he expects.
He'll never be the "head" of a major corporation.
Well, interesting. One of the claimed reasons for filing charges today was to get a federal warrant in the system. Could have needed it to get the Federales on the case.
Ok, that'll do.
Can’t be. He wandered...alone.
I guess slinking off to Mexico while the LAPD is on full alert would qualify as "asymmetrical".
The perfect cover!
I thought he was a Navy sailor? He can drive a submarine would make more sense.
Perhaps he stole his ID?
Johnny Yuma, was a 400lb Black man..
Nope. That won’t work at all.
Henry Bowman was a pilot, too.
No more so than anyone working for any of the cartels, who also have bounties on them.
What Dorner knows is of value to the cartels. If he really wants to make war on LAPD, joining up with a cartel is a good way to do this and make some serious money at the same time.
Sounds to me like an attempt to get the edge off the population and thus dispel anger at the LAPD.
Oh...he’s gone now. No worries folks.
Very good point.
Especially when, if you’ve got some infrastructure already set up, you could start calling in all manner of false reports to LAPD and sending them on increasingly wild goose chases.
All you need is a decent IP connection, an encrypted tunnel, an endpoint (or multiple endpoints) in the US and VOIP telephony.
Fun for the whole family!