I heard a tape on radio yesterday, purported from the scene, that has a cop cursing, “BURN that MotherF****** DOWN”. Then a dispatcher stating in a calm, female voice, “We have fired seven burners, repeat, seven burners.”
think it was insured?
I am so totally confused. In listening to the news this morning and hearing a man and woman talking they made it sound like they were in the cabin and tied up, but Dormer said he wouldn't hurt them. They almost made it sound like they owned the cabin. I kept thinking how did they get away. Can someone clear this up for me?
But ... but ... he needed more time and more opportunities to kill some more people ... so he could then clear his name. And America is the land of opportunity and it was denied him. It was an injustice ... a denial of due process.
[Did I get it right???]
I hope that family wasn’t hoping to use that rental cabin as a source of income anytime soon...
Assuming the cabin is insured, I would think the carrier will have a dandy case against the police department. Surely the municipality will end up paying to have it rebuilt.
A little off topic, okay, way off topic but, if MS Candy Martin ever took the surname of her children’s baby-daddy, then she would be called,,,wait for it,,,MS CANDY FUNNEL!,,,,That sounds a little gauche. I can appreciate her dilema!
The police burned it down, the Police can build it back, with tax payers money of course.
Put the cops on trial for arson.
Can’t have it both ways.
I guess I am missing why it was better to set the cabin on fire than to simply wait for him to run out of food/water.
If these cops were soldiers in Iraq, they’d be getting a court martial for murder.
With audio of the cops screaming “Burn it down, bring in the Burners”, the homeowner’s insurance should have a case to recoup there loss from LAPD.
Any potential property buyers would find it difficult to ignore the memory of what was cooking there.
Just imagine filing that insurance claim!