The LAPD act collectively like Dobermans anyways.
For the safety of all, cops need to transpond at all times. Zero Tolerance.
I wonder if they’re kicking in all the doors and windows of those vacant cabins.
I’d be pissed if I went up to my cabin in the spring and found broken doors and critters living in the thing.
“...100 officers searched through fresh snow for clues...”
That there’s a real detective problem, guys.
Apparently, the authorities don’t think the suspect can get access to any news, either-it would make more sense to me to stay shut up about anything but the bare facts where the media is concerned. If this guy is as cagey as they keep saying he is, he is likely miles away fron where they are looking by now-and what if he has an accomplice or enabler? He wants to kill people, and they just keep blabbing about where they are looking, etc.
Hey! LAPD he ain’t up there anymore! He is resting in a safe house watching the coverage on MSNBC or CNN and planning his next move.
I will not "tsk, tsk" and look down upon those who take up arms against the government. As Churchill said, "If Hitler were to invade Hell, I would at least make a favorable reference to the Devil in the House of Commons."
Apparently so is the LAPD.
Witness the similar truck shot up like Swiss cheese.
LAPD is fortunate that no one was hurt, but there's big money to change hands when this is over.
If everybody would turn in their guns they will be safe, and the police will protect them from the bad guys. Except this bad guy is a cop. oops.
Everybody in the area is protecting themselves with guns. You can’t expect anyone else to protect you.
Sorry California residents, many of you are sitting ducks because of the people in the state house.
“My opinion is unprintable” followed by ‘his actions are evidence of an abandoned and depraved mind and heart’ — I thought the Riverside Chief of Police’s words were spot on, totally professional, and actually THE words that described any of this.
Dorner: Police are Heavily Armed and Dangerous.
Maybe they gave them tickets to the Sands so they could see a show while the search was being carried out.
What do you think the JBT’s reaction would be if one of the neighbours had said “No” when “asked” to vacate his own home whilst the JBT’s went through Dorner’s house?
Yeah, I thought so...
Well, I’m sure they at least had a search warrant for this one.
My guess is that Dorner is sitting warm, comfortable and satiated somewhere in LA, planning his next strike.
The most dangerous element of this is that he said in his manifesto that he is trained in demolitions.
A long time ago I knew some Army Explosive Ordnance Demolition (bomb disposal) types. They had an ongoing contest, in which they picked a random major city in the world, and as a thought problem, figured out how it could be paralyzed, for under $500. That is, cut off its water, electricity, sewage, communications, transportation, etc.
For under $500.
They did this contest on speculation that if some other *trained* individual(s) tried to do this, they would pick many of the same vulnerabilities. And if they did, the EOD would know where to look to neutralize their bombs.
Importantly, bombing is by far the most effective terrorist attack, because it picks all the criteria of the attack, and by the time the bomb goes off, optimally the bomber is many miles away.
The best example of this was New York’s “Mad Bomber”, who blew up bombs for 16 years before being caught.
He might be frozen solid under a snow drift up there somewhere by now.
Oh my ... didn’t see this posted .. the full text:
The LAPD is right to be scared. However, they are wrong in trying to scare everyone else. Dorner is after them...not the civilian populace.
I would like to see a comparison of allocated resources between Dorn and all the other murders that occurred in the same time period in LA.
From reading his manifesto, it sounds like they lied to protect a female cop, ruined his career, his reputation, and ultimately his life. His statements have the ring of truth. I’m not saying that what he has done is right, but I am saying that it looks like the cops are now trying to further break the law by trying to murder him to shut him up, which in the grand scheme of things is a far worse crime than the ones they’re accusing him of committing.
It’s time for the LAPD leadership to come under the supervision of the National Guard and a full blown investigation initiated.