Skip to comments.Occupy LA Claims Dorner ‘Assassinated For Trying To Expose LAPD Corruption’
Posted on 02/14/2013 3:20:07 PM PST by BenLurkin
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) The Los Angeles chapter of a nationwide anti-Wall Street social movement has taken to social media in support of quadruple homicide suspect Christopher Dorner.
The Facebook page for Occupy Los Angeles several photos in support of Dorner after a manhunt that ended in a dramatic standoff at a cabin near Big Bear Lake.
Dorners California drivers license was found near human remains that police believe to be Dorner.
Occupy L.A. posted a now-familiar photo of Dorner in military fatigues with the caption, Rest In Power Chris Dorner: Assassinated by the Police for Trying to Expose LAPD Corruption.
Another photo has a picture of a burning cabin that reads, Due Process: You Have the Right to Burn Alive.
Perhaps the most controversial photo on the Occupy page is from hacker group Anonymous with the word #OPDRONER ostensibly named for its semblance to Dorner which corresponds to a recent YouTube video entitled Anonymous: Operation Dorner | #OpDroner calling for supporters to raise arms against the police.
Do not misinterpret us, for we do not condone the vicious acts that Dorner has allegedly partaken in, the videos narrator states. Instead, we sympathize and resonate with his struggle. Dorner was not born a killer; he was a law-abiding citizen that was tainted by the corrupting and inhumane practices of the Los Angeles Police Department who serve only themselves.
We, however, do not accept this fate, and call upon our brothers to raise arms against the LAPD for justice.
The activist group on Sunday called on supporters to take back the LAPD and demand the resignation of LAPD command staff in the hopes that Dorner would probably turn himself in if he committed the crime.
Although San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon announced this week that the body inside the cabin has not yet been identified as Dorner, McMahon has said, We believe that this investigation is over at this point.
Tyler Izen, president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL), issued a statement expressing condolences for the loss of victims Monica Quan, USC Public Safety Officer Keith Lawrence, Riverside Police Officer Michael Crain, and San Bernardino County Sheriffs Deputy Jeremiah MacKay.
Dorners senseless murder of completely innocent people makes it clear that his deranged behavior was not the result of supposed ill treatment by the LAPD, concussions sustained playing football, attempts to reveal the truth, or any other excuse he offered in his written ramblings, Izen said. Murder is never justified. Only a homicidal narcissist would think so.
As the families of those he murdered grieve their loss, we will mourn with them and support them the true victims in this tragic saga.
The 33-year-old former LAPD officer had been accused in the Feb. 3 revenge murders of Quan, 28, and her 27-year-old fiancé Lawrence, in Irvine.
He was also wanted in the ambush murder of Riverside police officer Michael Crain, who was shot to death in his patrol car on Feb. 7. Crains partner was also critically injured in the ambush, but is expected to make a full recovery.
Dorners fourth and final murder victim, a San Bernardino County Sheriffs deputy identified as 35-year-old Jeremiah McKay, was killed during Tuesdays standoff.
And just there is no misunderstanding what Occupy is calling a hero:
Dorners Ex-Girlfriend Says He Was Mentally Disturbed, Twisted
\ORANGE (AP) Court documents show an ex-girlfriend of a former Los Angeles police officer suspected of three murders called him severely emotionally and mentally disturbed after the two split seven years ago.
Documents obtained by The Associated Press on Friday show ex-officer Christopher Dorner unsuccessfully requested a restraining order against his ex-girlfriend, Ariana Williams, in 2006 after he claimed she posted his badge number on a website called Dontdatehimgirl.com and harassed him.
The LAPD had nothing to do with the execution of the Dark Knight.
The cold blooded murdering scumbag Dorner got the due process he chose. He could have thrown down his weapons and surrendered for the court type due process but being the coward he was he chose not to.
The Occupy scumbags will never go away, they'll just eventually be known under another name, leftist commies will always be among us.
Too bad Dorner didn’t have a few Occutards in the cabin with him.
Flame away! (pun intended)
i don’t know all the details but my gut tells me the pd were not going to let him be taken alive.
waiting for the president to declare “the police acted stupidly”
I didn’t think they would either, if only because dead men tell no tales.
The ONLY reason I would’ve preferred he be taken alive would’ve been for the TV trial spectacle. The dirty laundry aired would’ve been interesting.
Nancy Grace (on HLN...Human Lost Network) would’ve had something to do for the next 2 years.
... While mooching off of the communities they are protesting, They hang around and garner needed acceptance of each other that they don't receive from the real world. They seek it in a community of people where they don't appear to be quite as lazy, crazy or insane while hanging out with their piers, and shunning the society that they blame for all of their woes.
..... They get the fawning respect of the President and his administration who now run what is left of the waning free world. They are just a few of Obama's Minions.
.... Who are Obama's Minions? .... They are Legion .... They are many.
I mean, really?
An FB post from some guy living in his parent's basement and dressed like Sailor Moon is like what now, the Warren Commission Report?
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