Skip to comments.White Partner of Christopher Dorner Accuses LAPD of Racial Discrimination
Posted on 10/14/2015 12:21:37 PM PDT by nickcarraway
PD Sgt. Terie Evans' life has, for nearly a decade, been interlinked with that of a man who became a notorious killer.
Evans had been accused by her then-partner on the force, Christopher Dorner, of kicking a mentally ill man. When that claim was found to be untrue, the department stripped Dorner of his badge.
His subsequent rage led to a homicidal rampage across Southern California in 2013 that Evans helped to end by identifying him to authorities.
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In the standoff that followed an extensive manhunt, Dorner shot himself and died.
Now, two years after the rampage, Evans, who is white, has sued the LAPD, alleging that her supervisors retaliated and discriminated against her because of the racial connotations in the accusations by Dorner, who was black.
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Man, that Dorner case sure got thrown in the memory hole.
NO ONE is giving his case.the prolonged analysis as at Columbine, Charleston, Oregon.
No reflection, juuuust eery silence.
RIGHT down the memory hole, like something from Orwell.
You know at what point are we going to hold politicians and race baiter’s like Sharpton and Jackassson responsible for brainwashing people to think everything is racism.
Dorner thought he was discriminated against? Well of course he did as well as most blacks after all that is what they have been taught. Anyone in the real world knows thats BS.
It is time people to rid ourselves of the elitist ruling class and there enablers.
I type "Ted Bundy" into Google, and find that there was a New Yorker article concerning him published just four days ago.
Most recent Google entry on Christopher Dorner: 14 November 2014.
Two women in a blue pickup, who were delivering copies of the Los Angeles Times, came under fire by Los Angeles Police Department officers on Thursday morning in what Police Chief Charlie Beck has described as a case of mistaken identity.
For a lot of us it hasn’t.
Yep....shutdown this story fast.
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