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    Cop Killing Other Cops

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/02/07...-coach-fiance/

    "In this case, we're his target," Sgt. Rudy Lopez from the Corona Police Department said at a press conference.
    Apparently this guy was fired for "making false statements" back in 2009 and is now going after those he feel wronged him. Oh and the "false statements" is that he filed a report against his trainer stating that his trainer kicked a schizophrenic suspect with severe dementia in the face. I don't support murdering people and I think now that he has started killing that the original issue is likely to get lost, I find it hard to feel overly bad for some of the victims if it is true that the trainer kicked a man in the face and then the others all worked to cover it up and get this police officer fired for doing the right thing and reporting the incident.

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    From link:




    Ex-LAPD officer following through on vow to kill police, shoots 3, killing 1, police say

    .....Los Angeles police officer suspected in the murders of a college basketball coach and her fiancé last weekend

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeN3_GDWrQ8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ca Patriot View Post
    Live by the sword die by the sword
    Couldn't wait to use that line huh? lol!!

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    This guy was in favor of gun control, eh....

    Some interesting stuff from Breitbart below:


    http://www.breitbart.com/InstaBlog/2...peaks-His-Mind

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    Cop Killing Other Cops

    Quote Originally Posted by Thickasabrick View Post
    Some interesting stuff from Breitbart below:


    http://www.breitbart.com/InstaBlog/2...peaks-His-Mind
    Cops, like our military are volunteers. No one forced him to pin a badge on and walk a beat. It is dangerous business but as a sergeant once told my academy class, that is the price of doing business. Don't want that potential price? Don't raise your right hand and swear to uphold the Constitution and the law.

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    Regardless of anything else, this is a symptom of that feeling of utter frustration and helpnessness that the system just cannot/will not deal with the problems that are right in front of our faces.

    There is no way I could ever be convinced to support this person's course of action in seeking redress, but I can and do understand the desire to wake up the rest of the world to the fact that things are just not working out like they should. He sure is not winning friends, and he is influencing the wrong people who will do the absolute wrong things in response.

    Even though I am sure it will be by killing him, I hope this episode can be stopped before too many others are injured.

    stay safe.
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    Fox News reported earlier that the cops out there in the man hunt for this ex-cop have shot three innocent bystanders who never threatened them in any way simply because they were driving pickup trucks of similar color to that of the suspects, and now they are reporting that the cops have apparently suspended the 4th amendment to do a house by house search for the suspect.

    There is a word for this, and it starts with cluster...
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    After reading that about what precipitated it (Sgt kicks detainee suspect, gets off for it and Dorner gets fired) I can't say i have any sympathy for LAPD et al. They made their bed let them lie in it. Same Gang Blue that beat Rodney King in an obviously excessive manner, managed to get off with nothing and sparked a riot that killed 56 in reponse to their manipulation of justice. Oh, and now they are shooting innocent people in the mad hunt to get vengence.

    Nope, anything bad happens to them I won't shed a tear. Same feeling I get hearing about some Nazi getting caught.

    That this cop doing the shooting was one of those same Nazi types that would look to take away and seize civilian's guns is priceless. Cannibals.

    Just imagine if there was other simultaneous uprisings in the area while they have thousands of cops out hunting for him elsewhere. This is looking a lot of the kind of chaos the liberals will spark with their draconian gun control measures designed to criminalize gun owners.
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    I searched a lot of MSM sights, and realized that their versions of the "full manifesto", cut out all of the leftist support he showed.

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    Wild Bill made a video about this - almost all of these high profile shootings are by leftists.

    Dorner, the guy that shot the guard at the Family center in DC.

    Wild Bill missed one on his video - Jared Loughner who killed the judge and shot Rep. Giffords was an Obama campaign worker, registered democrat and at the time of the shooting was reading the Communist Manifesto by Marx.

    http://rabidrepublicanblog.com/2013/...omment-page-1/

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    http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=217285

    article with various links to other news reports

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    Likely another psych ops... benefitting Feinstein and the arms infringing movement. That cops shoot innocents doesn't matter. Collateral damage of the growing paramilitary police forces to keep us safe. Freedom is for the birds only... literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keylock View Post
    Likely another psych ops... benefitting Feinstein and the arms infringing movement. That cops shoot innocents doesn't matter. Collateral damage of the growing paramilitary police forces to keep us safe. Freedom is for the birds only... literally.
    my thoughts exactly. I knew this the moment I saw Dorner's pics on tv. finally found the pic I was searching for to prove it too. while looking at both, see how many errors you can spot in Dorner's pic (relating to "photoshopping" the face into the pic). I spotted over 10 errors in under a minute, and the more I look the more I see. click thumbnail to see full sized image.

    personally, I think it was strictly to scare the public into allowing the gov to commit mass volumes of illegal searches both in homes and vehicles, with a minor implication of "guns are bad, even in the hands of a 'good guy'"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Z1P2 View Post
    Fox News reported earlier that the cops out there in the man hunt for this ex-cop have shot three innocent bystanders who never threatened them in any way simply because they were driving pickup trucks of similar color to that of the suspects, and now they are reporting that the cops have apparently suspended the 4th amendment to do a house by house search for the suspect.

    There is a word for this, and it starts with cluster...
    They were just trying to even up the score a bit. Even is even. And besides, the former cop shot at least one innocent, so its not like its taboo or anything. Just fair play, you know. And, a little collateral damage.
    I'll make you an offer: I will argue and fight for all of your rights, if you will do the same for me. That is the only way freedom can work. We have to respect all rights, all the time--and strive to win the rights of the other guy as much as for ourselves.

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    I heard the rumor that someone had recorded the police ban of the fire about the cabin after the police had requested the media to stop tweeting on the standoff. I did a very simple youtube search and it was at the top of the list. Saying the updates on twitter could risk other officers safety and possible tip him off. Now I certainly dont feel sorry for the guy at all, and it is known when a officer is sadly killed the chance of the prep making it out alive is not likely. So yet it would not surprise me that there may have been some ill wishes, possible revenge when using CS which is considered a pyrotechnic and has caused fires in the past. I have personally seen this countless times overseas when it would come into contact with dry material.

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lano...orner-manhunt-
    sheriffs-officials-ask-all-press-to-stop-tweeting-.html

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0X-Wo...layer_embedded

    Description:

    The body is a thin-walled, two piece aluminum cylinder. It contains a CS-pyrotechnic composition. There is a hole in the base of the body which is used for agent emission after functioning. Hand grenade M201A1E1 fuze is similar to the fuze, M201A1. Hand grenade fuze M201A1 is a pyrotechnic delay-igniting fuze. The body contains a primer, fire mixture, pyrotechnic delay column and ignition mixture. Assembled to the body are a striker, striker spring, safety lever and safety pin with pull ring. The split end of the safety pin has an angular spread. Safety clips are not required with these grenades.

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    CS pocket riot hand grenade M58 is burning type riot control agent grenade and may be used to simulate casualty agents during training.

    Functioning:

    Removal of the safety pin permits release of the safety lever. When the safety lever is released, it is forced away from the grenade body by a striker acting under the force of a striker spring. The striker rotates on its own axis and strikes the percussion primer. The primer initiates the first-fire mixture. The fire train, fuze delay element, ignition mixture, grenade starter mixture and filler are initiated in turn by the preceding component. The pressure sensitive tape is blown off the emission holes and CS agent is emitted for 8 to 28 seconds.

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    I'm surprised noone has commented on the pic yet lol
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    This complicates things.
    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/02/1...-dorner-siege/

    Scanner audio apparently broadcast by the Los Angeles CBS affiliate KCAL on Tuesday captured angry officers yelling to “burn this motherfucker” prior to a cabin fire that is thought to have burned the body of fugitive ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner.

    In a video recording posted to YouTube on Tuesday, the anchor pauses to let the viewer hear the mostly-inaudible scanner traffic.

    “Do it right now,” one voice says. “Fucking burn this ************!”

    “Police officers, understandably upset,” the anchor explains.

    A separate recording of scanner traffic — which has not been verified — features officers talking about going forward “with the burn.”

    “All right, Steve, we’re gonna go — we’re gonna go forward with the plan, with — with the burn,” a male voice on the recording instructs. “We want it like we talked about.”

    “Seven burners deployed and we have a fire,” the voice later adds.

    Raw Story (http://s.tt/1zJN1)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=cNk-bV40XMc
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    These threads and the news reports and the facebook reports I have seen, are a sign of how fed up people are getting. When people ( I am not one of them) are cheering a madman lunatic, nut case, over the police, this has got to tell us something. Skidmark more gentlemanly (like usual) and more elegantly points out what I and others have stated and feel.



    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    Regardless of anything else, this is a symptom of that feeling of utter frustration and helpnessness that the system just cannot/will not deal with the problems that are right in front of our faces.

    There is no way I could ever be convinced to support this person's course of action in seeking redress, but I can and do understand the desire to wake up the rest of the world to the fact that things are just not working out like they should. He sure is not winning friends, and he is influencing the wrong people who will do the absolute wrong things in response.

    Even though I am sure it will be by killing him, I hope this episode can be stopped before too many others are injured.

    stay safe.
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    I am not "cheering" his actions. I simply have no sympathy for the organization targeted and certain members of it as it is their actions that led to this man doing what he did. When you trap an animal into a corner and they feel that they have no way out they are either going to roll over or lash out, and this individual chose to lash out against those he felt backed him into a corner.

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    Yep, executing someone's daughter and her fiancé is being backed into a corner. Killing and wounding officers who had the virtue of wearing a LAPD badge and nothing else is being backed into a corner. Killing and wounding deputies in the manhunt is being backed into a corner.

    You can paint your war face with someone else's blood with sick satisfaction.

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    Dorner was not a cop he was a Ex-cop, a disgruntled former employee. What did he expect would happen. Odd that a ex-cop would think that the "system" would see it his way when he was "in" the system. We are only left with conjecture regarding the number of times Dorner had the opportunity to expose improprieties with the LAPD and did nothing to rectify a impropriety using the system from within the system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by motoxmann View Post
    I'm surprised noone has commented on the pic yet lol
    Uncanny...

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    Quote Originally Posted by palerider116 View Post
    Yep, executing someone's daughter and her fiancé is being backed into a corner. Killing and wounding officers who had the virtue of wearing a LAPD badge and nothing else is being backed into a corner. Killing and wounding deputies in the manhunt is being backed into a corner.

    You can paint your war face with someone else's blood with sick satisfaction.
    I said I have no sympathy for the organization. That doesn't I agree with the man's actions. That doesn't mean that I think those that he killed are the ones that backed him into a corner. Killing and wounding officers who have the badge and wear the uniform is targeting the organization (so I might feel bad for those individuals even if I don't feel bad for the LAPD). And (assuming that the allegations against the LAPD are true) one who has an organization call one a liar, fire them, and then potentially have that issue follow you for the rest of your life with little to no recourse against the offenders IS backing one into a corner on the subject. The only choices are to either accept that you have been wronged, or lash back against those people or the organization.

    Given the history of the LAPD I wouldn't be surprised if the allegations were true and I just have little sympathy (regardless if I actually agree with the actions or not) for an organization that is horrible about abusing peoples rights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motoxmann View Post
    I'm surprised noone has commented on the pic yet lol
    They look VERY similar, but I'm not about to go jumping down the conspiracy rabbit hole.

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