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(San Gabriel Valley Tribune)   "Black men [in LA] should avoid even the most banal confrontations with the police...make sure you cooperate with the police; now is not the right time to wear a hoodie," this is not a repeat from every other moment in the history of LA   (sgvtribune.com) divider line 412
    More: Followup, Christopher Dorner, black man, Big Bear, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff, Pico Rivera  
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2013-02-09 11:29:34 AM  

pyrotek85: LavenderWolf: pyrotek85: NeoBad: Let's hope, that, rather than the wheels of justice turning, that peice of crap dies painfully, scared out of his mind and that the devil is laughing at him for a long long time....

You're advocating that he shouldn't be arrested and charged for his crimes but summarily killed when found?

There's always some coontbag who makes this conclusion when someone says "I hope that bastard gets his."

No, you retard, he's not advocating for such a cutthroat system of instant death. He's hoping the guy in question attacks the authorities and gets his comeuppance at the end of a bullet's flight path.

Well it certainly sounds like it, I hope he gets caught not killed outright. Regardless of what he did they should be trying to apprehend him so he can face justice, not kill him on sight. But he might just get his wish with the way they were all too eager to open up on those civilians yesterday.


It's just really, really irritating when someone says that in reply to what is clearly an emotional cry for justice to go wrong.

I mean, when I say "I hope the cops shoot his ass." that does not mean I wish for the laws to be changed to allow the police to just execute whomever they like. Just means I wish the cops get an excuse/reason to do it.
 
2013-02-09 11:32:59 AM  

MNguy: It was probably just the back of her hand, and they're being extra careful because she's old and fragile. amiright Brony?


Yeah, that's exactly what I said, even though I pointed out anyone who's elderly with a gunshot wound will get an ICU bed.

images.encyclopediadramatica.se
 
2013-02-09 11:35:23 AM  

dinch: I read his manifesto. He had some pretty salient points. Then he started talking about Tebow.


Sigh. So because he is an independent thinker and doesn't follow the Fark Lib/"Prog" agenda down to every single niggling detailed point, you're discounting his statements?

Seriously, do you have any idea how stupid and ant-like that makes you look? Apparently not.

You should study some of the serious authors and thinkers in the field, such as Felix the Cat.

/first couple of lines from an old Felix the Cat cartoon song:
//to the tune of "This Old Man"
///Marching ants, marching ants,
///Rootin' tootin' marching ants...
 
2013-02-09 11:37:59 AM  

missiv: [www.soundstagedirect.com image 350x370]
Apply the soundtrack, and get ready for the climax.

 
2013-02-09 11:38:17 AM  

danielscissorhands: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Last item I read about this case concerned the LAPD's attempted murder of a couple of white(?) women. Have they decided to narrow their focus?

White? LAPD? Noooo.... They were Mexican!


Jackpot!!

No more newspapering!
 
2013-02-09 11:39:34 AM  
Well I'm about to get upset
From watching my TV
Checking out the news
Until my eyeballs cannot see.
I mean to say that every day
Is just another rotten mess
And when it's gonna change again
Is anybody's guess.
 
2013-02-09 11:42:24 AM  

LavenderWolf: He's hoping the guy in question attacks the authorities and gets his comeuppance at the end of a bullet's flight path.


Oh, yes, that's much better than being brought in alive and standing trial.  How silly of us to think that's a bit too much like an execution.
 
2013-02-09 11:42:31 AM  

LavenderWolf: pyrotek85: LavenderWolf: pyrotek85: NeoBad: Let's hope, that, rather than the wheels of justice turning, that peice of crap dies painfully, scared out of his mind and that the devil is laughing at him for a long long time....

You're advocating that he shouldn't be arrested and charged for his crimes but summarily killed when found?

There's always some coontbag who makes this conclusion when someone says "I hope that bastard gets his."

No, you retard, he's not advocating for such a cutthroat system of instant death. He's hoping the guy in question attacks the authorities and gets his comeuppance at the end of a bullet's flight path.

Well it certainly sounds like it, I hope he gets caught not killed outright. Regardless of what he did they should be trying to apprehend him so he can face justice, not kill him on sight. But he might just get his wish with the way they were all too eager to open up on those civilians yesterday.

It's just really, really irritating when someone says that in reply to what is clearly an emotional cry for justice to go wrong.

I mean, when I say "I hope the cops shoot his ass." that does not mean I wish for the laws to be changed to allow the police to just execute whomever they like. Just means I wish the cops get an excuse/reason to do it.


I'm sorry you feel that way, but it irritates me when people wish for justice to go wrong. I'm not the least bit happy about what he did (and I have little doubt that he did it), but I don't think it's healthy to think this way. I know it's just a few people letting their emotions talk on the internet, but what happens when that becomes reality? It sounds like the LAPD is already there, with their reckless behavior yesterday. They need to cool down or more innocents are going to get hurt.
 
2013-02-09 11:42:49 AM  
BronyMedic:

Yeah, that's exactly what I said, even though I pointed out anyone who's elderly with a gunshot wound will get an ICU bed.

You're right.  I'm sure it's just a precautionary measure in this case.  She should just rub some dirt on it.
 
2013-02-09 11:42:58 AM  

GUTSU: missiv: [www.soundstagedirect.com image 350x370]
Apply the soundtrack, and get ready for the climax.


i.imgur.com
 
2013-02-09 11:43:50 AM  

BronyMedic: Madbassist1: Shut up, bootlicker.

Awww. Someone's still mad.

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 342x456]

Nice to see in addition to being a lulzcow who has cried for weeks because he got a two day time out, you're also one of the Dorner hero worshippers who think that it's perfectly okay to murder innocent people who had nothing to do with what happened to him.



No, you just annoy me, cocksucker. You fantasize about being an LEO and it shows. You are a small, petty man.
 
2013-02-09 11:46:22 AM  

BronyMedic: RDixon: The man openly declared war on the LAPD, and, so far is winning.

So that's why he killed an innocent woman who's only crime was being a cop's daughter, and a lawyer/coach who was only loosely connected with his case, right?

Some hero.


He kills an innocent woman, we put THREE innocent women in the hospital.
That's the LAPD way!
 
2013-02-09 11:47:15 AM  

Karac: BronyMedic: RDixon: The man openly declared war on the LAPD, and, so far is winning.

So that's why he killed an innocent woman who's only crime was being a cop's daughter, and a lawyer/coach who was only loosely connected with his case, right?

Some hero.

He kills an innocent woman, we put THREE innocent women in the hospital.
That's the LAPD way!


He wont address that. That's hard.
 
2013-02-09 11:48:01 AM  
Get ready to see this happen more frequently.
 
2013-02-09 11:48:02 AM  
My Prediction?

filmchatter.files.wordpress.com

It's like 15 degrees in Big Bear.  This guy lost his ID in San Diego.  He fouled the propeller on his get-away boat.  Then the police almost had him at a stop.  Then, another drive-by murder of opportunity, then Big Bear.  John Rambo he is not.

Could be wrong, but I'd bet he's a popsicle by now.
 
2013-02-09 11:49:46 AM  

LavenderWolf: pyrotek85: LavenderWolf: pyrotek85: NeoBad: Let's hope, that, rather than the wheels of justice turning, that peice of crap dies painfully, scared out of his mind and that the devil is laughing at him for a long long time....

You're advocating that he shouldn't be arrested and charged for his crimes but summarily killed when found?

There's always some coontbag who makes this conclusion when someone says "I hope that bastard gets his."

No, you retard, he's not advocating for such a cutthroat system of instant death. He's hoping the guy in question attacks the authorities and gets his comeuppance at the end of a bullet's flight path.

Well it certainly sounds like it, I hope he gets caught not killed outright. Regardless of what he did they should be trying to apprehend him so he can face justice, not kill him on sight. But he might just get his wish with the way they were all too eager to open up on those civilians yesterday.

It's just really, really irritating when someone says that in reply to what is clearly an emotional cry for justice to go wrong.

I mean, when I say "I hope the cops shoot his ass." that does not mean I wish for the laws to be changed to allow the police to just execute whomever they like. Just means I wish the cops get an excuse/reason to do it.


Which doesn't make it better.

We have a criminal justice system to distribute justice. We either trust in it or we don't. If we don't then we need to reform the system.

None of these options include hoping that the police can justifiably kill someone they're in pursuit of. This is especially the case since we have yet to see any facts presented that actually condemn the suspect.
 
2013-02-09 11:51:19 AM  

pyrotek85: I'm sorry you feel that way, but it irritates me when people wish for justice to go wrong. I'm not the least bit happy about what he did (and I have little doubt that he did it), but I don't think it's healthy to think this way. I know it's just a few people letting their emotions talk on the internet, but what happens when that becomes reality? It sounds like the LAPD is already there, with their reckless behavior yesterday. They need to cool down or more innocents are going to get hurt.


I hope they catch him just so the goddamn cops stop shooting people.
I'd also wager some money that he dies before trial, even if he turns himself in peacefully.  They want him dead, badly.
 
2013-02-09 11:52:08 AM  

Molavian: Get ready to see this happen more frequently.


Why? I don't think this is or will be common. He's an anomaly.
 
2013-02-09 11:54:03 AM  

tinyarena: My Prediction?

[filmchatter.files.wordpress.com image 300x200]

It's like 15 degrees in Big Bear.  This guy lost his ID in San Diego.  He fouled the propeller on his get-away boat.  Then the police almost had him at a stop.  Then, another drive-by murder of opportunity, then Big Bear.  John Rambo he is not.

Could be wrong, but I'd bet he's a popsicle by now.


This is why I kinda doubt he went off into the mountains, it's pretty hard to evade capture while trying to survive in that environment. He's probably holed up in the city somewhere, after all the LAPD is his target isn't it?
 
2013-02-09 11:55:03 AM  
Lets assume for a moment that he really was unjustly fired.murdering innocents gives him zero credibility.Another possible theory:Suppose he was in contact with the family of the guy who supposedly got kicked, and 2 weeks later he was offered a share of the settlement from a police brutality lawsuit. There is no way to prove or disprove that theory either.By murdering innocents, it makes it more likely that he was the criminal in the earlier incident. His manifesto is worthless.
 
2013-02-09 11:55:22 AM  
so far, the manifesto is an interesting read, but really, he's lamenting not catching the 2nd half of the Walking Dead season 3? He should have thought about that before staring this whole craziness. He also likes Michelle Obama's bangs...haha!

/okay, i like her bangs too
 
2013-02-09 11:55:37 AM  

tinyarena: My Prediction?



It's like 15 degrees in Big Bear.  This guy lost his ID in San Diego.  He fouled the propeller on his get-away boat.  Then the police almost had him at a stop.  Then, another drive-by murder of opportunity, then Big Bear.  John Rambo he is not.

Could be wrong, but I'd bet he's a popsicle by now.


My money is on a self-inflicted gunshot to the head. He claims he's severely depressed. I don't think he has much on the way of financial resources to support being on the lam. The gravity of his situation will catch up to him.
 
2013-02-09 11:57:04 AM  

ReverendJasen: pyrotek85: I'm sorry you feel that way, but it irritates me when people wish for justice to go wrong. I'm not the least bit happy about what he did (and I have little doubt that he did it), but I don't think it's healthy to think this way. I know it's just a few people letting their emotions talk on the internet, but what happens when that becomes reality? It sounds like the LAPD is already there, with their reckless behavior yesterday. They need to cool down or more innocents are going to get hurt.

I hope they catch him just so the goddamn cops stop shooting people.
I'd also wager some money that he dies before trial, even if he turns himself in peacefully.  They want him dead, badly.


Yeah, 'suspect hanged himself in his cell and no one was watching him'.
 
2013-02-09 12:00:41 PM  

pyrotek85: tinyarena: My Prediction?

[filmchatter.files.wordpress.com image 300x200]

It's like 15 degrees in Big Bear.  This guy lost his ID in San Diego.  He fouled the propeller on his get-away boat.  Then the police almost had him at a stop.  Then, another drive-by murder of opportunity, then Big Bear.  John Rambo he is not.

Could be wrong, but I'd bet he's a popsicle by now.

This is why I kinda doubt he went off into the mountains, it's pretty hard to evade capture while trying to survive in that environment. He's probably holed up in the city somewhere, after all the LAPD is his target isn't it?



And you may be right too.  It's just that the very little I've heard makes it seem like he's improvising.  Which is not a good thing to do in the mountains, in the winter.   A Great-Uncle of mine once did that.  They found him in the spring.  We will see.
 
2013-02-09 12:01:09 PM  

Bontesla: Another Government Employee: Theory Of Null: In all seriousness, I doubt he is hiding in the mountains. He left his identification in San Diego then set his truck on fire miles away in the mountains and before that was spotted at a motel in Orange County. All of the locations are a good distance from one another. He could of had a motorcycle in the back of that truck.

Looks like he is sending them on a wild goose chase until he pops up again or to throw them off while flees the state entirely. My guess he either is hiding out near his home, left the state or long gone as in already gave up and committed suicide

My bet is on the latter.  Body within 1/4 mile radius of the truck.

Self-inflicted wound or murder?


I'm going with self inflicted, rather than enemy inflicted.  He wouldn't give them the satisfaction.
 
2013-02-09 12:01:37 PM  

syrynxx: That guy's parting message makes it sound like LAPD are an Aryan Brotherhood front


Except that the LAPD is 55% non-white.  Whites are actually underrepresented compared to the general population of L.A. county.
 
2013-02-09 12:03:03 PM  

Bontesla: LavenderWolf: pyrotek85: LavenderWolf: pyrotek85: NeoBad: Let's hope, that, rather than the wheels of justice turning, that peice of crap dies painfully, scared out of his mind and that the devil is laughing at him for a long long time....

You're advocating that he shouldn't be arrested and charged for his crimes but summarily killed when found?

There's always some coontbag who makes this conclusion when someone says "I hope that bastard gets his."

No, you retard, he's not advocating for such a cutthroat system of instant death. He's hoping the guy in question attacks the authorities and gets his comeuppance at the end of a bullet's flight path.

Well it certainly sounds like it, I hope he gets caught not killed outright. Regardless of what he did they should be trying to apprehend him so he can face justice, not kill him on sight. But he might just get his wish with the way they were all too eager to open up on those civilians yesterday.

It's just really, really irritating when someone says that in reply to what is clearly an emotional cry for justice to go wrong.

I mean, when I say "I hope the cops shoot his ass." that does not mean I wish for the laws to be changed to allow the police to just execute whomever they like. Just means I wish the cops get an excuse/reason to do it.

Which doesn't make it better.

We have a criminal justice system to distribute justice. We either trust in it or we don't. If we don't then we need to reform the system.

None of these options include hoping that the police can justifiably kill someone they're in pursuit of. This is especially the case since we have yet to see any facts presented that actually condemn the suspect.


Given the way the cops reacted to the newspaper women, it is obvious they intend to execute the guy.

Judging by comments here and elsewhere, there will be no need for them to justify their use of force. LAPD will continue to be corrupt and nothing will change.

Unfortunate and sad.
 
2013-02-09 12:03:38 PM  

Theaetetus: BronyMedic: The question that anyone, even pro-Law Enforcement, should be asking is "Why the fark did you think it was acceptable to open up on a vehicle without even identifying a threat?" The actions of that officer involved are inexcusable, and reek of panic and anger.

Two months from now: A police investigatory panel have investigated and determined that there was no fault by the officer. He's been commended and received a "good for you" bonus and medal.



That's exactly how it's going to go down for the police detail who shot up the little old ladies delivering paper, and for the cops who rammed that white dude in Torrance. Business as usual... just like Dorner painfully detailed multiple times in his last letter to the world.

Brony's right about who needs to oversee the investigation.  It'll never happen.  Can California put one of its famous referendums to the vote on this, though?  Special vote and all?
 
2013-02-09 12:04:15 PM  

tinyarena: pyrotek85: tinyarena: My Prediction?

[filmchatter.files.wordpress.com image 300x200]

It's like 15 degrees in Big Bear.  This guy lost his ID in San Diego.  He fouled the propeller on his get-away boat.  Then the police almost had him at a stop.  Then, another drive-by murder of opportunity, then Big Bear.  John Rambo he is not.

Could be wrong, but I'd bet he's a popsicle by now.

This is why I kinda doubt he went off into the mountains, it's pretty hard to evade capture while trying to survive in that environment. He's probably holed up in the city somewhere, after all the LAPD is his target isn't it?


And you may be right too.  It's just that the very little I've heard makes it seem like he's improvising.  Which is not a good thing to do in the mountains, in the winter.   A Great-Uncle of mine once did that.  They found him in the spring.  We will see.


Agreed.
 
2013-02-09 12:06:11 PM  
They will find him already dead and bury him at sea. But don't ask to see the body.
 
2013-02-09 12:06:33 PM  

AcesFull: When he murdered that mans' daughter,he declared he was playing no limit...all in.  It will be a fiery finish comparable to the SLA shootout...He will have to be shot to pieces and literally on fire before he kills himself..


IF he murdered the daughter. A casual reading of the manifesto says he did. A close reading is a bit more nuanced.
 
2013-02-09 12:09:30 PM  
Dorner should find some TV studio, some local news station, and offer an interview. The station can't resist ratings like that, and, especially if the LAPD shuts it down and/or shoots the guy, it will only make the LAPD look worse, to the point that the Feds will have almost no choice but to take some major action.
 
2013-02-09 12:12:21 PM  

Coming on a Bicycle: colonel0sanders: generallyso: Is the LAPD still shooting random civilians or has their PR department put a stop to that for a few days?

FTA:  Two Latina women in Torrance were shot by officers who thought their car looked like the one driven by Dorner. The car did not match the description.

So, what happened to those two women? Every article I read about it, says that they were shot, but no word on whether they survived.


Heard their lawyer on KFI the other day. The 78 year old grandmother was shot twice in the back. She's in "stable" condition in the hospital. Her 45 year old daughter was cut on the hand by a piece of "something" (bullet fragment, car metal, no one is sure) and is in good condition.

Mother and daughter are undoubtedly spending the convalescence time looking at Hawaiian vacation brochures and new home plans. They've basically won the lottery.
 
2013-02-09 12:13:18 PM  
Those of you that want this guy dead are seriously farked in the head.   Like any other american he deserves a trial.  But then I guess I shouldn't expect much from a population that ignores their president's published policy on using drone strikes against fellow citizens.

It's also quite disturbing that these officers that assaulted the innocent people won't be brought up on criminal charges with  mandatory maximum sentences.  A police officer should be subject to the maximum penalty whenever they break a law considering the leeway they're given in enforcing the laws.
 
2013-02-09 12:13:30 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: The Fourth Ammendment's time has come. The original framers of The Constitution had no idea that technology and society would progress to such a point of complexity and innovation. It is in society's interest to look within and root out all that may do harm to this great nation. No one needs to be secure, the authorities will provide for your protection. The only expense is a child not saved.


Fourth?
 
2013-02-09 12:16:11 PM  
Fark, where a murderous psycho gets white knighted by the usual trash.
 
2013-02-09 12:16:31 PM  
After he kills a bunch of cops I hope he's taken out by a prepper with an AR-15.
 
2013-02-09 12:19:05 PM  

ReverendJasen: pyrotek85: I'm sorry you feel that way, but it irritates me when people wish for justice to go wrong. I'm not the least bit happy about what he did (and I have little doubt that he did it), but I don't think it's healthy to think this way. I know it's just a few people letting their emotions talk on the internet, but what happens when that becomes reality? It sounds like the LAPD is already there, with their reckless behavior yesterday. They need to cool down or more innocents are going to get hurt.

I hope they catch him just so the goddamn cops stop shooting people.
I'd also wager some money that he dies before trial, even if he turns himself in peacefully.  They want him dead, badly.


The smartest thing he could do, is when he's done making a fool of the LAPD, is to get to San Diego and turn himself into Naval MP's and beg for federal protection in a federal prison.  Any podunk sherrif will be overrun by the LAPD looking for revenge, the feds though, they won't let the LAPD push them around, especially the military.
 
2013-02-09 12:20:06 PM  

Girion47: Those of you that want this guy dead are seriously farked in the head.   Like any other american he deserves a trial.  But then I guess I shouldn't expect much from a population that ignores their president's published policy on using drone strikes against fellow citizens.

It's also quite disturbing that these officers that assaulted the innocent people won't be brought up on criminal charges with  mandatory maximum sentences.  A police officer should be subject to the maximum penalty whenever they break a law considering the leeway they're given in enforcing the laws.


Didn't you hear? It's different if it's a guy you don't like it apparently.

Never mind that we shouldn't be encouraging an already corrupt police force to kill on sight. It has a way of coming back to bite us.
 
2013-02-09 12:20:25 PM  

Just Another OC Homeless Guy: AcesFull: When he murdered that mans' daughter,he declared he was playing no limit...all in.  It will be a fiery finish comparable to the SLA shootout...He will have to be shot to pieces and literally on fire before he kills himself..

IF he murdered the daughter. A casual reading of the manifesto says he did. A close reading is a bit more nuanced.


Which version of the Manifesto?  Theres the one he wrote, the one reddit users edited for fark knows what reason and the version the media has edited to make him seem even more crazy.


Personally I hope Dorner has his hands on a high yield thermonuclear device.  It's the only way to clean the corruption out of L.A.
 
2013-02-09 12:22:00 PM  
and, if they never find him...

BIG BEAR LAKE / 2025
www.peoplefirsttourism.com
"It was a night,, just like tonight, not very far from here..."
 
2013-02-09 12:22:04 PM  

kombat_unit: Fark, where a murderous psycho gets white knighted by the usual trash.


Are you referring to the LAPD officer that shot at two women?
 
2013-02-09 12:24:39 PM  

Theory Of Null: In all seriousness, I doubt he is hiding in the mountains. He left his identification in San Diego then set his truck on fire miles away in the mountains and before that was spotted at a motel in Orange County. All of the locations are a good distance from one another. He could of had a motorcycle in the back of that truck.

Looks like he is sending them on a wild goose chase until he pops up again or to throw them off while flees the state entirely. My guess he either is hiding out near his home, left the state or long gone as in already gave up and committed suicide


He's had 3-4 years to get ready for this. Safe house(s)? Check. Lots of weapons, including military ordnance? Check. Really good fake IDs? Check. List of supporters/enablers in the Black (and possibly other) community? Check.

In a previous post I questioned whether he did in fact kill the two kids in Irvine. He has NOT admitted to doing so; the manifesto seems a bit coy about that. But if he DID, then the deaths are right in line with asymmetrical warfare doctrine. Stretch, rattle and exhaust the numerically vastly larger enemy by forcing him to guard as many potential targets as possible. Force this by doing an initial civilian "example" and threatening more family deaths. The threat will be taken seriously because of the initial deaths.

If this is the scenario, I would expect him to lay low for perhaps a week, then strike again. Possibly a bomb, the next time.
 
2013-02-09 12:24:58 PM  

Hermione_Granger: Dorner was trained by America to do what America does best: Kill people.

Now we're gonna kill him - and we should.

Then, if there's an iota of sense left, they'll clean house at the LAPD.


you can't clean up the LAPD. It's like world peace. Everyone wants it but it can never be achieved. For one genuinely 'good decent' citizens will not be applying there in the first place so that alone would make it a futile endevour.
 
2013-02-09 12:25:26 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: After he kills a bunch of cops I hope he's taken out by a prepper with an AR-15.



  If Tarantino makes a movie about it,I hope he's sliced and diced by a perky Katie Couric lookalike crack ho...
 
2013-02-09 12:25:37 PM  
This whole mess makes me imagine a reverse Stalag 17 type of scenario. The POWs are the bad guys (LAPD). They have their sneaky plans and get outed by snitch Price (Dorner). They tie cans to his legs and throw him out in the yard as a distraction to carry out their dirty deeds while the snitch gets about 10lbs. of lead pumped into him.

4.bp.blogspot.com

Maybe I need to lay off the booze.
 
2013-02-09 12:27:29 PM  

Just Another OC Homeless Guy: Coming on a Bicycle: colonel0sanders: generallyso: Is the LAPD still shooting random civilians or has their PR department put a stop to that for a few days?

FTA:  Two Latina women in Torrance were shot by officers who thought their car looked like the one driven by Dorner. The car did not match the description.

So, what happened to those two women? Every article I read about it, says that they were shot, but no word on whether they survived.

Heard their lawyer on KFI the other day. The 78 year old grandmother was shot twice in the back. She's in "stable" condition in the hospital. Her 45 year old daughter was cut on the hand by a piece of "something" (bullet fragment, car metal, no one is sure) and is in good condition.

Mother and daughter are undoubtedly spending the convalescence time looking at Hawaiian vacation brochures and new home plans. They've basically won the lottery.


I wish this was true but you unfortunately know nothing of modern civil liability when it comes to Los Angeles police forces.  The days of Rodney King level of payouts are long long gone my friend.  If they are lucky they will get a bit more than just their medical bills paid off and the repairs to their car.  They ARE lucky that the incident was well publicized, because now they likely wont be going to prison.  Not kidding.  Charges will likely still be pressed against them in order to intimidate them into not pressing civil liability too hard.

Lottery?  These people are likely very farked.  You people know absolutely nothing about cops at all.  You just know what you see in the movies.  That scares the fark out of me btw.
 
2013-02-09 12:33:17 PM  
"searching for the muscular 6 foot, 270 pound black man in the snow "

Am I the only one who finds this sentence really funny?
 
2013-02-09 12:33:33 PM  

neversummer: I think this dude is prepared to hide for months. There's very little benefit in continuing these attacks in the short term. He's done enough to trigger the LAPD into a tailspin. Time is his friend now.


I think people give him too much credit. RL perp/victim/hero etc is not like Jack Bauer, MI5 or Jason Bourne. While there are certainly some planning involved here I doubt he went to the extent like what most folks give him credit for. I seriously doubt he went in fully prepared to totally go off grid and make it his life's mission to conduct extensive guerilla and asymetrical warfare against the LAPD.
 
2013-02-09 12:35:15 PM  

Warlordtrooper: BronyMedic: RDixon: The man openly declared war on the LAPD, and, so far is winning.

So that's why he killed an innocent woman who's only crime was being a cop's daughter, and a lawyer/coach who was only loosely connected with his case, right?

Some hero.

As opposes to the LAPD who is gunning down innocent civilians in their trucks

I'm actually concerned about the lack of outrage a lot of people seem to have for the fact that the LAPD is GUNNING DOWN INNOCENT CIVILIANS in cars.


For you, the day the LAPD shot up a truck full of elderly women was the most important day of your life.

But for them, it was Tuesday.
 
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