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(Fox News)   Authorities announce $1,000,000 bounty for Christopher Dorner. This will end well   (foxnews.com) divider line 499
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2013-02-10 10:33:26 PM  
ONLY A MILLION BUCKS???!!!!!  farkING SERIOUSLY??!???!!!!!


Who the hell does a one have to kill? Now, 30 million is ridiculous. Let's be honest here. There needs to be a bar to measure at and even OBL didn't get that much.  But a million is just insulting. Especially after the IRS gets its cut. Just to show some respect, they should have at least offered 5. 10 would have been a nice gesture.

/be careful what you wish for libs - it might come true
//HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! ! !!!!
 
2013-02-10 10:34:08 PM  
Quentin Tarantino tapped to direct "Million Dollar N*****" starring Mario van Peebles
 
2013-02-10 10:34:57 PM  
geek-news.mtv.com
 
2013-02-10 10:35:37 PM  

brandent: SilentStrider: I've seen this movie. It ends with Colin Farrell and Jeremy Renner fighting it out by train tracks.

No no it ends with Clint Eastwood driving a bus up to the steps of city hall.


No, it ends with Arnold flying s jet into the corporate office building of the TV studio
 
2013-02-10 10:36:37 PM  
Through it all I am still most amazed that police can identify a severely burned out truck, but had issues on multiple occasions identifying undamaged trucks.

Also the statement that still irks me through this all:
"'I do this not to appease a murderer.  I do it to reassure the public that their police department is transparent and fair in all things we do," the chief said in a statement.'

1.  He is not a murderer yet.  Ok well he is (my opinion) but not official yet and it is bad form for any public official to publicly state otherwise prior to a trial.
2.  The police department should not be reviewing the prior case for the public's sake they should be reviewing the prior case FOR THEIR OWN SAKE.
3.  "Fair in all things we do." Yes yes they are.  Such as naming an man, who to this point has been convicted of nothing, a murderer.


The outcome I hope that arises from all of this is Dorner turns himself in some place far from LA and is able to convince someone that there is zero chance of him receiving a fair trial in LA.  That he has some really really farking good lawyer more interested in prestige than money on his side and that at the end of everything he goes to prison and a crap ton of LA cops get fired/end up in prison as a result of it.

I personally disagree with how Dorner has proceeded with things, but I have found the police reaction in Southern California through the course of these events (as well as at a lot of prior events) abhorrent.  I find it ridiculous that not once but twice police have shot up vehicles that not only do not match the description of Dorners truck, but the occupants were no where near Dorner's description, and the end result of all of that will be no major reprimands for the police.  All of those officers SHOULD BE facing charges of attempted murder, because that is what they actually did.  And to anyone that defends the cops for those actions, go fark yourself, police even more so than other gun users should follow one of the primary rules of using firearms CLEARLY IDENTIFY YOUR TARGET BEFORE YOU PULL THE TRIGGER.  If you do not know what you are shooting at then you should not be shooting in the first place.

I don't dislike all police, just those that are doing the exact opposite of their stated jobs.
 
2013-02-10 10:36:44 PM  
Look, I don't want him killing anyone else. But the Justice Department needs to look into all of his allegations. Having the LAPD re-open the investigation is not going to yield anything new or different.

I hope they catch the guy alive, but I sure wouldn't bet my lunch money on it. Those cops are out for blood.

thisdistractedglobe.com
 
2013-02-10 10:37:05 PM  
I can't wait for him to hole up in a Bass Pro Shops, demanding that the chief come to talk him down.
 
2013-02-10 10:37:08 PM  

Kumana Wanalaia: DoomPaul: "Police officers associations and law enforcement departments in Long Beach, San Diego, Irvine and Riverside are among the donors to the reward. The list also includes USC President Max Nikias, the Dodgers, AEG, the Safer CA Foundation, the Orange County Crimestoppers and six anonymous donors.

Great, now private citizens can finance the assassination of other citizens by the police.

Hey, these are the good times. Before long, Corporations will be financing the assassination of citizens by the police.


And hiring street samurai?
 
2013-02-10 10:37:26 PM  

rvabenji: The amount of conspiracy garbage I'm reading on here I thought I was accidentally on infowars. You guys are coming as unglued as the LAPD.

They don't want him dead because he "knows too much" or because they want to cover anything up. He had five years and a six thousand word manifesto to air all his grievances  They want him dead because he killed three people and shot two other (and yes because he targeted cops and cops' families).

For those of you that are rooting for him, get your life together. He killed two people that had nothing to do with anything, they just happened to be related to someone he didn't like. For all he knew she hated her father as much as he did. And the other three cops he shot? Weren't even farking LAPD. They could have been the "small percentage" of good ones. 

This man is unhinged, a murderer and deserves to be brought to justice. LAPD obviously has some major problems but that doesn't mean cops in neighboring cities should be shot to death simply for wearing a badge.


I don't think it's mutually exclusive that he is a crazy murderer OR a guy who knows too much, I think it's both. I think he witnessed things he wasn't psychologically able to handle, when he tried to do something to stop it, they went all Thin Blue Line on him and started persecuting him, which eventually caused him to snap, and when he did so, he didn't do it in a 'good' way, he just had a mental breakdown and became violent and killed innocent people.

So, I don't think he's a saint or a martyr, but I think he did see things the LAPD does not want being made public. And if it was true that he witnessed the killing and coverup of an innocent person, I think a case could be made that it caused PTSD which contributed to his snapping and subsequent killing rampage.

Of course, such a case won't be made for the obvious reasons, but just from how the LAPD is reacting, I think there's a lot of blame to go around in this situation.
 
2013-02-10 10:37:50 PM  

clintp: doglover: Vodka Zombie: So, the cops are outsourcing their shooting of civilians now?

This should turn out wonderfully.

Any retard with a pair of balls and decent eyesight and half brain could do better than the LAPD have done so far.

What is the very, VERY most basic rule of gun saftey?
Never point it at anything you don't want to get shot.

Never point it at anyone you don't intend to kill.

FTFY.


No you didn't. You also don't point guns at things you don't want to get shot. For example, the propane tanks on your grill that's adjacent to your highly flammable house.
 
2013-02-10 10:38:35 PM  

beta_plus: ONLY A MILLION BUCKS???!!!!!  farkING SERIOUSLY??!???!!!!!


Who the hell does a one have to kill? Now, 30 million is ridiculous. Let's be honest here. There needs to be a bar to measure at and even OBL didn't get that much.  But a million is just insulting. Especially after the IRS gets its cut. Just to show some respect, they should have at least offered 5. 10 would have been a nice gesture.

/be careful what you wish for libs - it might come true
//HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! ! !!!!


I have you farkied as 'delusional republican'. Good to know I was on point with that assessment.
 
2013-02-10 10:39:03 PM  

TommyymmoT: Meanwhile, back on Ebay, $16.00
[i.ebayimg.com image 750x750]


That looks just like something Christopher Dorner would wear!
 
2013-02-10 10:39:11 PM  
Some times he sleeps.  Some times it's not for days.
 
2013-02-10 10:39:24 PM  

rvabenji: The amount of conspiracy garbage I'm reading on here I thought I was accidentally on infowars. You guys are coming as unglued as the LAPD.

They don't want him dead because he "knows too much" or because they want to cover anything up. He had five years and a six thousand word manifesto to air all his grievances  They want him dead because he killed three people and shot two other (and yes because he targeted cops and cops' families).

For those of you that are rooting for him, get your life together. He killed two people that had nothing to do with anything, they just happened to be related to someone he didn't like. For all he knew she hated her father as much as he did. And the other three cops he shot? Weren't even farking LAPD. They could have been the "small percentage" of good ones. 

This man is unhinged, a murderer and deserves to be brought to justice. LAPD obviously has some major problems but that doesn't mean cops in neighboring cities should be shot to death simply for wearing a badge.


As i have previously pointed out in other threads those are ALLEGED crimes. The only ones they know for sure are the attack on the four cops since they actually had witnesses for those. So technically he can only be called a murderer of one and an ATTEMPTED murderer of three more. Just slightly worse then the area  Police.
/just saying.
 
2013-02-10 10:40:04 PM  

Sofakinbd: Popcorn Johnny: What I want to know is if they're going to start a trend of offering a million dollar reward for somebody on the run after killing a civilian?

If that is your criteria for the trend then Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber) set this bar a long time back. He did have a $1,000,000 reward after killing random civilians. Coincidentally both Kaczynski and Dorner have 3 civilian kills each.

skcentral.com
-Sofa


Although it did take 15 years for the Unabomber reward to be posted.   The LAPD certainly were quick on the draw (in more ways than one) to offer the same type of reward on someone who appears not to be a threat to anyone but 40 specific people and police officers.

It's only because of the poor marksmanship of the LAPD that the death tally isn't currently 3 on both sides.
 
2013-02-10 10:40:09 PM  
So, uh, are they looking for a cop-killer or Bane?
 
2013-02-10 10:40:21 PM  

Theaetetus: So, I was wondering out loud, "why did Dorner bother setting his truck on fire... it's not like he was concerned about fingerprints..." and my wife pointed out that he heard about the shooting of the two women and the surfer:

Timeline:
Feb. 7: At 5:30 a.m. Officers from the Los Angeles and Torrance police departments each shoot at two pickup trucks they each mistakenly believe is Dorner's, after hearing over their radios that he may be coming their way. Two women are injured in the first shooting.
Feb. 7: About 8:30 a.m., Dorner's burned out truck was found in the area of Forest Road 2N10 and Club View in Big Bear Lake. About 2:30 p.m., deputies were able to confirm the vehicle belonged to Christopher Dorner.

In other words, (i) Dorner has a police scanner, and (ii) he doesn't want innocent people shot.


...Oh, god, that would be so horrible. I mean, damn. The guy is batshiat, but he's trying to do the right thing, and to suddenly realize he's farked up like that...

/Really hope the dude just comes to his senses, goes to an FBI office in another city, and turns himself the hell in.
 
2013-02-10 10:40:51 PM  

SithLord: [www.weblo.com image 600x600]

It's a job.


img.geocaching.com

No disintegrations.
 
2013-02-10 10:44:53 PM  

Chelsea Clinton Is Carrot Top's Lost Twin: Except that we'll never know when Dorner's truck axle broke. That's because Keystone Cops removing the truck from the scene aren't sure if the axle was already broken when they found the truck or if they broke it while removing it from the scene.


Seems like it almost has to be after it burned, doesn't it? I mean, it's a truck, not a covered wagon. When's the last time you heard of a vehicle axle breaking and stranding someone? On the other hand, after a really hot fire, I can totally see it breaking while being towed.
 
2013-02-10 10:47:17 PM  
I said this another thread and never got an answer so I'l try again.

Why is "and conviction" a condition for getting paid?

They have openly declared this is their guy.  If you lead them to him, why does what happens after make any difference on whether or not you get paid?

This sounds like yet another LAPD/government trick fark.  You tell them where he is, they go blow him all to hell and then "hey sorry, he was never convicted".

Considering the source, they'd probably turn around and arrest you for not giving him up on your own in the first place.
 
2013-02-10 10:47:19 PM  

2wolves: Shaven headed black guys all over California buy toupees.


Even better:

www.theage.com.au
 
2013-02-10 10:47:44 PM  
If younreally want to troll the LAPD, ya just need to have a few dozen folks call in the location of a large, black, on duty, LAPD officer in a cruiser and say you're positive it's Dorner.
 
2013-02-10 10:49:30 PM  

cchris_39: I said this another thread and never got an answer so I'l try again.

Why is "and conviction" a condition for getting paid?

They have openly declared this is their guy.  If you lead them to him, why does what happens after make any difference on whether or not you get paid?

This sounds like yet another LAPD/government trick fark.  You tell them where he is, they go blow him all to hell and then "hey sorry, he was never convicted".

Considering the source, they'd probably turn around and arrest you for not giving him up on your own in the first place.


I'm guessing the "and conviction" is there so you won't kill him.
 
2013-02-10 10:49:38 PM  

nmemkha: cowgirl toffee: GranoblasticMan: cowgirl toffee: Princess Ryans Knickers: He must have some good TITS on the LAPD for them to want him dead so badly.

Did I get it?

Cop porn thread?

/ohpleaseohpleaseohplease

Needing some hot blue on blue action. :P

Here you go:

[s8.postimage.org image 200x173]


No, that's not what I-- ugh, never mind...

i.imgur.com
 
2013-02-10 10:50:54 PM  
I have never been one of those conspiracy type people but reading some of his so-called manifesto, if any of that is true? Christ.  I do not condone any innocent people dying (if he did it - adjusting tin-foil hat) but there's just so much farked up shiat that just seems plausible.  It really does sound like a movie.  A man pushed off the edge when he was trying to do the right thing. Wowza.

LAPD looks like a bunch of schmucks. Putting out a $1,000,000 so vigilantes can get to this guy is insane.
 
2013-02-10 10:51:43 PM  

mbillips: Can you collect it if you find his frozen corpse? 'Cause that dude is dead of exposure by now. Probably died a few hours after he left his truck.


So he's a zombie and he turned after he took off on that motorcycle he'd stashed up there and he's a zombie on the beach in South America right now?
Excellent.
 
2013-02-10 10:51:45 PM  
Quote from Dune...

"They hide in their cities, in garrisons, hoping you will wear yourself out with useless raids; in other words they're immobilized - while you go where, and when, you choose"
 
2013-02-10 10:52:48 PM  

Mitrovarr: Chelsea Clinton Is Carrot Top's Lost Twin: Except that we'll never know when Dorner's truck axle broke. That's because Keystone Cops removing the truck from the scene aren't sure if the axle was already broken when they found the truck or if they broke it while removing it from the scene.

Seems like it almost has to be after it burned, doesn't it? I mean, it's a truck, not a covered wagon. When's the last time you heard of a vehicle axle breaking and stranding someone? On the other hand, after a really hot fire, I can totally see it breaking while being towed.


I'm a GM engineer so I guess I'm supposed to hate the Titan, but it isn't a truck that is all that easy to break.  The only two ways I really see it breaking prior to the fire is if there was some kind of encounter (a ramming) by LAPD that we haven't been told about or Dorner was driving the hell out of on the mountain road because he felt he was behind schedule.  It could of course also have failed when he burned it and the gas tank went up or when they yanked it out of there.

It seems like low odds he broke the axle, was stranded, and then left the survival gear behind.  Plus if it is unplanned and you really are stranded on foot, why burn the truck out and risk the fire drawing their attention?  It isn't like they have no clue who you are and purging your DNA out of the interior is ever so important.  They already have all kinds of info on him from when he did his security clearance paperwork and applied to be a cop.
 
2013-02-10 10:52:55 PM  

cowgirl toffee: cchris_39: I said this another thread and never got an answer so I'l try again.

Why is "and conviction" a condition for getting paid?

They have openly declared this is their guy.  If you lead them to him, why does what happens after make any difference on whether or not you get paid?

This sounds like yet another LAPD/government trick fark.  You tell them where he is, they go blow him all to hell and then "hey sorry, he was never convicted".

Considering the source, they'd probably turn around and arrest you for not giving him up on your own in the first place.

I'm guessing the "and conviction" is there so you won't kill him.


Which is why we really need to start doing posthumous trials more often!
 
2013-02-10 10:53:32 PM  
Saw this on an episode of Cagney and Lacey way back in the day...
 
2013-02-10 10:53:44 PM  

A. Snatchfold: beta_plus: ONLY A MILLION BUCKS???!!!!!  farkING SERIOUSLY??!???!!!!!


Who the hell does a one have to kill? Now, 30 million is ridiculous. Let's be honest here. There needs to be a bar to measure at and even OBL didn't get that much.  But a million is just insulting. Especially after the IRS gets its cut. Just to show some respect, they should have at least offered 5. 10 would have been a nice gesture.

/be careful what you wish for libs - it might come true
//HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! ! !!!!

I have you farkied as 'delusional republican'. Good to know I was on point with that assessment.


AAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!! You've been called on your hypocrisy and now you're all butthurt.  AAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWW!

/the party of peace and tolerance strikes again!
//maybe they'll kill another innocent hot asian chick who won't sleep with them!
///Asian chicks won't sleep with me either - but I don't kill them over it.
///I just split the check.  Much more legal and a lot less messy.
 
2013-02-10 10:53:48 PM  

GranoblasticMan: nmemkha: cowgirl toffee: GranoblasticMan: cowgirl toffee: Princess Ryans Knickers: ...

No, that's not what I-- ugh, never mind...


Pfffttt. Like you wasn't going to fap to that.
 
2013-02-10 10:53:59 PM  
I had to laugh at this one news report:

After the discovery of his truck Thursday afternoon, SWAT teams in camouflage started scouring the mountains:

assets.nydailynews.com


Gosh... they blend right into the snow... I can hardly see them in that picture.
 
2013-02-10 10:54:12 PM  
LAPD is out to murder this guy. Ok I get it, violent gangs like the police have to keep internal order and violence is the only thing that they understand, but it would be nice if they would leave us out of it.
 
2013-02-10 10:55:07 PM  

mialynneb: Putting out a $1,000,000 so vigilantes can get to this guy is insane.


This is not insane. THIS. IS. CAAAAALLIIIIIFFOOOOORRNNIIIIIAAAAA!!!!!

media.moddb.com
 
2013-02-10 10:55:15 PM  

Chelsea Clinton Is Carrot Top's Lost Twin: I had to laugh at this one news report:

After the discovery of his truck Thursday afternoon, SWAT teams in camouflage started scouring the mountains:

[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x463]

Gosh... they blend right into the snow... I can hardly see them in that picture.


Pretty good more on Dorner's part though.  The neighboring cops who could be manning checkpoints or supplementing LAPD manpower are now out freezing their asses off to check the hundreds of vacation homes up on Big Bear.
 
2013-02-10 10:56:05 PM  

GranoblasticMan: cowgirl toffee: cchris_39: I said this another thread and never got an answer so I'l try again.

Why is "and conviction" a condition for getting paid?

They have openly declared this is their guy.  If you lead them to him, why does what happens after make any difference on whether or not you get paid?

This sounds like yet another LAPD/government trick fark.  You tell them where he is, they go blow him all to hell and then "hey sorry, he was never convicted".

Considering the source, they'd probably turn around and arrest you for not giving him up on your own in the first place.

I'm guessing the "and conviction" is there so you won't kill him.

Which is why we really need to start doing posthumous trials more often!


He's guilty on the internet... good enough for me. :)
 
2013-02-10 10:56:20 PM  
images2.makefive.com

So this means that the general citizenry can just go around gunning down Mexicans and surfers, right?  Sweet, because I think I might have just found me some Mexican surfers! Cowabunga.
 
2013-02-10 10:58:01 PM  
Meh. Just another day    in America.

Land of the free.
Home of the jacking granny out of a bottle of shampoo at the air port.
 
2013-02-10 10:58:21 PM  

mialynneb: I have never been one of those conspiracy type people but reading some of his so-called manifesto, if any of that is true? Christ.  I do not condone any innocent people dying (if he did it - adjusting tin-foil hat) but there's just so much farked up shiat that just seems plausible.  It really does sound like a movie.  A man pushed off the edge when he was trying to do the right thing. Wowza.

LAPD looks like a bunch of schmucks. Putting out a $1,000,000 so vigilantes can get to this guy is insane.


^THIS.  I'm starting to get a feel for why people in the Depression rooted for Bonnie and Clyde.

/and I'm supposed to be the right wing nutjob around here, geez.
 
2013-02-10 10:59:50 PM  

Chelsea Clinton Is Carrot Top's Lost Twin: I had to laugh at this one news report:

After the discovery of his truck Thursday afternoon, SWAT teams in camouflage started scouring the mountains:

[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x463]

Gosh... they blend right into the snow... I can hardly see them in that picture.


There are cops in that photo? Oh, wait, I think I see them. Here's a better picture:
www.moillusions.com
 
2013-02-10 11:01:07 PM  
He has actually been hiding in plain sight on Hollywood Blvd.

laist.com
 
2013-02-10 11:01:17 PM  

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: Popcorn Johnny: What I want to know is if they're going to start a trend of offering a million dollar reward for somebody on the run after killing a civilian?

Police are civilians.


As a civilian I find that statement to be highly insulting
 
2013-02-10 11:01:20 PM  
Someone is using Jedi mind tricks on the bounty hunters...lol

i1.cpcache.com
Ironic that the image is of a White person's hand...
 
2013-02-10 11:01:30 PM  

mialynneb: LAPD looks like a bunch of schmucks. Putting out a $1,000,000 so vigilantes can get to this guy is insane.


/sigh

It's not a bounty.  It's for information leading to his arrest.
 
2013-02-10 11:02:57 PM  

ambercat: I think he witnessed things he wasn't psychologically able to handle, when he tried to do something to stop it, they went all Thin Blue Line on him and started persecuting him, which eventually caused him to snap, and when he did so, he didn't do it in a 'good' way, he just had a mental breakdown and became violent and killed innocent people.


Not exactly.
He chose to deal with his experience inside the LAPD as he was trained by the LAPD itself: with senseless violence and vindictive revenge.
It's a biatch when an authoritarian follower decides the game is rotten and blows back like this.
Call him crazy if you must, but he knows exactly what he's doing.
 
2013-02-10 11:03:03 PM  

Snarfangel: Chelsea Clinton Is Carrot Top's Lost Twin: I had to laugh at this one news report:

After the discovery of his truck Thursday afternoon, SWAT teams in camouflage started scouring the mountains:

[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x463]

Gosh... they blend right into the snow... I can hardly see them in that picture.

There are cops in that photo? Oh, wait, I think I see them. Here's a better picture:
[www.moillusions.com image 590x478]


It kinda looks like a buffalo licking Jesus' face as he's being crucified on the ground.
 
2013-02-10 11:03:23 PM  

Mitrovarr: Seems like it almost has to be after it burned, doesn't it? I mean, it's a truck, not a covered wagon. When's the last time you heard of a vehicle axle breaking and stranding someone? On the other hand, after a really hot fire, I can totally see it breaking while being towed.


Depends on how hard you push it.  Back in the Army one exercise we were on a Humvee got stuck in the mud and snapped the drivetrain.  So we got a HEMMT (one of the huge 8 wheeled trucks) to pull it out

Broke an axle on the HEMTT

Finally got a tank to haul both of them out.
 
2013-02-10 11:03:47 PM  

ha-ha-guy: Plus if it is unplanned and you really are stranded on foot, why burn the truck out and risk the fire drawing their attention? It isn't like they have no clue who you are and purging your DNA out of the interior is ever so important. They already have all kinds of info on him from when he did his security clearance paperwork and applied to be a cop.


The two most plausible theories I've seen so far, one on this thread, are that:

A) He is sufficiently paranoid and convinced of the righteousness of his cause that he believed the LAPD would plant something in his truck to discredit him, so he burned it in order to head off their discovery of a bunch of child porn and meth.
B) He is sufficiently concerned about those he views as innocent bystanders that when he heard that cops were shooting up trucks that looked like his, he wanted to make it known to the world that he wasn't driving it anymore and that they could stop doing that.

Chelsea Clinton Is Carrot Top's Lost Twin:

Gosh... they blend right into the snow... I can hardly see them in that picture.

LOL.

Not so CSB: I nearly ran over a couple of guys in BDUs near a National Guard armory the other night. It was dusk and they materialized out of thin air about a car length in front of me. All I could do was roll down the window and say "Jesus, I'm sorry, guys. Your camo worked."
 
2013-02-10 11:05:34 PM  
 
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