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(Fox 4 KC)   We called in the location of wanted killer Christopher Dorner, now how about that reward money? Yeah, about that reward money   (fox4kc.com) divider line 114
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2013-02-14 11:48:29 AM
48, 49, 50, 50.5... Sorry. We didn't recover 51% of the carcass. No money for you.

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2013-02-14 11:50:53 AM
Excellent use of the Obvious tag. The cops just can't help but be lying dickbags - even after a former cop went postal for them being lying dickbags!

/PR, how does it work?
 
2013-02-14 11:51:52 AM
Oh, they'll be allowed to collect that money. Just don't ask too many questions when they DIAF the next day...

/and their bank accounts are mysteriously emptied
 
2013-02-14 11:53:12 AM

Odd Bird: GORDON: LAPD just keeps improving their image.

Now they are murderers, liars, AND they don't honor their promises.

FTA:  LA's mayor offered the hefty sum for the "capture and conviction" of Dorner.
FTA:  The city council also offered money - $100,000, but also for his capture and conviction.

Neither are the LAPD, so pinning this specific issue directly on the PD would be a bit misguided.


Ok, I retract my statement.  The LAPD are merely liars and murderers.
 
2013-02-14 11:55:38 AM
Good luck catching the next cop killer when everyone knows your group is just a bunch of rampaging psychos AND the reward is BS.
 
2013-02-14 11:56:04 AM
So the message here is don't help the LAPD?
 
2013-02-14 11:57:49 AM

firefly212: Good luck catching the next cop killer when everyone knows your group is just a bunch of rampaging psychos AND the reward is BS.


Rewards are one of the very few effective tools utilized in real criminal apprehension.
And they threw that right out the window in a blind blood lust for Dorner.
Pathetic!
 
2013-02-14 11:58:09 AM
Austin Powers: "Dr. Evil, do you really expect them to pay?"
Dr. Evil: "No, Mr. Powers. I expect them to die."
 
2013-02-14 11:58:44 AM
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2013-02-14 12:02:03 PM
No way justifying Dorner, he was an idiot douchenozzle who managed to everybody but those from the LAPD he had a problem with. I am also one of the first to laugh at pulled out of your ass conspiracy theories. But there is no way you can tell me they diidn't roast Dorner's ass intentionally. This was personal. He was a "dead man walking" the second he made law enforcement his intended target.

He did accomplish one goal though, he did expose the LAPD and the regional law enforcement as a whole in that area as I will just say not the most professional of operations.

Even if this does expose corruption and that Dorner was blackballed for doing the right thing, his actions do nothing to clear his name. His actions show that he was never "qualified" to be an officer in the first place. He was the psycho guy with the potential of going postal. The LAPD with their corruption just provided the stimulus to unleash the potential. From what you gather from his family and hish ex-girlfriend on the news, he was in many ways a "basket case" and he was even too much of a "basket case" for the LAPD, where normally that would be an assest.
 
2013-02-14 12:04:18 PM

Pick: I wonder who is going to pay for the house the cops burned down, but didn't set fire to, so they didn't really burn it down, but it burned down any way. I am sure the owners insurance company will find a reason not to pay.


Property insurance excludes police action as a standard limitation.
 
2013-02-14 12:06:29 PM

germ78: Oh, they'll be allowed to collect that money. Just don't ask too many questions when they DIAF the next day...

/and their bank accounts are mysteriously emptied


That's not a fire they're dying in, it's an "incendiary smoke device". There's a big difference.
 
2013-02-14 12:06:45 PM

heavymetal: He did accomplish one goal though, he did expose the LAPD and the regional law enforcement as a whole in that area as I will just say not the most professional of operations.


Oh, I'm pretty sure we knew long before this happened.
 
2013-02-14 12:07:38 PM
And yet they wonder why no one trusts politicians.....
 
2013-02-14 12:10:43 PM
so now it will look like crime will pay

1,000,000 reward for turning someone in or
20 bucks cash from the quilty not to
now i know which one will pay
 
2013-02-14 12:12:19 PM

Greylight: Next time the tipster will just give themselves up as a hostage to increase the chances of the fugitive being taken alive.



At the time of the standoff, the police believed that the hostages who called 911 were inside the cabin...
 
2013-02-14 12:14:54 PM
Isn't "capture and conviction" standard language in a reward? Never really paid attention before, just seems logical to prevent multiple claims.

And aren't there still hearings and legal proceedings that are done to apply a conviction or assign a guilt status, in the event of a suspects death? Would that be able to apply?
 
2013-02-14 12:15:14 PM
I don't know why I'm bothering, but here goes:

LAPD didn't burn the cabin down. Big Bear isn't even in Los Angeles County. If you have a problem with how the standoff at the cabin was resolved, talk to the San Bernadino Sheriff's Department.

Dorner killed no LAPD officers. Zero. He assassinated two civilians, killed a cop from a different city, and killed a game warden.

If you hate LAPD, whatever. But get your facts right.
 
Xai
2013-02-14 12:19:02 PM
I hope this teaches people a lesson: The LAPD cannot be trusted.
 
2013-02-14 12:19:17 PM

BolloxReader: Pick: I wonder who is going to pay for the house the cops burned down, but didn't set fire to, so they didn't really burn it down, but it burned down any way. I am sure the owners insurance company will find a reason not to pay.

Property insurance excludes police action as a standard limitation.


I.e., if you see somebody who resembles a fugitive running towards your house, you have EVEN MORE incentive to open fire wildly, instead of waiting for the police.

You might still get in trouble for "standing your ground," but at least you won't have the house torched down around you with no recourse whatsoever.
 
2013-02-14 12:21:32 PM
The other point everyone is forgetting is it isn't LAPD's money. It's donations.

I don't know how it works, but I bet the donors had lawyers make sure the money goes back to them if the reward isn't claimed.
So LAPD has zero incentive to stiff anyone.
 
2013-02-14 12:26:34 PM

the ha ha guy: Greylight: Next time the tipster will just give themselves up as a hostage to increase the chances of the fugitive being taken alive.


At the time of the standoff, the police believed that the hostages who called 911 were inside the cabin...


No, they just wanted the media to believe it.
 
2013-02-14 12:28:11 PM

stupiddream: http://tinyurl.com/b8gc2wa

Can't a corpse be tried?


I tried a corpse once.  I wouldn't recommend it.
 
2013-02-14 12:28:57 PM

Krieghund: I don't know why I'm bothering, but here goes:

LAPD didn't burn the cabin down. Big Bear isn't even in Los Angeles County. If you have a problem with how the standoff at the cabin was resolved, talk to the San Bernadino Sheriff's Department.

Dorner killed no LAPD officers. Zero. He assassinated two civilians, killed a cop from a different city, and killed a game warden.

If you hate LAPD, whatever. But get your facts right.


There is this long process called due process before you can say that.
Get your facts right.
He has not/will not be convicted of killing any of them.
 
2013-02-14 12:31:13 PM

Krieghund: The other point everyone is forgetting is it isn't LAPD's money. It's donations.

I don't know how it works, but I bet the donors had lawyers make sure the money goes back to them if the reward isn't claimed.
So LAPD has zero incentive to stiff anyone.


You seriously believe that there were "donations"? There was never any reward money because they never intended to pay it out in the first place.
 
2013-02-14 12:31:45 PM
Never pays to be a snich.
 
2013-02-14 12:35:37 PM

keepitcherry: Krieghund: The other point everyone is forgetting is it isn't LAPD's money. It's donations.

I don't know how it works, but I bet the donors had lawyers make sure the money goes back to them if the reward isn't claimed.
So LAPD has zero incentive to stiff anyone.

You seriously believe that there were "donations"? There was never any reward money because they never intended to pay it out in the first place.


Yea, reward money just drops out of the sky when called for.
How long would it take you to raise $M?
30 minutes like ON FARKIN' TV?
 
2013-02-14 12:36:23 PM
THIS is the kind of TV Orson had in mind.
 
2013-02-14 12:36:59 PM
But, he only had radio.
 
2013-02-14 12:40:49 PM
Sheriff of Nottingham approves.
 
2013-02-14 12:42:35 PM
In other news, they still haven't paid that SEAL who shot Bin Laden the $25,000,000 bounty they had on his head.
 
2013-02-14 12:48:14 PM

MythDragon: In other news, they still haven't paid that SEAL who shot Bin Laden the $25,000,000 bounty they had on his head.


Ahemmm, that goes for the Good of the Service, TYVM.
 
2013-02-14 12:48:56 PM

Xai: I hope this teaches people a lesson: The LAPD cannot be trusted.


This is what I find so awkward.

People are accusing Dorner of being a murderer based on accusations made largely by the LAPD (among others).
 
2013-02-14 12:53:11 PM
Convenient, considering they never intended to bring him in alive anyhow.
 
2013-02-14 12:54:41 PM

Giltric: I think the people trying to collect the reward could use the 2 situations where the cops shot at 2 vehicles without trying to confrim they were Dorners vehicle or that Dorner was even in them as proof that the police did not intend on capturing Dorner and convicting him.


They don't deserve a dime, because they were greedy.  The LAPD's terms and conditions were right there on the reward offer.If you channel your inner Jane Fonder or Pole-During-Hitler-Invasion and drop a dime on someone being pursued by stormtroopers, don't pitch a biatch when the stormtroopers' antics turn on you.

/it would be a sad commentary if this was the watershed that made the pro-cop crowd turn against the LAPD
//very sad commentary
 
2013-02-14 12:54:43 PM

GORDON: LAPD just keeps improving their image.

Now they are murderers, liars, AND they don't honor their promises.


Its called government; something most Farkers seem to want more of.
 
2013-02-14 12:54:48 PM
meh, he's dead, LAPD is still a corrupt, lying, bigoted asshat organization.  If you don't think the cops are out to get you for every possible dime they can take from fines and seizures, you're living in a dream world.  The million will be lost to red tape and end up lining someone's pocket, making a very nice retirement, even if they are getting a pension, because as you know, more money is always better than less money.  The guiding principle for the jurisdictions has been thus ever since the drug war turned into a for-profit venture, with the local counties getting to keep half of everything they take.  If you think all the drugs are being burned, I'd love to come visit, because those must be some killer shrooms you are on.
 
2013-02-14 12:54:51 PM

heavymetal: No way justifying Dorner, he was an idiot douchenozzle who managed to everybody but those from the LAPD he had a problem with. I am also one of the first to laugh at pulled out of your ass conspiracy theories. But there is no way you can tell me they diidn't roast Dorner's ass intentionally. This was personal. He was a "dead man walking" the second he made law enforcement his intended target.

He did accomplish one goal though, he did expose the LAPD and the regional law enforcement as a whole in that area as I will just say not the most professional of operations.

Even if this does expose corruption and that Dorner was blackballed for doing the right thing, his actions do nothing to clear his name. His actions show that he was never "qualified" to be an officer in the first place. He was the psycho guy with the potential of going postal. The LAPD with their corruption just provided the stimulus to unleash the potential. From what you gather from his family and hish ex-girlfriend on the news, he was in many ways a "basket case" and he was even too much of a "basket case" for the LAPD, where normally that would be an assest.


That's not how the movie will play out though, so there's that.
 
2013-02-14 12:56:06 PM
Cheap ass Bastages.
 
2013-02-14 12:56:32 PM

BigNumber12: What absolute sacks of shiat. Can you guys figure out why people are so reluctant to help you, and frequently root against you? No?


Oh noes... i was expecting a big payout for helping Massa catch those runaway slaves, why didn't Massa give me an extra handful of acorns?
 
2013-02-14 12:58:31 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: acorns?


DRINK!
 
2013-02-14 01:03:09 PM

OscarTamerz: Next up a suit for breach of contract with triple punitive damages. Good luck finding 12 or even 1 citizen that is going to side with the LAPD. How do they even walk after shooting themselves in the foot so many DAMN times?


What breach of contract?  The cops said from the very beginning the tip had to lead to a conviction.

I wonder if someone could set up a graph or a chart of something, to determine what people's break points were in this fiasco:
- the information about the LAPD finding evidence of a beatdown but determining it wasn't enough of a beatdown
- the two old ladies
- the white surfer dude
- the dentist office
- the number of cops treating all 40 cops on the hit list and their immediate families as if they were the First Family and they were the Secret Service
- the twitter reports about the antics at the checkpoints
- the announcement of drones
- the scanner recordings
- the report someone tried to surrender and was pushed back into the house
- the fire all by itself

- MONEY

"I didn't get my 40 pieces of silver, NOW the cops suck"

Man, fk people.
 
2013-02-14 01:15:44 PM
Your loyalty and devotion to the empire are your rewards, citizen.
 
2013-02-14 01:23:00 PM

Krieghund: The other point everyone is forgetting is it isn't LAPD's money. It's donations.

I don't know how it works, but I bet the donors had lawyers make sure the money goes back to them if the reward isn't claimed.
So LAPD has zero incentive to stiff anyone.



Police union(s) did in fact donate... much like you said get your facts straight
 
2013-02-14 01:27:54 PM
Those cops have NO shame.
 
2013-02-14 01:38:06 PM
Satanic_Hamster: That's just a reporter speculating.  Any statements from the LAPD or City that supports this?

Thing is, if they do this "too often," they'll have trouble getting cooperation in the future.


Anyone?  This seems like another one of those baiting stories with absolutely no underlying story.
 
2013-02-14 01:46:13 PM
California is a bankrupt state!  They spent the last of their money on Albert Pujols.

Anyone who gave tips regarding Dorner are complete and total idiots.

This shady maneuver by LAPD is just a neon sign for the world's criminals that says "Come to LA!  Commit crimes here!  The people won't cooperate with police and you'll get away with it!"
 
2013-02-14 02:05:41 PM
It's not just the LAPD.  A few years ago a cop was shot dead in Paterson, NJ after he interrupted an armed robbery at a fried chicken place.   Cops offered a $10K reward for info about the shooter.  Shooter's homeboy immediately dropped a dime on him.  Cops picked up the shooter soon after.   The snitch......helpful citizen showed up at police HQ looking for his $10K.  Cops ran the informant's DL and found he had warrants for unpaid traffic fines and through him in jail.
 
2013-02-14 02:21:22 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: Giltric: I think the people trying to collect the reward could use the 2 situations where the cops shot at 2 vehicles without trying to confrim they were Dorners vehicle or that Dorner was even in them as proof that the police did not intend on capturing Dorner and convicting him.

They don't deserve a dime, because they were greedy.  The LAPD's terms and conditions were right there on the reward offer.If you channel your inner Jane Fonder or Pole-During-Hitler-Invasion and drop a dime on someone being pursued by stormtroopers, don't pitch a biatch when the stormtroopers' antics turn on you.

/it would be a sad commentary if this was the watershed that made the pro-cop crowd turn against the LAPD
//very sad commentary



Citizen: Okay, I turned him in, do I get my reward?
Cop: Don't vurry. You vill get everyting that'z coming to you.
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Cop: You vill get ze reward a traitor deserves.
 
2013-02-14 02:32:01 PM
I am sure this will work out for LA. After all, they really don't want tips anymore right?
 
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