Chris Dorner Dead: Killed By Police Sniper After Shootout — Report

Tue, February 12, 2013 10:32pm EST by 42 Comments
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Tony Bogart

Posted at 12:38 PM on February 13, 2013  

Stop it.He got shot by a sniper..Where u get off telling that outlandish Lie to the public.The police said they heard a single shot from inside.Obviosly he killed himself,Not the police.Quit trying to take credit,or glory.

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Aw

Posted at 12:19 PM on February 13, 2013  

Fact check your article, please

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SickarioMx

Posted at 12:10 PM on February 13, 2013  

Im glad he stood up to the currupt but i dont aprove of the killing of those 2 inocent civilians and he didnt “murdered” those cops he acted in self defense as any of you would react if anybody was out to get you, yes its sad that some of the cops had family but they had a choice and they chose to stand up to chris and chris unfortunatly killed them

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rick

Posted at 12:03 PM on February 13, 2013  

TWhat I wish to know is who is the creep that beat up that man that the report was made on because in all it was mainly his fault for not doing his job right..stupid pigs always messing things up…smdh!!! -_-

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Jodi

Posted at 11:00 AM on February 13, 2013  

To everyone who was involved in Dorner’s termination from the police force, a reminder that Karma is around the corner.

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Jose

Posted at 10:29 AM on February 13, 2013  

LAPD is a lie. chris was the victim.

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Dan

Posted at 10:21 AM on February 13, 2013  

Chris Dorner is a victim, too. He served his country in the Navy and Reserves. He began to serve his community as a police officer. He tried to serve justice for what he felt was police brutality. This man should have never been terminated from his job for reporting abuse of power. If he was not a probationary officer, his punishment would never have been termination. They simply got rid of him because he was a threat to corruption.
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I propose the Dorner Act: No officer of the law shall be punished to the extent of termination for filing grievance against another officer or branch of law during their probationary period. No officer of the law or branch of law shall be punished upon a grievance filed against them by another officer while said probationary officer is serving their probationary period. Grievances filed by probationary officers shall only remain on record of those accused and no further action shall be considered, unless the following conditions are met:

a) a senior, non-probationary officer, or two officers of any term, files a grievance or same or similar grievance of same date and/or time
b) a second grievance, of same or similar detail, has been filed for a separate issue of different date and/or time
c) grievance can be corroborated by other witnesses

While a first-grievance filed by a probationary officer does not carry punishment, the officer of the law or branch of the law found guilty shall be punished times two (x2), if found guilty, upon meeting conditions b) a second grievance, of same or similar detail, has been filed for a separate issue of different date and/or time
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In short, if you’re a probie, you can file a proper complaint without losing your job. If you’re accused by a probie, your misconduct, or said misconduct is recorded, but carries no punishment. If you have been accused by two officers or witnesses, or are accused and found guilty for second grievance, the first complaint becomes recognized as guilty and your punishment carries the weight of two counts.

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johnfranklyn

Posted at 9:41 AM on February 13, 2013  

Hmmm I wonder if Obama`s gun control act would of helped people

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Cg

Posted at 8:22 AM on February 13, 2013  

Im so sick of our justice system f****ing people over when that are doing trying to do the rite thing christopher dorner tried to do the right thing by reporting that b**** that beat up that guy,and got branded as the bad guy while that sad excuse of a human being women was made to look like the victim, i dont think its right what he did in killing those people, it wasnt the right way to go.but if the LAPD would have done the right thing none of this would of happend!!! The justice system should be fare with everyone not just the people they think is convenient. To cover up for!!!!

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frank

Posted at 9:17 AM on February 13, 2013  

learn to spell if you’d like anyone to give your opinion ANY credence

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Joanie

Posted at 5:15 AM on February 13, 2013  

What a bunch of losers. There are plenty of good people to look up to besides a murderer. A weak man who blamed all his woe on others. The only people who deserve any symptathy is the family’s of the murderered officers and the daughter and fiancee. I’m glad he’s dead. It would not bother me in the least to hear he was alive and burned to death. One can only wonder would you feel the same way if your family or friends were murdered because of perceived injustice. Let’s not forget his ex-girlfriend(s) and friends said he was a paranoid nutcase and he didn’t really do well in the Navy. Check out his service medals but no awards….just saying. Thank God he’s gone. I do feel sorry for his mom because we love our children unconditionally.

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Nine

Posted at 8:57 AM on February 13, 2013  

Really? And what if your handicapped son was getting kicked in the head by these cops?
All involved are thugs and terrorists.
We are still slaves.

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Karen

Posted at 6:46 AM on February 15, 2013  

Your calling people losers and your glad someone is dead, not to mention you don’t care if he burned alive and saying Thank God he’s gone. Are Service Medals less meaningful than Awards? And lets not forget you feel sorry for his mom too. What a wonderful caring person you are. Lets hope if you have been blessed by children, you don’t raise them up being just like you, or at least until you get some professional help. Nobody is a winner here. Families have lost love ones and have been going through alot of pain and anguish throughout this ordeal. Could we just all say a prayer for them, sorry would the people who would like to say a prayer for the families-please do.

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mage

Posted at 4:53 AM on February 13, 2013  

jargon bullsht to fill article quota. find a new day job.

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Dell

Posted at 4:49 AM on February 13, 2013  

I have to agree with some of the other posts, NO sniper took that guy out. Even SWAT was cowardly scared to get close. If a so called sniper had taken him out, why not confirm the kill and call the manhunt off?? Just saying…. Don’t believe the crap you read from the media. Killing people is a horrible way to get attention but, he did what he felt he had to do. Lapd is notorious for covering things up. I’ve witnessed many violations against minorities by the lapd. Lived in the area for many years..

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Jimmy

Posted at 2:58 AM on February 13, 2013  

Irresponsible news reporting as the LAPD has confirmed they haven’t even gone into the cabin and that no body has yet been found .

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taz

Posted at 1:55 AM on February 13, 2013  

True!! He was tired of all the abuse police officers imply on the citizen

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S.V.K.

Posted at 1:50 AM on February 13, 2013  

It is wrong to kill anyone! but have to say I was robbed in L.A. all my luggage and went to the Police to file a report they where horrible,they acted like they were doing me a favor to take my report. And the culver city police are very nasty to everyone. I think this man was fed up just fed up,and the department pushed him over into a dark place.

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JC

Posted at 2:05 AM on February 13, 2013  

I think the man was a murderer. This just in: murderers are bad.

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thetruth

Posted at 7:06 AM on February 13, 2013  

This is not just in LA, All over the country these overpaid bullies get away with murder. They serve their own purpose, I am glad to see they are outed and I hope the sheeple are bright enough to realize the news is ALWAYS a spin on the true story.

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Webmaster

Posted at 1:24 AM on February 13, 2013  

Dorners Manifesto – located @ PNVP.Org (The Peace & NonViolence Project), check it out and share it. Hurry!

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donna

Posted at 1:06 AM on February 13, 2013  

Do not trust anything here in this lazy and strange written article. Do you really think a sniper killed this man. I live in big bear and it was reported that a shot was heard inside the cabin signifying chris dorner took his own life. You really think dorner is going to give the glory to a cop?????

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guilty pleasures

Posted at 1:00 AM on February 13, 2013  

Why is he referred to as ‘Chris’ throughout this article? Is he a personal friend of the writer? Lazy and strange journalism. Oh, and there was NO AY lapd was going to take him alive. no way.

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VGizzy

Posted at 12:59 AM on February 13, 2013  

LAPD just said on the news that everything contained in this and other reports is 100% false. They have not even gone into the cabin to search for the body yet, and it isn’t known if he was shot or not. They should know sometime Wednesday.

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blackman

Posted at 12:18 AM on February 13, 2013  

Hes my hero

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JC

Posted at 2:07 AM on February 13, 2013  

I know what you mean. All of my heroes murder innocent people.

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abe is doing it!!

Posted at 11:34 PM on February 12, 2013  

please remember: Justice For All…………

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Jacket247

Posted at 10:42 PM on February 12, 2013  

Chocolate Rambo

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Rockin' Blackbeard

Posted at 9:47 PM on February 12, 2013  

They should call him Russ Weakarticle, ’cause that’s what this is.

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sezn

Posted at 9:29 PM on February 12, 2013  

More news at iamchristopherdorner.com, including the uncensored Manifesto.

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Jolene

Posted at 9:27 PM on February 12, 2013  

If Anderson coopers staff had read the mail, perhaps Qauan and her fiancée would not be dead, you should feel a little respnsible

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kifu42udy

Posted at 10:11 PM on February 12, 2013  

Oh Jolene. Only one person is responsible for those two young deaths and his name is Dorner. Come on. Get real.

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JC

Posted at 2:13 AM on February 13, 2013  

People died after Anderson Cooper “read his mail”. It’s not Anderson Cooper’s fault people were murdered; it’s the person murdering people. I know, that’s a tough concept to grasp.

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