Prayers for the family of LAPD cops

jeeperjohn

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As many of you know, a rogue former LA PD cop has been hunting down and killing the family of LAPD cops he had issues with. He has also killed at least one officer from Riverside. I ask those of you who pray to keep these folks and the families of LAPD officers who are being targeted in your prayers.
 

gsequoia

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Also if you drive a dark colored compact or mid size pickup try to leave it at home until this all blows over or they've confirmed he has ditched the vehicle. So far four people have been injured by police shootings driving similar vehicles in Torrance (may LAPD officers live in Torrance).
 

Vanimal

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wow, that's absolutely horrible. seems like something you'd only see in the movies. my thoughts are with them.
 

TA2Jeep

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With where he left the truck and the little confusion about direction he had I'd bet he's looking for that ravine that Radford Camp Rd runs through and is roughly aiming for Camp Sky Meadow..
 

tharlanjr

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Also if you drive a dark colored compact or mid size pickup try to leave it at home until this all blows over or they've confirmed he has ditched the vehicle. So far four people have been injured by police shootings driving similar vehicles in Torrance (may LAPD officers live in Torrance).
Thought are with any and all innocent people that may get hurt.

WTF were those cops thinking shooting into vehicles that look nothing like the perp without even trying to identify them.
 

gsequoia

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Amped up after the riverside shootings and not thinking all things through clearly. Burnt truck in Big Bear is confirmed to be his, no sign of him though. Still a manhunt with no lead.
 

88trailcrawler

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I had to travel from OC to SD today. Kinda errie, there were cop card posted up along the freeway just monitoring every several miles.

X2: how do trained officers open fire on a suspicious vehicle without knowing what's going on? How do they not consider it might be a newspaper delivery? Even if it was they guy, why did they just unload on it unless he was making a move on them? AND the one small picture I saw looked like a blue Toyota, suspect vehicle was described as a dark grey Nissan Titan with black rims and a roof rack.

There is going to be two rich newspaper delivery women very soon.
 

jeeperjohn

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What caused the accidental shooting was a vehicle looking like the suspect vehicle (in the dark) approaching the perimeter around a protected person's house with the lights off and not stopping when ordered to do so. Not saying it is right but there were circumstances that led to it. I am quite certain the officers who fired those shots are feeling terrible about it. All the best to those women who were shot.
 

Renegade XJ

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Any updates on this? Have they caught the guy yet? I can't seem to find much online right now other than what happened earlier
 

tharlanjr

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What caused the accidental shooting was a vehicle looking like the suspect vehicle (in the dark) approaching the perimeter around a protected person's house with the lights off and not stopping when ordered to do so. Not saying it is right but there were circumstances that led to it. I am quite certain the officers who fired those shots are feeling terrible about it. All the best to those women who were shot.
I'm sure they feel terrible for unloading into a truck that looks nothing like the one they were looking for.

The cops should be in jail for what they did.

1. Identify suspect
2. Determine threat
3. Try to stop with non lethal force first.
 

hawkeye 1

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I'm sure they feel terrible for unloading into a truck that looks nothing like the one they were looking for.

The cops should be in jail for what they did.

1. Identify suspect
2. Determine threat
3. Try to stop with non lethal force first.
Fail
Fail
Fail
To boot, that truck had about a hundred holes in the BACK.:looser:

Where is the sympathy for those two elderly Asian women who barely survived that attack?
 
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DrMoab

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I think a couple of elderly Asian women are going to become new owners of a city...if they survive their injuries.
 

johnnyc

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I had to travel from OC to SD today. Kinda errie, there were cop card posted up along the freeway just monitoring every several miles.
I noticed that too going north on the 5 from Irvine. Police car at every onramp. I didn't know what was going on at the time.
 

mikedashg

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As many of you know, a rogue former LA PD cop has been hunting down and killing the family of LAPD cops he had issues with. He has also killed at least one officer from Riverside. I ask those of you who pray to keep these folks and the families of LAPD officers who are being targeted in your prayers.
I will keep both the targeted officers, and the man who is a suspect of committing these acts in my prayers. He was once a LAPD officer too and a military officer.

After reading the full un-redacted "manifesto" it seems to me it was not just the officers he had issues with as you state. It's the whole LAPD/judicial system he has issues with. That he was a whistle blower who is trying be silenced and he is trying to send a message. I wouldn't agree with his actions, but it seems to be working. He's getting people's attention to what he feels was a wrong-doing on their part. I wouldn't put it out of the realm of possibility that he is right about what has transpired, regardless of what the LAPD says.

I had to travel from OC to SD today. Kinda errie, there were cop card posted up along the freeway just monitoring every several miles.

X2: how do trained officers open fire on a suspicious vehicle without knowing what's going on? How do they not consider it might be a newspaper delivery? Even if it was they guy, why did they just unload on it unless he was making a move on them? AND the one small picture I saw looked like a blue Toyota, suspect vehicle was described as a dark grey Nissan Titan with black rims and a roof rack.

There is going to be two rich newspaper delivery women very soon.
Eerie indeed. Ban guns, then invoke martial law. Worked for many countries before this one. It was never about guns, it's about control.

LAPD are in battle with a trained enemy who is out to kill them, and doesn't care if he dies. So anyone is a potential enemy, and at any time THEY (the cops) need to fire first. Shoot first, ask questions later. That's why I would guess why they did it (beyond any miscommunication or not following orders from a LEO).

Anyway, this message will be a slippery slope to an insta-lock of this thread as it's way off and topic, and not in the vein I'm sure John intended his original post. I should probably shut up now. Hopefully mods/higher ups will allow this one to go unedited and not attempt to silence it. I kept it as PC as possible, trust me.
 
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whooprunner

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All those who have been hurt are in my prayers. God Speed.

I read the manifesto and although he has a couple screws loose, he does seem to have a method to his madness. I hope he get's caught soon and also hope that all the allegations of corruption are investigated as well.

This kinda reminds me of the movie the Negotiator, except in this case, he's crossed the line.
 

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Suspected LAPD Killer Found $8,000 And Returned It To An Oklahoma Church In 2002
“'It's an integrity thing,' Chris Dorner told Enid News and Eagle. 'I didn’t work for it, so it’s not mine. And it was for the church.'”
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November 5, 2002:

Vance students turn in lost church money
By Robert Barron, Staff Writer
The Enid News and Eagle
ENID, Okla. —
The military stresses integrity. It is apparently a lesson learned well by two Vance Air Force Base students.
An Enid church is a little richer today thanks to the integrity of Lt. Andrew Baugher, a Marine student at Vance, and Ensign Chris Dorner, a Navy student pilot.
The two were driving into Enid Sunday afternoon when they spotted a bank bag in the middle of the road.
After turning around, they picked up the bag and found it contained nearly $8,000. They promptly took the bag to the Enid Police Department
The money belongs to Enid Korean Church of Grace, 724 W. Randolph, and the bag contained $7,792 in cash and checks.
"I thought it was a wallet. We turned around and found it was a bank envelope," Baugher said. "We opened it and found plenty of cash in there."
Baugher said the pair did not know if the money was lost or stolen, but took it to the police department.
"I thought it was a piece of cardboard," Dorner said. "When we passed it I thought it was a large purse and turned around."
When the two opened the envelope, they saw the checks and the church's deposit slip.
Manhunt subject names Enid ties | Ex-cop shoots 3 in L.A.
Not everyone would have returned the money, but Baugher and Dorner said "it's an integrity thing."
Both were taught honest as children, and integrity is stressed in their military training.
Baugher grew up in Ankeny, Iowa, a small town north of Des Moines, and was raised in a church.
Dorner was raised by his mother in La Palma, Calif., in Orange County. Both men learned the value of honesty as they were raised.
"It was just the right thing to do," Baugher said. "I have loan payments it could have taken care of."
Baugher said he learned the pastor of the church had placed the bag on top of his car and it fell off.
Baugher, a Marine, is a member of the Joint Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training program at Vance. He hopes to fly an F-18. Dorner, a Navy officer, hopes to fly SH-60 helicopters used for search and rescue and in special operations.
"The military stresses integrity," Dorner said. "There was a couple of thousand dollars, and if people are willing to give that to a church, it must be pretty important to them."
He said it was "a little scary" having that much money in front of him.
Dorner said his mother taught him honesty and integrity.
"I didn't work for it, so it's not mine. And it was for the church," he said. "It's not so much the integrity, but it was someone else's money. I would hope someone would do that for me."
Both students received telephone calls Sunday evening from a church member, whose name they could not understand.
One phrase they did hear was, "God bless you. Thank you."
 

jeeperjohn

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I have no doubt that most if not all of the allegations made by Mr. Dorner against the LAPD are true. That being said, he has chosen the worst possible way to draw attention to the issue. He has killed innocent people and for that he must pay the consequences. There should be an extensive investigation into the allegations he has made but I wish he had chosen a better way to bring the issue to the forefront. May your judgement be swift and merciless Mr. Dorner.
 

MrAnderson

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Agreed!

I mean okay, racist cops in the lapd? Say it isn't soo! But, then shoot the dickheads that deserve it, I'm absolutely positive that at least one deserves to eat a bullet. Not their family's though. Good idea, epically bad plan.
 
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