Christopher Dorner’s Manifesto Ex-Navy/Ex-LAPD Cop Killer Facebook Disturbing Writings

Christopher Doren with Chief BrattonChristopher Dorner, the shooting suspect who allegedly went on a rampage shooting three officers and killing one Thursday, wrote an online manifesto on his Facebook page detailing his violent plan.

The long and disturbing writings threaten to harm police officials and their families. It also makes references to Dorner’s former position as an LAPD officer, before he was fired in 2008.He unravels how the LAPD covered up and protects its officers when they commit crimes against civilians. He names high ranking LAPD officers and officials in precincts, offices, and jails.

“The Violence of action will be HIGH,” Dorner wrote. “I will bring unconventional and asymmetrical warfare to those in LAPD uniform whether on or off duty … You will now live the life of the prey … I have the strength and benefits of being unpredictable, unconventional, and unforgiving.”

More than 40 protection details were assigned to possible targets of Dorner. Police spokesman Cmdr. Andrew Smith said he couldn’t remember a larger manhunt by the department.

The hunt spread from California to Nevada, Arizona and Mexico, said a U.S. Marshals Service official who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to publicly comment.

READ the full story here, and the entire manifesto below.



One response to “Christopher Dorner’s Manifesto Ex-Navy/Ex-LAPD Cop Killer Facebook Disturbing Writings

  1. Good coverage of the inside look into the man. Glad you did not focus on the manhunt as the media has.

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