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Support for Dorner is Troubling

helioquois Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 12:19 AM
My thoughts are that the police are looking in the wrong area. Dorner's Manifesto is supposedly laced with jargon used by the military's Electronic Warfare (EW) where military deception is applied in order to catch the enemy unaware of our intent, and to use EW tools and techniques to determine and then undermine enemy action. My guess is that Dorner is hiding almost in plain sight. Just as self-described mountain man Claude Dallas, who in 1981 killed two game wardens in the Oregon/Nevada/Idaho border region, all indications are that Dorner is in Big Bear National Forest ski area. This is because his truck was set afire with camping gear in the region. As with Dallas, anti-government citizens hid and fed Dallas (cont.)
helioquois Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 12:27 AM
(cont.) in their home towns, while law enforcement scoured the countryside. With all of the support displayed on Facebook, my guess is that history is repeating itself, and Dorner is no where near Big Bear. He is likely hiding in those neighborhoods with folks sympathetic to his cause, willing to give him a pass for "taking it to the man" despite the fact that he is a stone cold killer, unhinged to the point of committing murder and un-remorseful as indicated by his desire to remain free. Advice to law enforcement: look to those areas where he can hide most easily--in suburban and urban areas where he can blend in with ease. You are in Big Bear because he wanted you to be there, and he is not.
Just when you thought you've seen it all with the Sandy Hook murders of a classroom full of children, America experiences another new low: A man named Christopher Dorner murders (as of this writing) three innocent people in order to air personal grievances. And his grievances are given serious attention by the national media, not to mention left-wing websites.

To better understand this, imagine the outcry if, let us say, a white student who was certain that he was denied admission to a prestigious university because of affirmative action, murdered a university official and the daughter of the dean of admissions and...