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Dorner -- Another Angry Fatherless Black Man With a Gun

Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 12:52 PM
"I was not cheering anything." Yes, you were. "I simply said Dorner got attention and got his manifesto read because he was someone wronged by racist police depts like many have been" And, you were wrong. Dorner got attention because he was a former LAPD, who killed the daughter of a retired Captain, her fiance, an INNOCENT Riverside police man, and a new father, who was an officer with the San Bernadino PD. His manifesto got a lot of attention because of what he said IN TOTO, including his love of left-wing causes and mouthpieces. You do NOT know that he was a victim of racism at the LAPD or that his termination was unjust. You only have his word for it. OTOH, THREE civilian witnesses testified that his partner NEVER KICKED THE
Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 12:53 PM
WHITE DISABLED MAN. He had adequate opportunities to prove his innocence and wrongful termination within the LAPD system AND THE CIVIL COURT SYSTEM AT BOTH THE TRIAL AND APPELLATE LEVELS.
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