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Home - by - February 18, 2013 - 09:48 America/New_York - 20 Comments

Via a Jerry Manderin inside source. This was a memo that was directed to the source regarding Chris Dorner

Written by LAPD/SWAT Sgt

Hello all.

Woke up late after 7 hours of extended watch due to the city being on Tac-Alert.  During some down time yesterday, I also read this fool’s ramblings in total.  He’s superman, can do no wrong, and anyone who thinks he is anything less than perfect is the real problem.

The LAPD’s Use of Force policy is very restrictive.  A UOF investigation in the LAPD, no matter how minor, is unlike any UOF investigation anywhere.  It is comprehensive, as investigated by a field sergeant, and reviewed by his lieutenant.  It is then reviewed by the involved officer’s station training coordinator, then his commanding officer (captain), then it goes to Use of Force Review Section, where it passes through LAPD’s UOF subject matter experts, then has to be approved by that section’s commanding officer (captain), then it goes to Training Division for review, then the Chief of Police signs off on the adjudication of the UOF that was recommended, or not.  Then the chief’s decision is reviewed by the Police Commission.  Independent of ALL that, the Inspector General of the LAPD, a former US attorney, also independently reviews the UOF and reports any disagreements he may have to the Police Commission, who is the final say of whether the UOF was In or Out of Policy, and what will be done about the officer.

Having said all that, the FTO that the nutcase said kicked the suspect is a female white, who is a little over 5 feet in height. The nutcase was escorting that particular mentally challenged suspect when the suspect attempted to get away.  Down go both the suspect and the nutcase to the ground.  The FTO took the Taser from the nutcase’s belt and warned the suspect that he would be tased if he didn’t stop resisting.  He was tased twice and finally gave up. I have a feeling that 6 foot 2, 270 pound, nutcase thought he would be the butt of jokes from his peers at having a little female FTO save his bacon when he couldn’t handle a suspect.  Maybe that’s what caused his false allegation against her.  One of his Academy classmates works for me, and told me that the nutcase was a quitter.  During his class’ Pride Run, which is the last run a class does at the Academy before graduating, where all the instructors join the class, the nutcase couldn’t finish it and had to take a ride in the van that accompanies the class.  That is something NO ONE does.  No matter if you have to crawl, you finish your class’ Pride Run.  Also, while on probation, he jumped a classmate and grabbed him by the neck, choking him, because he was told to mind his own business when he told the classmate to not say a certain word in conversation.

This nutcase should never have been hired.

Now , he has a list of everyone who he thinks is at fault for his failure to be a police officer.  And he is going after their families.  The LAPD has protective details in over 40 locations all over Southern California where families are located.  Two of our officers at my station were out in Corona on such a detail, when they went to a 7-11 to get coffee.  A citizen walked up and told them the nutcase they were looking for was getting gas across the street.  The officers ran to their police car, and one of the officers dropped his cell phone, breaking it.  The officers drove toward the gas station and saw nutcase’s vehicle leaving toward the freeway.  Our radios don’t work outside the county and the officers were trying to communicate via phone that they had the suspect vehicle.  They entered the I-15 and drove for a short distance when nutcase exited the freeway.  As the officers drove around a curve, the nutcase had stopped his vehicle and was standing outside with a rifle.  He fired on the approaching officers disabling the police car.  Officers returned fire through their windshield and one officer was grazed in the head.  I took a while for help to arrive due to poor communication capabilities. Those officers were LUCKY.

 Twenty minutes later, nutcase is driving on a street in Riverside County and sees a Riverside PD police car going the opposite way, stopped at a red light.  Without warning, nutcase stops his vehicle and opens fire from a standing position at the FTO and rookie officers sitting in their car.  The rookie is seriously wounded and the FTO is killed.  Nutcase then goes into the mountains and torches his car, leaving two suppressed rifles in the vehicle.  And now we have hundreds of officers searching the mountains for nutcase.

He’s had a long time to plan this.  After he was fired for making false statements during the UOF, he sued the LAPD in Superior Court to get his job back.  The case was thrown out by the judge.  On appeal, the whole UOF case and all involved were deposed and testified.  The court again found in favor of the LAPD, and against nutcase.  But hey, it’s still not nutcase’s fault.  It’s everyone else’s fault.

Stay safe, all…………

» 20 Comments

  1. Claudia

    February 18th, 2013

    I can see why the left idolizes this nutcase.

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  2. BILL

    February 18th, 2013

    sounds like some “community organizer” had maybe instilled a victim mentality or sense of entitlement in dorner.

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  3. Jarhead Cracka

    February 18th, 2013

    Selwyn Duke’s column on the liberal support for this murderous bastard over at American Thinker is worth a read. You wouldn’t believe what that idiot Marc Lamont Hill says about Dorner’s actions.

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  4. norman einstein

    February 18th, 2013

    This is a great memo. Too bad everybody won’t see it.

    The nutcase sounds like a typical AA ‘victim’ who just couldn’t accept the fact that he couldn’t cut it.
    He thought he was a big tough guy but he was just a pussy.

    “This nutcase should never have been hired.”
    That is the issue that needs to be addressed. Who hired him?

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  5. Stirrin the B.S.

    February 18th, 2013

    Liberals, especially black liberals, just don’t like facts to get in the way of a false victimhood narrative. It’s never their fault.

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  6. AbigailAdams

    February 18th, 2013

    And the Left wants the King of Affirmative Action running their health care. Figures.

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  7. Left Coast Dan

    February 18th, 2013

    Oh, there’s more than one side to the story???

    Nice to see a rebuttal. The specifics here should be easily supportable, hope the public gets the opportunity to see the real story behind Dorner.

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  8. AnarchyNow

    February 18th, 2013

    Not to sound like a Dorner supporter, but I would like to see the supporting documents that go with this memo. So much junk has come out regarding this case, and there have been so many vocal supporters, as well as detractors I woud just like to see some actual evidence. It pains me to think I am becoming a conspiracy nutjob by questioning everything that comes out of the mainstream media, but I’ve certainly been burned enough by the one-sided claptrap expoused by the so called journalists.

    Of course now Dorner is dead, and isn’t able to make any statements regarding his case, and *IF* he had a just cause – I’m not advocating shooting police or their families, just *if* – how will any of us ever know. Sadly I wonder if Mr. Dorner was the modern equivilant of the “shot hear round the world” I’m certain the British Soldiers would have treated the patriots at Lexington the same way the LAPD treated Mr. Dorner.

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  9. Maudie N Mandeville

    February 18th, 2013

    The left likes Dorner bc he’s black (liberal) and he has a nice smile. Simple as that.

    @Anarchy: Ambushing innocent and unarmed people is not equivalent to the “shot heard round the world” on either side. Remember, he murdered first, then the chase. Dorner was a hate filled, grievance child of affirmative action and ‘black history’ victim indoctrination. LA deserved him.

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  10. AnarchyNow

    February 18th, 2013

    Not to be a legalistic shmuck, but Dorner was only alleged to be the shooter, in the US a person is innocent until proven guilty.

    Did he “ambush innocent and unarmed people”? All of the reports I’ve seen indicate he directed his anger at the LAPD. Further, if the police had such a solid case against him why did it take more than a week for the DA to file charges? Why are the Police spokespeople claiming the fire at the cabin was an accident, when the recording of the incident communications clearly shows it was planned from the start ( http://youtu.be/xZzIgNm7n0o )*This is a very long video the shoot out starts at approximately 25 min*

    I don’t want anyone to think that I agree with Mr. Dorner, but I think the public deserves to have some answers.

    Regarding Lexington and “the shot heard round the world” if we are forcd to fight the government for our freedom, the first melee, will be treated exactly like Mr. Dorner. The anti-gov forces will have a manifesto (whether they write it or not) they will be depicted as mentally disturbed, and they will be protrayed as a danger to peace loving innocents regardless of the facts. I would just like to see the un-biased facts of this case, it is unlikely that will ever happen though.

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  11. Dr. Tar

    February 18th, 2013

    @Anarchy You do agree that at the cabin Dorner did wound one deputy and kill another, right? If the man was a.) innocence b.) sane he would of surrendered himself without incident.

    Unlike the movies an innocent man accused of a crime should turn himself in to police willingly. Not go on the lamb for 6 days, tie up 2 women, car jack a ride, burn a car and shoot it out with the police.

    So you can give him the benefit of the doubt on the first 3 murders but he certainly did the last murder, car jacking, break in, home invasion, kidnapping etc., etc., etc.

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  12. Maudie N Mandeville

    February 18th, 2013

    @anarchy- and in that anti-governemtn manifesto called the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson stated that he felt Great Britain had been unfair, therefore, ‘he vowed to wage “unconventional and asymmetrical warfare” against law enforcement officers AND THEIR (INNOCENT) FAMILIES.’

    Really?

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  13. Death_By_Farts

    February 18th, 2013

    Dr Tar, I won’t be so gracious in my reply to Anarchy…

    The fucker was an insane cop-killer.
    HE started his rampage because he didn’t get his widdle job back and free back-pay and other compensation.

    The fucker is dead, I’m glad he’s dead, and I would have gladly pulled the trigger on his black ass had he invaded my home, multiple times to drop him like a sack of whale shit.

    The only part about the outcome of this story was that he shot himself in the head in order to feel as little pain as possible…I would have prefered multiple shots to the limbs and torso by police, and then dying 10 minutes before the ambulance arrived.

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  14. AnarchyNow

    February 18th, 2013

    So, now I remember why I stopped replying to posts here… Talking to some of you is like arguing with liberals, you have made up your mind and simply refuse to look any further. Also, I don’t remember the amount of vitrol and racism from the old core group.

    I am shamed by what this site has devolved into.

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  15. Unruly Refugee

    February 18th, 2013

    What about the women who got shot up for nothing? Why is that not in the memo? Obviously there are still some dangerous LAPD NUTJOBS still running loose. And no, I’m not sticking up for that leftist murdering muther fucker.
    LAPD is what it is. If you’ve ever had dealings with them, you know what that is. They were happy with the dead guy until he tried to rat them out. He’d still be on the force if he had just kept his mouth shut.

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  16. Death_By_Farts

    February 18th, 2013

    Total number of thumbs-up for Anarchy’s posts?

    Zero.

    Pull my finger on your way out.

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  17. Liberal Larry

    February 18th, 2013

    R.I.P Christopher Dorner.

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  18. Maudie N Mandeville

    February 18th, 2013

    @anarchy- Don’t run off. You haven’t addressed my question.

    ‘and in that anti-government manifesto called the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson stated that he felt Great Britain had been unfair, therefore, ‘he vowed to wage “unconventional and asymmetrical warfare” against law enforcement officers AND THEIR (INNOCENT) FAMILIES.’

    And their innocent families? Really?

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  19. Maudie N Mandeville

    February 18th, 2013

    @unruly: Those officers should be cut from the force; lost pension and law suit to cover all expenses and suffering. I have no doubt that in LA you have corrupt police officers as elsewhere throughout your liberal government run bureaucracy (which CA votes for and protects).

    But it has nothing to do with Dorner’s murderous retributive actions against innocent people for being a fat slob black victim obsessed loser piece of shit.

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  20. Unruly Refugee

    February 18th, 2013

    @Maudie, my point is that Dorner is the kind of violent, hot tempered trash that gets hired on at LAPD. I’ve got some stories that I won’t post, but I will say that the bulk of LAPD officers are corrupt and have some serious anger problems, and are very prone to violence. I’ve seen it happen with little kids, girls, pregnant women, and you can’t do a damn thing about it.
    They don’t fire anybody unless they are forced to do so after word gets out. And it is damn near impossible to sue them. Those who do attempt to sue them are at risk of being killed by those they are trying to sue. That was a well known fact in the neighborhood where I grew up. Dorner is not the only killer who wore that badge.

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