(02-13-2013, 05:09 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:(02-13-2013, 05:06 PM)オタマジャクシ Wrote:(02-13-2013, 03:55 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote: A shot was heard just before the cabin became engulfed in fire, and today they have found human remains which they believe to be Dorner's.
Anyone that rooted for this guy needs their head examined because he killed innocent people, not the individual(s) that he believed did him wrong.
He thought Charlie Sheen was awesome; that right there is the evidence that he lost his mind.
Let's see. "In 2002, Dorner and a classmate found a bag belonging to Enid Korean Church of Grace in Enid, Oklahoma. They turned it in to the police. When asked their motive, Dorner said "it's an integrity thing."...
Dorner was terminated on September 4, 2008, for filing a report concerning the conduct of fellow police officer, Teresa Evans (now a sergeant), for excessive force, which the police claim is false. Dorner accused Officer Evans of kicking suspect Christopher Gettler in the face while he was handcuffed and lying on the ground. An internal review board claimed that Dorner had falsified his report despite the corroborating statements of Gettler's father"
The people jumping on Donner are contemptible.
An honest man of integrity reported abuse of force. He was fired for cause, the bad egg was promoted. It is pretty clear what happened.
The psychological stress of being punished for being good, and the stress and deprivation the firing caused him, was not kind to his mental state.
The LAPD needs to do some soul searching.
There is no doubt all policing and military systems need overhauling, but that doesn't mean that he was not mentally disturbed and blaming all his failings on others; problems in the military, problems in the police force, problems in marriage...you get my point.
Here is his unredacted manifesto:
I have read it. Please do likewise.
It bears no resemblance to the Unibomber manifesto or the ravings of any multiple murderer who published a similar document.
I suspect of the circumstances of his crimes are somewhat different than alleged.
The guilty should be held to account.