The Chris Dorner Story Won’t Die (nor should it!)

Let me save some of you the trouble of attacking me. On this blog, I have already been called a “nutjob” and some other nasty things for the three (3) articles I wrote about the Christopher Dorner story: (here, here, and here). Please…spare me the trouble of having to read (and delete) any more nasty things. I’ve since removed the negative comments directed at me from this blog because I determined them (as is my right) to be a distraction from my point of view but more importantly from the story itself.  Some of you readers need to understand that simply because I – or anyone – can empathize with another person and their situation does not necessarily imply any form of agreement with whatever methods the empathized decides to take to resolve their particular issues. 

The Dorner story is truly one that won’t die….NOR SHOULD IT! It is laced with suspicions and many unanswered questions. It is also laced with controversy and intrigue stemming from racism (yes, I said it!) to law enforcement/police mismanagement of Dorner, the case itself and murder. (Yes, officers of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) killed innocent people, too), to a unwillingness of the LAPD to use simple sense and ethics which could have prevented or stopped the needless bloodshed and saved lives, time and resources! Yes indeed, there are many suspicious things about the Dorner case. In fact, I still harbor doubts about the “final official” report(s) given by the LAPD on this case and about Dorner’s death. Check it: If you are a historically lying and untrustworthy entity (like the LAPD), why the hell should I – or anyone – ever trust or believe anything you say?

Frankly, I hope this story never dies until every question is answered to the FULLEST satisfaction of those of us who still empathize with Dorner’s situation! That’s my opinion and I’m sticking with it!

Read what some of the suspicions are about the Dorner case at this website:

Keepin’ It…REAL!

2 thoughts on “The Chris Dorner Story Won’t Die (nor should it!)

  1. Thank you a lot for sharing this with all people you really know what you’re speaking about! Bookmarked. Kindly also discuss with my website =). We will have a link trade contract between us!

  2. I don’t support what he did, but I support his vision for justice. Just wished he would have done it in a more rational way… oh well. I suppose nice guys finish last and at least he got heard.

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