Amazing, a bounty of 1,000,000 dollars. Christopher Dorner yes was a murder,being fair, people continuously follow the rules and are mistreated by their employers, regardless of who they are. In this case due to the corruptness of a system he possibly begged for help and nothing has ever been done. This man was fired in 2008 and he felt his firing was unjustifiable, you have a person in law enforcement that now states, we will investigate this case five years later, after they put a bounty on his head for 1,000,000 dollars. LAPD & it’s sister LASD has been known for unfairness in its history. California law enforcement now publicly had to deal with Christopher Dorner’s hit list of people who were his peers. This hit list was created because a man could not get justice for his mistreatment in his occupation. He was not a threat to citizens, he was a threat to those that were on his “HIT LIST”. The very ones that put the bounty on his head, his employers who possibly wronged him. We must demand, investigators outside of California investigate this mans claims. If his claims are true, is this what it takes for a man to begin killing people to get justice? The US Department of Internal Affairs should investigate everyone on that “Hit List” and Christopher Dorner’s claim. Over the last 5 years, being mistreated, ignored, BULLIED by California Law Enforcement, this is the perfect place to harbor a quiet storm of:
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