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Ex-Cop Goes Nuts, Declares War on Other Cops...

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& their families.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/02/07/us/lapd-attacks/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

So the skinny is that this ex-cop (Dorner) claims he witnessed police brutality & was fired from the force because he reported it. He also claims he saw a lot of racism in the LAPD. He appealed his firing & lost. Appealed to higher authority & lost again.

Then he went batpoo & declared war on the LAPD. Says he will kill anyone involved with him losing his dream job & their families. So far he's killed a cop & the daughter of another cop along with her fiance.

Cops in SoCal are so shook they've now twice opened fire on vehicles that are similar to Dorner's injuring one innocent.

Panther fans in SoCal be careful.

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Reporting now that he's a certified anti-terrorism officer.

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An ex-navy lieutenant and marine warfare specialist who's a rifle marksman and handgun expert.......this could get crazy.

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Ok, police opened fire on one truck that looked like the crazy guy's, injuring two people.

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An ex-navy lieutenant and marine warfare specialist who's a rifle marksman and handgun expert.......this could get crazy.

Heavily armed too. They think he's up near Big Bear resort. Plenty of wooded area for him to hide but there is a storm moving in.

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Holy poo, I'm reading his manifesto now. If circumstances had been a little different I could have walked down his path. I can understand why he is doing what he is doing (as fuged up as that sounds).

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Where is it?

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Where is it?

http://www.cnn.com/2013/02/07/us/lapd-attacks/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

It's embedded in the article from that link. OP has that link in his original post.

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