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    I read that he was basically dismissed because he kept filing reports pointing out corruption and abuse of power in the office and the ones who judged his cases were some that he was accusing which sounds like an extreme conflict of interest so I'm not expecting a different outcome now.
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    I don't really think much will come out of this "investigation" but from where I sit the guy apparently has come valid complaints. Certainly not to the level of doing what he's done but our experience for a number of year now is the LAPD is a huge "gang" with numerous racial orientation gangs within the gang.
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    I think he was fired for pointing out brutallity by other officers and corruption in official reports and flipped out because he was an honest person who couldn't comprehend why the complaints weren't acted upon. If the people he is targeting were involved in covering this up or corruption or brutallity I think he delivered justice and deserves a metal. For over 40 years I have followed stories and watched police get away with brutallity and murder. They almost never get punished. Its about time someone did something. If the hirer ups would have acted on the complaints none of this would have happened, blame them.
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    In his manifesto, it says he was dismissed because he reported "Ofcr. Teresa Evans/now a Sergeant" kicking a mentally ill, handcuffed suspect twice in the chest and once in the face. Department stated he lied and put him up to the board of rights, where they played a video where the suspect stated he was kicked by her. The father of the suspect also said he said she kicked him. They still found him guilty and terminated him.

    "What they didn’t mention was that the BOR panel made up of Capt. Phil Tingirides, Capt. Justin Eisenberg, and City Attorney Martella had a signigicant problem from the time the board was assembled. Capt. Phil Tingirides was a personal friend of Teresa Evans from when he was her supervisor at Harbor station. That is a clear conflict of interest and I made my argument for his removal early and was denied. The advocate for the LAPD BOR was Sgt. Anderson. Anderson also had a conflict of interest as she was Evans friend and former partner from Harbor division where they both worked patrol together. I made my argument for her removal when I discovered her relation to Evans and it was denied."

    http://boywithgrenade.org/2013/02/07/christop...

    You can read the full manifesto there. It IS fairly long, though very interesting.
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    I read that too,but I also read that he was barely out of the academy when he started "whistle-blowing" which seems suspicious.
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    @jessejaymes Even the chief of the L.A.P.D is saying he is a suspect. I have heard no hard evidence that he committed the crimes i.e. ballistics evidence, fingerprints, eyewitnesses, security footage nothing. What I have seen is police officers who cannot tell the difference between a grey Toyota and a metallic blue Nissan w/ two Hispanic ladies, one of them elderly, or a skinny white guy who they actually spoke to and released before attempting to murder him less than 30 seconds later. It wouldn't that big a stretch of the imagination in my opinion to imagine them shooting a black man in the dark, meaning the fiance and daughter of his Attorney. But he made threats against this man. I'm not so sure about this. What I have seen is an interview w/ a former detective of the L.A.P.D who states that he believes the manifesto was "strategically altered to support the L.A.P.D's claims" that Dorner is the perpetrator. This former detective( assuming "Dorner" hasn't killed him yet) also goes on to state that he has seen firsthand many of the claims Mr. Dorner has made, which in fact led to his decision to leave the L.A.P.D himself. I would like to see some evidence of his guilt, not someone telling me we've got badges you can trust us. Especially coming from the L.A.P.D.
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    @whataGOVwehave You think this guy is qualified enough to be Jason Bourne right now and ex military but not qualified enough to be a police? Is it because he was ex military and therefore to honest to be a policeman because that's the only thing I can make sense of from that. Affirmative Action is a very stupid incompetent policy but if you really think this guy is responsible for being Rambo/Jason Bourne right now, if anything he was overqualified for the job.
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    @Libertyiskey do police with prior military learn their dishonesty in the military or in the police force? FYI I am a vet.
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    @whataGOVwehave I wasn't saying he was dishonest or that all police were dishonest, but I do believe he was the honest one in this situation and an investigation by anyone other than the department or anyone associated with the department or their friends including other police departments, FBI, or any government agency will show that his accusations are true, not that it was racist but his whistle blowing would all be true b
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    It's like a black guy I work with told me one time. "If I can call racism and get what I want then why wouldn't I do it?". This is all this is pulling the race card...
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    Quoting Republican5001: "Hope the sambo's burn LA down....."

    The GOP made up of a bunch of racists? Why would anyone think that?

    You have a lot of black friends don't you?
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    "hope the sambo's burn L.A. Down"? Racist much? I haven't heard the expression "sambo's" for at least 30 years. Maybe longer. You should be ashamed of yourself. I hope the moderator leave these comments up because I would like to point out that for more than 30 years now I have been called racist for opposing the rap culture violence, irresponsibility and general thuggery. My business partner for 30 years who is black, has been called an Uncle tom for opposing the same thing. But you know what man? The Rap culture is not the Black Culture. It's a stand alone culture of numerous races. And when people us try to make a difference and someone like you come along with 1950's racist terms you negate everything people like us are trying to do. There are millions of black people who get up, go to work, pay their bills and live their lives just like everyone else, doing the bet they can. And that expression is out and out offensive.
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    @PNWest Oh please. Go to the AA forum on topix and see what they call white people on there. Save your phony outrage.
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    @OhWiseOne I know what some blacks call whites. And that makes it right for you to call them names? So which came first? The chicken or the plantation owner? You have a real knack for justifying racism.
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    I just hope they get this murderer off the streets! I do not care what race! There are ways of handling things rather than extreme hate & murder.
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    Here we go again... I'm so sick of hearing "The Little Boy Who Cried Wolf" screaming and crying RACISM every time he loses a job, gets in trouble with the law or is passed over for a promotion. But, hey, it keeps Jesse Jackson doing what he does best--- stirring up crap. The more you stir it, the more it stinks.
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    With rare exceptions everyone at sometime feels slighted, demeaned, passed over, or maybe even outright slandered....the bigger man would have persevered, pushed-on, and reestablished their name by being the person this man try's to convince us he is.
    Instead....he reacts in the opposite fashion and seeks the notoriety we reserve for the recent legion of "top this" spree killers.
    He's no different.
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  • #198
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    Yes him going around killing people is wrong. I disagree with it. But, of there's a best time to look into an issue of corruption and transparency, it's now. With all of this attention, it's the time that is most probable for the truth to come out. The only thing wrong with it is that the investigation is being conducted in house. Reading the manifesto, his language and sentence structure gave me the impression that he really believes what he wrote. That doesn't mean that the allegations are true but it gives it some credibility.
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    it is LA - if he comes in alive, the racism card will get him off. the priority for now is making sure he does not kill anyone else. it will be interesting to see how people validate the murders he has committed against what the nutbag in CT did..
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    It doesn't freakin matter. He killed people. It's not as if it will exonerate him.

    I believe he was a loose cannon from the get go. Far too many words from his manifesto indicates his loony mentality and his eagerness to fight just for the fight..
  • #167
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    Any further investigation into his being let go from the force is pointless. What do they think they will accomplish by doing such......erase the three murder charges he is currently facing. Spend you resources on catching and summarily executing this SOB.
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    Waste of resources the highest? Quite pathetic, this young man lost his job, where job loss in America is high. Where do you want this guy to go next, Dollar Tree?
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    You think this guy was unqualified to be a police but qualified enough to be Jason Bourne? Yeah that makes a whole lot of sense.. I agree affirmative action is stupid but this guy if anything was over qualified.
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