Whinery: Due Process for Christopher Dorner

0212-not-chris-dorner-facebook-3Its been five days since, depending on how you look at things, law enforcement decided to play judge, jury and executioner with Mr. Christopher Dorner…

The way I look at it- he was “Waco’d”

Who Cares?

The majority of Americans feel that Mr. Dorner got his just desserts. That he was a cop-killer terrorizing the law enforcement community of Southern California. Why should he be taken alive?

That answer is simple. We are a nation of laws. And if we can give that
jack-off who killed all those people watching the “Dark Knight” in
Aurora a trial, why not give Dorner one too?

This YouTube video says it all and shows that the cops charged with capturing monsters had become monsters themselves.

chris-dorner-11Dorner was trapped in a cabin. No way out. Completely surrounded.

Law enforcement, by “murdering” Mr. Dorner have lowered themselves to his level, vindicated his Manifesto and have created a martyr.

What a colossal mistake.

And before people brand me as some anti-cop defense lawyer; my Dad,
Uncle and Cousin were all Long Beach, CA police officers. I may have
rebelled by defending criminals for a living, but I am NOT a cop hater.

Who knows?

Maybe it was a shrewd move by law enforcement to kill Dorner. Dead people tell no tales.

And with the investigation being reopened into his firing, it is very expedient to make sure he never gets a chance to defend himself. Its not like the media cares, or anybody else in a position of power for that matter.

In another week or so, Dorner should be completely off people’s radar.

Dorner will be forgotten by most, except for the people who have been
beat down or abused by LAPD or know someone who has.

But who cares about the victims of police brutality?

Christopher-Dorner_1670190aIs there anyone out there who is thinking, “How can this happen in

Where is the outrage? Where is the media criticism of Dorner’s murder? How can America allow this to happen without losing its values and identity? Unless we are not a nation of laws anymore.

There’s a message to everyone here concerning the Christopher Dorner story, and it is that those who make the rules and enforce those rules – should they decide not to follow the rules themselves – few will care and they will not be punished.

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12 Responses to Whinery: Due Process for Christopher Dorner

  1. the dude says:

    Like I said in the last article Whiney, the LAPD never intended to take this poor guy in alive for whatever reason they had. Long live the corrupt LAPD, so much for justice.

    • Jess says:

      Yea, While I disagree with the way Dorner went about everything. I knew the second they said he was in that cabin and the media, helicopters and everything, was to be kept back for miles. He was going to die, one way or another, he was not making it out of that cabin.

  2. We are with you!!


    “Dorner, who had been on the run as a suspect in a recent killing spree, was reportedly killed Tuesday during a shootout that left one law enforcement officer dead and another wounded. Dorner’s body was apparently burned in a fire that swept through a cabin he had held up in for the gunfight.

    The statement of support and solidarity was posted on the Occupy Los Angeles’ official Facebook page Wednesday. The statement came in the form of a posted picture captioned with the phrases “Rest In Power Chris Dorner” and “Assassinated By The Police for Trying To Expose LAPD Corruption.”

    The Occupy Los Angeles page has nearly 56,000 likes and supporters. At the time of this article’s posting, nearly 900 Occupy Supporters “Liked” the expression of support for the cop-killer, and nearly 400 users reposted the image to their own Facebook accounts.
    Many of the nearly 400 comments left by Occupy Los Angeles followers expressed support, … saying “Kill Kill Kill the White man,” and “LAPD got their Karma.”

  3. “”I have exhausted all available means at obtaining my name back,” Dorner wrote in his manifesto posted Monday on Facebook. “I have attempted all legal court efforts within appeals at the Superior Courts and California Appellate courts. This is my last resort. The LAPD has suppressed the truth and it has now lead to deadly consequences.”

  4. paulwilsonkc says:

    I found it more than a little interesting that, when watching the investigative report on this, the Police said they did nothing to cause a fire. Then, as soon as that clip played, they played what the reporters cell phone picked up, “…burn it down!” then the order on how many shots to launch that would cause the fire, 7 if I remember correctly! And then, in the final clip you hear, “Burn the F(^&#er down!”

    Now, thats all fine and good if they wanted to do it Waco style, but don’t you think you’d want to know what all available audio was out there before you said we had nothing to do with the fire?

  5. chuck says:

    Chris Dorner, cop killer, had made it clear, he was going to continue his assualt on any and all citizens within close proximity to his ordnance, in order to achieve a personal catharsis, which, he subjectively, narcissitically and psychotically deemed necessary.

    The typical solipistical, racial, African American myopia that is prevelant throughout the sub culture was in play here.

    No doubt, a jury trial would have provided the usual spectacle and appealed to agendas on each side of the political spectrum.

    With Dorner’s death, we are spared a b*llsh*t Non Compos Mentis defense in court, Fox News, CNN et al, which in turn will protect our own Compos Mentis, in that we will not be further divided by the rhetorical agendas of the many, many willing participants.

    The couselor says we are a “Nation of Laws”.

    That premise in addition to the idea of democracy itself and the social contract, is in increasing peril. The players on the field, be they cops or citizens are more and more inclined to cowboy an extemporaneous result when faced with the exigencies of violence and the abrogation of that social contract.

    The tectonic shift of dramatically changing demographics now forces those formerly seperated plates together with richter force.

    Burn baby burn.

  6. Irishguy says:

    Hey, Whinery? Since you obviously missed the day in law school that they taught you this, allow me to help.

    Don’t jump to conclusions about anything until you assemble the facts. And don’t rely on media reports for your information, especially if you are sitting on a padded seat (and I’m not talking just about the chair) halfway across the continent.

  7. balbonis moleskine says:

    It is irrelevant whether the cabin was burned down, Dorner shot himself in the head.

    It is worth nothing that for all his braggadocio all he managed to do was kill his lawyer’s daughter and fiancee and one cop not even working for the LAPD.

  8. mark smith says:

    Dorner complained about racism within the single most racially diverse PD in the country. I think the LAPD is 75 percent minorities and women. That’s not to say there isn’t racism in EVERY PD, but it aint exactly Bull Conner and Selma Alabama.
    Dorner murdered a young couple for the sin of being related to a target. Whatever beef real or imagined becomes moot at that point.
    Whatever happened on that mountain, it didn’t remotely resemble WACO or Ruby Ridge. Dorner was Django McVeigh. Not a hero, not an aggrieved former crime fighter, just a cold blooded killer and a sociopath. The fact that he was able to pass the mental exam to become a cop suggests they chose diversity over a sound mind.
    The media went after George Zimmerman like he was a one man Klan hit squad. Meanwhile they go out of their way to lend a hint of credence to the manifesto of a lunatic $hit heel. Go figure. Dorner could have turned himself in, Charlie Sheen even offered to help (sarcasm). He chose to hold court in the street. The jury verdict didn’t go his way. Fug em.

  9. Blaster99 says:

    If Obamma had a son, he would look like Dorner.

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