Boy, is my computer full of viruses. I got some new spyware, and it reported 20,000 viruses in my computer. But now, the spyware is no longer working. Any spyware I get never lasts too long. The hackers get in and change all the settings to suit them. Not only are there more than 20,000 plus viruses, but there are so many files my mind can’t handle what I have to do to get rid of them. I went into one file, it led to another, that file lead to another one, and another one led to one file that had so many files I get sick just thinking about it. This computer is nothing, but one big virus. I’m surprised I can get anything done on it.
Well, guess what? There’s someone else out there who feels he’s been a victim of police harassment.
The man’s name is Christopher Jordan Dorner. He used to be a LAPD(Los Angeles) police officer, and got fired from the department for complaining about another police office being too abusive to a man. When Christopher Dorner complained, the department did not believe him and fired him. So ever since then he’s been angry about his firing.
Christopher Dorner was a Lieutenant in the Navy before he became a police officer. He also received a decorative coin from the Las Angeles Police Department for being a good police officer.
And now, here he is, running around in the San Bernardino Mountains with about 30 guns in his possession.
Christopher Dorner feels he’s been discriminated against by the LAPD, and treated unfairly when he complained about the officer being abusive. Instead of getting praise for being an honest man, he was thrown out of LAPD.
Christopher Dorner sent a package to Anderson Cooper, lead anchor of Cooper 360 on CNN. In the package there was the decorative coin, with three bullet holes in it, given to him by Los Angeles Police Department, and a note stating that he did not lie.
I have a feeling that Christopher Dorner became a target after reporting the abuse by an officer. That’s usually how we targets get on a list. We report something we saw, or we’re outspoken about something that happened.
Now the Los Angeles Police Department is reviewing his firing. Now that it’s too late.
Why didn’t LAPD do the right thing the first time he complained instead of firing him? A man tries to do what is right, and he gets screwed. That’s usually what happens. Someone tries to get the truth out, and becomes a piranha.
I expect two things to happen. One, Christopher Jordan Dorner is going to shoot himself, or the LAPD will shoot him. I don’t see anything good coming out of this.
- LAPD Reopening Case That Ended In Christopher Dorner’s Termination (leaksource.wordpress.com)
- LAPD makes offer to fugitive suspect (bbc.co.uk)
- CBS2 Exclusive: LAPD Chief Announces He’s Reopening Case That Resulted In Dorner’s Termination (losangeles.cbslocal.com)
- Manhunt: Ex-LAPD cop thought to have stalked victims, sources say (latimesblogs.latimes.com)
- Dorner had history of complaints against fellow LAPD officers (latimesblogs.latimes.com)
- Media Portray Dorner as Whistleblower, LAPD Reopens Firing (breitbart.com)