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Police in Christopher Dorner standoff launched incendiary tear gas into cabin
By CHUCK BENNETT and DAVID K. LI From Post Wires Last Updated: 6:14 AM, February 14, 2013
Murderous ex-cop Christopher Jordan Dorner wanted to go out in a blaze of glory and the sheriffs deputies who surrounded his California mountain hideout provided the flames.
The San Bernardino County cops torched the wooden cabin with highly flammable incendiary tear gas as Dorner took refuge Tuesday, apparently burning him to a crisp.
Burn this mf--er! one officer shouted as they had Dorner who had earlier killed a deputy and seriously wounded another pinned down in the cabin, according to police radio transmissions.
Amid sounds of gunfire, voices can be head shouting, Burn it down! and Shoot the gas!
Excerpt, read more at nypost
What were they supposed to do, send in cookies and wait him out until he shot a few dozen more cops?
They could have knocked on the door and asked to speak to him.
Give the officer that saidthat a medal...: )
lol... yea, that would work.
Cue teh ‘Poooooor Dorner’ cries.
Deadly force is authorized against someone using deadly force.
Nerf bats and wiffle balls don’t convince badguys to surrender.
And Dorner said he wasn’t going to surrender OR be taken in alive.
He intended to die.
Dorner is also a suspect in the shooting of a Los Angeles police officer near Interstate 15 and Magnolia Avenue in Corona early today.
The officer suffered a graze wound to the head.
About 20 minutes later, Dorner is believed to have ambushed two Riverside officers while they were stopped at a red light at Magnolia and Arlington avenues, according to Riverside police Lt. Guy Toussaint, adding that the two were on routine patrol and were not searching for Dorner at the time.
One of the officers a 34-year-old, 11-year veteran of the force was killed.
The wounded Riverside officer, who is 27 years old, underwent surgery and is expected to fully recover, Riverside police Chief Sergio Diaz said.
I hope he suffered before he died.
Well, i suppose its alot cheeper and just as effective as an AT-4 shot:o) I hope it was painful.
Here comes the media to gin up some liberal/racial riots.
Question: How many of the bleeding hearts would have risked their lives to coax Dorner out peacefully?
The press has been trying so hard to turn this into a scandal. As if people (other than some left-wing loons) are going to be upset if the police did this. I hope they did it on purpose.
His manifesto blames early childhood racism - that he wasn’t a Christian - that he accepted death after what he claims were false allegations against him by several people of several levels within the LAPD - lists his targets - and states he will hunt down other police officers using irregular warfare with his linkages to his military career - and that in no way they are going to have it easy...how did they know that he didn’t pre-establish a stronghold in that cabin days before - they had no idea...
Doner’s actions and the reason why the LAPD terminated him goes towards support of the LAPD’s decision to let him go..despite losing his clearance — what was that about??? What circumstances did the DoD find to terminate his clearance -— it wasn’t because of the LAPD’s actions - that’s a fact!
Cookies have too many calories
“Give the officer that said that a medal...: )”
And I do agree with the law enforcement tactics in this case.
But, I remind those gun owners that ‘bravely’ say on this and other blogs that they will just shoot anyone from the government coming to seize their weapons.
Yes, and make sure you cover yourself with bar b que sauce when it starts to get warm and toasty sir......
I don’t think anyone here has any sympathy for Dorner, but he did goad them into shooting a couple of the wrong people, swarming the wrong locations, risking the lives of others, and then burning down someone else’s property. They were on the very margin of professionalism in handling this.
When they come for your guns, expect the same treatment.
Crispy, or Extra Crispy?
I think the police official police line will be to deny any attempt or effort to burn the structure. There would be no need to deny the burn out was deliberate, and intended to kill Dorner, if there was no risk of legal fallout for that mode of deadly force.
Yes there have been posters on here expressing sympathy and support for Dorner.
“Amid sounds of gunfire, voices can be head shouting, Burn it down! and Shoot the gas!
OK, and your point is?
To bad we haven’t learned that lesson in Iraq and Afstan.
What were they sopposed to do? Use harsh words?!
Don’t bother warning them. They won’t listen. Let them go on thinking cops are their friends and would never, ever do this to them or give them the treatment those people driving the wrong kind of car got. Let them find out the hard way.
Incendiary arrows and pots containing combustible substances were used as early as the 9th century BC.
Tell me about it!
Somewhere there is a nail looking to start a lawsuit for blunt trauma to his head.
The people supporting Dorner would not have been able to coax him out peacefully, nor would they have tried.
Ok, but not me. I’m just trying to AAR the response a little bit. But I do hope that this drives a wedge between those in Law Enforcement and those on the left. May they never forget who Dorner was and who said what in the aftermath. Who was on their side and who wasn’t.
When it was Dorner vs LAPD it was badguy on badguy violence.
I grabbed the popcorn and laughed.
If Dorner had stayed in LAPD jurisdiction he might still be alive giving them fits.
I think that’s the point.
We’ve seen way too many times the intentional killing of a suspect through burning, and if it wasn’t an issue, there would be no attempt to deny it.
Those of you that interpret this as “support for Dorner” are the equivalent of a leftist yelling “racist” in order not to address the issue at hand.
So if law enforcement went door-to-door to confiscate weapons, you’d just give them up?
I don’t understand the urgency. They’ve been hunting this guy for days and now he’s essentially cornered.
If they didn’t know for certain that he didn’t have an aresnal and a bunch of food, then they didn’t know for certain if he had hostages. There doesn’t seem to have been much, if any, communication, at least from the reports I’ve read.
Yet they couldn’t wait him out? Not even for one day? Even if just to save the structure and not risk a fire in a state forest?
If Obama had a son he’d look like Dorner....get ready for blowback from the grievance community.
You got freepmail for reading leisure.
Let me know what you think.
I was here late last night and the liberaltatians were out in force calling this an execution and the cops murders..
My felling is Burn baby burn...
Badge = Police + Prosecutor + Judge + Jury + Executioner.
No messy Due Process.
I don't think the intentional burn outs are frequent, but I will say that denying the burn out was intention has a detrimental effect on the credibility of the law enforcement community.
Oh well. Them vs. Us. That's the way they think and behave, and nothing I can do will change it.
See post #16
Hey, guess who quit smoking today?
Answer: Christopher Dorner
All it takes is a cursory look around.
There are supporters for the guy here.
We had someone the other night shrieking about how Dorner was being denied due process... while he was shooting at the San Bernadino Sherrifs..
Deadly force is authorized in response to deadly force.
This Obama worshiping idiot who killed four people wanted “death by cop” and his wish was granted. No one cares only some freepers.
But, I remind those gun owners that bravely say on this and other blogs that they will just shoot anyone from the government coming to seize their weapons.
I don't think that most of us facing such a situation do not expect to live through it. I know I don't.
Your adherence to your citizenry rights and personal bravery may differ.
Oops, remove the “don’t” after “I.”
I am no fan of Dorner, and no fan of his Obama love. However, it seems as a FRiend indicated earlier that this was bad guys versus bad guys.
The police were, by no means, interested in taking Dorner alive. This was evident when they shot two women in a truck, and then shot some other random guy in the street. As another poster wrote, the cops had no way of knowing if there were hostages in there before they started burning the cabin. I am surprised the cops didn't bring a Mark-19 with HE rounds to the cabin.
I saw posts concerned with the rule of law.
Flamethrowers or a Hellfire missile would have been so much more certain, and totally cooler.
In this case you’re right.
Yes, and I would then be on my way to the 7-11 Store to pick up some supplies after I have handed the government official a copy of this document and I have made a call to my attorney.
for the bonfire that I'm sure will start at the home of some gun owner in the area that chooses to go down shooting......
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