View Poll Results: Was Dorner executed or was it an unfortunate consequence?

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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    Quote Originally Posted by PirateMk1 View Post
    I think its a bit late for the LAPD.
    The police are not perfect...far from it....
    But for one to accuse the police of using fire....that is over the top.

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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unitedwestand13 View Post
    At what point does a desire for justice become a desire for vengeance?


    Good one..
    Are the LAPD fully aware of this, that their job is to apprehend only.

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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Proactive police!? That's very scary.
    Most cities who have a proactive law enforcement policy usually have a low crime rate. Most cities who have a reactive law enforcement policy have a high violent crime rate.

    These cities that have a high violent crime rate usually have a police chief who is known as a "progressive police chief" and who are usually politically progressive or liberal. And or the city government leadership is dominated with liberals who dictate the policies of the police department and force reactive law enforcement upon the community.

    I preffer proactive law enforcement, where law enforcement is more concerned with preventing crime instead of reacting to crime after a crime has already been comitted.

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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unitedwestand13 View Post
    Could they have used flash bangs to stun him? Or maybe use a sound weapon to disarm and disorient him.
    But, do these things exist and does the LAPD know how to use them...
    I do favor non-lethal, but....with Dorner....one cannot blame the police at all..

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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    Most cities who have a proactive law enforcement policy usually have a low crime rate. Most cities who have a reactive law enforcement policy have a high violent crime rate.

    These cities that have a high violent crime rate usually have a police chief who is known as a "progressive police chief" and who are usually politically progressive or liberal. And or the city government leadership is dominated with liberals who dictate the policies of the police department and force reactive law enforcement upon the community.

    I preffer proactive law enforcement, where law enforcement is more concerned with preventing crime instead of reacting to crime after a crime has already been comitted.
    Given this agrgument, one must agree.
    But, is it even possible to have proof of this.??..
    No-one will admit to being "soft on crime".

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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    here's his manifesto
    https://sites.google.com/site/christopherjdorner/home
    read it. it's quite compelling
    he had the LAPD scared ****less. named those he was after and the techniques he was using to target them
    Dorner knew he wasn't going to come out alive
    his manifesto contains his goodbyes, to personal and public figures

    i do hope that the DOJ will now conduct its own investigation into his termination
    let's see if Dorner was screwed because he dared be a whistleblower against another officer

    this is the fellow who - a decade ago - returned thousands of found dollars to a korean church - because he knew that was the right thing to do
    seems to have been a person of integrity and principle
    read the manifesto and see for yourselves
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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    Most cities who have a proactive law enforcement policy usually have a low crime rate. Most cities who have a reactive law enforcement policy have a high violent crime rate.

    These cities that have a high violent crime rate usually have a police chief who is known as a "progressive police chief" and who are usually politically progressive or liberal. And or the city government leadership is dominated with liberals who dictate the policies of the police department and force reactive law enforcement upon the community.

    I preffer proactive law enforcement, where law enforcement is more concerned with preventing crime instead of reacting to crime after a crime has already been comitted.
    ....the founders made a reactive system for a reason; but I suppose those who fear will always excuse more government force. "Conservative" ha!
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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    Quote Originally Posted by ttwtt78640 View Post
    Think about the $1 million bounty - no arrest, no trial and no bounty.
    Do you really think cops need a reason to shoot a cop killer?
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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    here's his manifesto
    https://sites.google.com/site/christopherjdorner/home
    read it. it's quite compelling
    he had the LAPD scared ****less. named those he was after and the techniques he was using to target them
    Dorner knew he wasn't going to come out alive
    his manifesto contains his goodbyes, to personal and public figures

    i do hope that the DOJ will now conduct its own investigation into his termination
    let's see if Dorner was screwed because he dared be a whistleblower against another officer

    this is the fellow who - a decade ago - returned thousands of found dollars to a korean church - because he knew that was the right thing to do
    seems to have been a person of integrity and principle
    read the manifesto and see for yourselves
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    Re: Dorner: Executed or Accident?

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    here's his manifesto
    https://sites.google.com/site/christopherjdorner/home
    read it. it's quite compelling
    he had the LAPD scared ****less. named those he was after and the techniques he was using to target them
    Dorner knew he wasn't going to come out alive
    his manifesto contains his goodbyes, to personal and public figures

    i do hope that the DOJ will now conduct its own investigation into his termination
    let's see if Dorner was screwed because he dared be a whistleblower against another officer

    this is the fellow who - a decade ago - returned thousands of found dollars to a korean church - because he knew that was the right thing to do
    seems to have been a person of integrity and principle
    read the manifesto and see for yourselves
    From what I've already seen about his case he was screwed over by a corrupt system. But I'm sorry, that still doesn't justify his outright insane behavior of killing people. The LAPD may have had a hand in instigating the situation and letting it snowball but the man was unstable in a scary way because his competency wasn't completely compromised. The grandiose statements he made show that once again someone has slipped through the safety net of determining the criminally insane.

    If the police did try to execute him without trial, for who knows what reasons they should be seriously investigated. Doubt anything other than a brush under the rug will occur.
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