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Sunday, February 10, 2013

They still can't find him?

The massive dragnet for a fugitive ex-cop continued Friday, with more than 100 officers conducting a fruitless search in the snowy, forested mountains around Big Bear Lake for an armed gunman who police say is on a vengeful rampage.
As the falling snow piled up, authorities pledged to continue the manhunt until they find Christopher Jordan Dorner, the 33-year-old former Los Angeles police officer suspected of killing three people, or stumble on definitive evidence that he is no longer in the area.
The trail has gone cold since Dorner's Nissan Titan pickup was found Thursday morning engulfed in flames on a U.S. Forest Service dirt road between the Bear Mountain and Snow Summit ski resorts. A set of footprints in the snow led away from the burned truck. It took more than five hours for experts to confirm that it was Dorner's vehicle and search parties to begin a methodical sweep of an area stretching across eight square miles.
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They can't find a 270 black man at or near a ski resort? Bunch of fucking amateurs......
You want to read an expert's opinion on this? Go read Stormbringer's account on it. He's a man that has worked in Special Ops and knows what the fuck he's talking about.
Bookmark his site while you're there and go back often. 

4 comments:

Heisenbug said...

Stormbringer was one of the first milblogs I stumbled across many years ago, and still one of my favourites. His comments on the disgusting failure of command regarding Benghazi is also very enlightening.

Toejam said...

Maybe he's hold-up in a coal bunker.

They'll never spot him there, unless he smiles, of course.

Mr. Miracle said...

Ok, I have purposely stayed away from this story so far to avoid all the bull that gets put out while the talking heads are trying to get the next big story. But after skimming through all the responses, and I may have missed it, but I have yet to see Dorner's actual Navel experience questioned.
We have a guy that went to the Navel Intelligence Officer basic course, completed the Navy's Center for Security Forces anti-terrorism training, served with a unit that is tasked with providing seaward security to joint logistics over-the-shore operations from either a port or harbor complex or unimproved beach sites, then was "appointed" to the LAPD and assigned back to the harbor area. Then, this highly trained individual flips out after a lot of things going down, and decides to check into a hotel ON A NAVEL BASE, then leave, commit murders, then bug out to Big Bear, in snow-covered mountains, wreck his truck and burn it along with weapons and cold weather gear, then disappear.

Not exactly the best script to come out of LA lately. But, with all this going around, has anyone considered that this guy might know about something, oh, I don't know, something like a large weapon coming in from a boat or ship, through a HARRBOR, for a false flag event that would scare up the martial law scenario that they need? Hmmm.....

Ruth said...

I know a guy who works at the ski resort in question. They told one of their employee's to stay home till further notice....why? Well, he's a big black guy and he works outside where the cops would be getting looks at him all the time. They're terrified the cops will see him and shot him like they did the folks in the wrong color trucks....