Someone can be heard saying, “f-ing burn this motherf-er”
“The information that we have right now seems to indicate that the wound that took Christopher Dorner’s life was self-inflicted,”
-Cpt. Kevin Lacy
It was indeed Christopher Dorner’s body found in a burned out cabin in Big Bear. The cabin that Dorner was hiding in was set on fire after he had a shoot out with local authorities. During the hours immediately after Chris Dorner’s final shoot out with police there were alot of conflicting reports circulating on the web. Rumors that Chris Dorner’s body had been positively identified and removed from the burned cabin were quickly dismissed by LAPD spokespersons. Media personnel were told that the burnt out cabin had a weakened structure and was unsafe for anyone to enter.
According to reports a day later Christopher Dorner’s burned corpse was eventually removed and positively identified by authorities via dental records.
Speculation was high as to whether law enforcement officials ever had any intention of actually arresting Christopher Dorner. Most of this speculation came immediately after LAPD officers fired a barrage of bullets into a truck without provocation. It was a vehicle in which they believed that Dorner was in.
For those of you are not familiar with Dorner’s story here is a quick synopsis:
- Dorner was a former LAPD officer. He declared war on the department after his job was terminated. Dorner claims that the termination was revenge for reporting a fellow officer for using excessive force during the arrest on a mentally ill man.
- The LAPD Review Board determined that Dorner’s claims lacked credibility and fired Dorner on September 4, 2008.
- In 2010 Dorner filed for an appeal the but the decision was upheld by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge David P. Yaffe.
- Dorner was credited with posting a letter to America which is being called his “manifesto”. The letter details his complaints. He accused the LAPD of racism. He also promised to seek revenge. “Suppressing the truth will lead to deadly consequences for you and your family…” read it here.
- A series of shootings occur from February 3 to 12 that left four people dead, including two police officers, and three police officers wounded.
- Dorner was the subject of one of the largest manhunts in LAPD history. He was eventually cornered in a cabin in Big Bear, California by law enforcement on February 12.
There have been conflicting reports about whether or not the cabin that Dorner was hiding in was intentionally set on fire. Officials say canisters tossed into the cabin accidentally caused the fire.
That statement directly contradicts audio of the event in which someone can be heard saying, “f-ing burn this motherf-er”
Also if you study the audio chatter from the event you may hear police clearly refer to incediary devices as “burners”. At one point the audio chatter states “Seven burners deployed. We have a fire.”
If purposely setting the cabin on fire was legal, why would the police deny doing it?
Now there are news reports circulating that photos of Chris Dorner’s burned corpse are being offered up for sale. TMZ has allegedly seen the very graphic photos.
The photos have been described as gruesome. The top of Dorner’s head is said to be missing as well as an arm and parts of a leg. Dorner’s midsection was also described as severely burned.
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