Friday February 15, 2013 11:40 a.m.
Chris Dorner stood up and spoke out against police misconduct and corruption within the LAPD, where he witnessed, first hand, incidents of Racism and police misconduct.
In one incident, which Dorner lists in his manifesto, he was riding in a van with other LAPD officers, when one officer repeatedly used the word "nigger."
But it was Dorner's reporting of LAPD Sgt. Teresa Evans kicking a handcuffed, mentally-ill man in the chest and face, which led to the LAPD firing him, accusing Dorner of lying, despite Evans having a history of using excessive force and even being flagged several times by LAPD risk management.
Sgt. Teresa Evans, who remains on the force, is known to flaunt her nickname 'Chupacabra', which she got because she enjoys drawing blood from suspects and arrestees.
In one incident Evans ripped the skin off a woman in her 70's.
Dorner crossed the well known police 'Blue Line' and 'Code of Silence.'
And the LAPD made him pay for it.
They named Dorner a domestic terrorist and put a $ 1 Million bounty on his head.
Of course, they masked it as a "reward" for Dorner's capture, but we all know what the LAPD's real intentions were... NOT to let Dorner talk.
And that's exactly what they did, by setting the cabin Dorner was in on fire.
But of course, the LAPD does NOT want you to know that.
And America's mainstream, corporate-run news media, is doing everything possible to help the LAPD.
Every channel you turn your television to, they are calling Chris Dorner an "animal", while completely ignoring the corruption within the LAPD.
And less than 48 hours after the LAPD burned down the cabin where Dorner was 'believed' to be inside, fighting over the $1 million reward has begun.
|Rick Heltebrake, Boy Scout Camp Ranger says|
"Someone owes me $1 million."
He got his 15 seconds of fame after Chris Dorner stopped his truck and told him that he would not hurt him, and asked him to get his dog and get out of the vehicle.
And now he's back in the news.
“Someone owes me $1 million,” said Heltebrake.
“It was my call that led the officers to him,” he said, before adding "I know there were two other women involved and I don’t mind parting it three ways."
And just like that, one broken man's attempt to expose the corruption and racism that still exists inside the LAPD, has been completely ignored by America's mainstream, corporate-run news media, as well as government officials, and reduced to a few money-hungry Americans fighting over who should get what.
And they said Chris Dorner was sick?
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