Dorner’s Body Pulled From Burned Out Cabin

Dorner, the champion of leftwing degenerates everywhere has been removed from the gene pool.

From CBS Los Angeles

A body believed to be to that of quadruple-murder suspect Christopher Dorner has been recovered from a burned out cabin where he was holed up during a deadly shootout with authorities earlier today.

Dorner, who allegedly shot and killed his fourth victim — a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy — was barricaded inside a Seven Oaks residence for several hours Tuesday afternoon. The home, ironically, is located near the Sheriff’s outpost that was set up earlier this week as part of the search for him.

CBS2′s Carter Evans reported that tear gas was fired into the house before the fire broke out. A single shot was also heard at that time, according to CBS2′s Juan Fernandez.

Unfortunately, it took way too long for this mutherfucker to die.

15 thoughts on “Dorner’s Body Pulled From Burned Out Cabin”

  1. Anxious to find out how many times Dorner refused to come out after police/Swat told him to surrender. And, if they failed to do that, all police/Swat are possibly guilty of a crime imo.

    1. Jan,

      Since he declared repeatedly and in no uncertain terms that he would not be taken alive, I seriously doubt that.

      SFC MAC

      1. Good point, but I fail to see how Justice actually worked or prevailed here in this case. I think his family will win millions, if not billions in cash settlements.

        1. Jan,

          On what premise? That he ran from authorities after murdering four innocent people and threatening at least three more with car jackings and hostage takings? The fact that he barricaded himself in a cabin with lots of ammo and weapons, had a shootout with police and vowed not to be taken alive? Quite frankly, the family doesn’t have much of a case considering Dorner was determined to die and take as many people with him as he could. It’s pretty cut and dry. This isn’t like Waco or Ruby Ridge. This is the inevitable demise of a brutal, unremorseful, deranged sociopath who jumped off the crazy cliff and blamed others for his flaws. Justice had its day.

          SFC MAC

          1. Just wait till the attorneys get ahold of the crimes committed by law enforcement in this case. His family will reep millions of dollars and the agencies will likely settle the cases with cash as they usually do.

          2. Jan,
            Did it ever occur to you that Dorner was simply a screw up who was fired with good cause? Dorner was charged by his own department in 2007 with making false statements to detectives investigating a false complaint he made against a female police sergeant. (
            Making false statements can and will bring disciplinary action, including termination.
            Believe me, I’m no fan of the LAPD, but again, what crimes in this instance, did the LAPD commit?

            SFC MAC

          3. Apparently, Dorner had a whole long list of offenses committed by the LAPD and that was one of the many reasons why the cops burned down the cabin because Dorner was said to have on him some of the evidence against the corrupt cops. The fire was quite the strategy for a corrupt department after all. Dorners survivors now have several lifetime’s worth of income coming soon. Good for them. I do expect other copies of the evidence will surface down the road though.

          4. Jan,
            The only “evidence” I’ve seen is the rambling rant of a deranged man in a Facebook “manifesto”. Dorner’s claims of “corruption and bias” against the LAPD and the subsequent fits of rage and violence started after that 2007 incident. This is an excerpt from his diatribe, in which he designates “high value targets” to be killed.

            “I’ll be waiting for a PUBLIC response at a press conference. When the truth comes out, the killing stops.”

            “Those Caucasian officers who join South Bureau divisions (77th,SW,SE, an Harbor) with the sole intent to victimize minorities who are uneducated, and unaware of criminal law, civil law, and civil rights. You prefer the South bureau because a use of force/deadly force is likely and the individual you use UOF on will likely not report it. You are a high value target.

            “Those Black officers in supervisory ranks and pay grades who stay in south bureau (even though you live in the valley or OC) for the sole intent of getting retribution toward subordinate caucasian officers for the pain and hostile work environment their elders inflicted on you as probationers (P-1′s) and novice P-2’s. You are a high value target.

            You perpetuated the cycle of racism in the department as well. You breed a new generation of bigoted caucasian officer when you belittle them and treat them unfairly.

            “Those Hispanic officers who victimize their own ethnicity because they are new immigrants to this country and are unaware of their civil rights. You call them [derogatory word for Mexicans] to their face and demean them in front of fellow officers of different ethnicities so that you will receive some sort of acceptance from your colleagues. I’m not impressed. Most likely, your parents or grandparents were immigrants at one time, but you have forgotten that. You are a high value target.

            “Those lesbian officers in supervising positions who go to work, day in day out, with the sole intent of attempting to prove your misandrist authority (not feminism) to degrade male officers. You are a high value target.

            “Those Asian officers who stand by and observe everything I previously mentioned other officers participate in on a daily basis but you say nothing, stand for nothing and protect nothing. Why? Because of your usual saying, ” I……don’t like conflict”. You are a high value target as well.

            “I never had the opportunity to have a family of my own, I’m terminating yours.”

            Does that read like a rational argument?
            By the way: for all his spit-flecked anger over “discrimination”, two of his victims were minorities.
            He told LAPD officers their mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and children were targets for his revenge.

            His first victims were Monica Quan and her fiance, Keith Lawrence. Quan’s father, Randal, was the first Chinese-American captain in the Los Angeles Police Department. Later, as an attorney, he represented Dorner in the failed appeal of his dismissal to a department Board of Rights. Randal Quan tried to help him and in gratitude, Dorner killed his daughter.

            Does that seem rational to you?

            If he had a legal case, he could have gone to the media and vented his spleen instead of killing innocent people. They would have lapped it up like a starving dog.

            His motives, like his mind, were totally fucked.

            SFC MAC

          5. Looks like the LAPD will get nailed soon with a ton of lawsuits against them and us tax-payers will be stuck with the bill for their errors. I expect they will lose tens-of-millions, at least.

          6. His survivors will win hugely soon after the attorneys get the winning from all the upcoming lawsuits. Cops screwed up soooooo badly.

          7. Jan,
            How exactly, did they screw up? Dorner holed himself up in that cabin and vowed not to surrender. He could have come out, hands up, and been taken into custody. The choice was his. As soon as the cabin caught fire, he put a bullet in his own head. Again, keep in mind I am not a big fan of the LAPD. They screwed up the OJ investigation and allowed it to become such a circus that he got away with murder. But, Karma being the great retributor, evened things out a bit when he got prison for robbery.

            SFC MAC

          8. Many errors by the police/state including setting the cabin on fire. The police/state will lose hugely come the lawsuits.

          9. Jan,

            In all likelihood, the fire was started from the bullets and tear gas containers that got lobbed into what amounted to a tinderbox.

            SFC MAC

          10. You have to have a good understanding of Law to fully understand what will happen. And, yes, the state will lose big on this issue; unfortunately for them.

          11. Jan,

            You don’t have to be a lawyer to understand frivolous, opportunistic lawsuits. The main beneficiaries of such litigation are lawyers, not the plaintiffs. If the cops went after Dorner on trumped up charges, I’d say ‘sue away’, but they didn’t.

            SFC MAC

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