Chris Dorner is a former LAPD officer who was terminated for reporting that a police officer was beating a suspect. His reward for violating the unwritten “blue. Christopher Dorner wanted to be a martyr, but his victims prove that there was no one more guilty than he was. He sought to highlight a broken LAPD, but in the. Joe Jones, a second former police officer alleging corruption and racism within the LAPD, has published another manifesto and supports Chris Dorner.
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Now he is dead. This is not surprising, after he wrote such a long, tedious suicide note.
Unlike most lone gunman — Adam Lanza comes to mind — we know precisely why Dorner did what he did. It is shocking, but hardly surprising coming from someone so neurotic. What makes Dorner different from the rest of the armed loons of the world is that before he penned his weird screed on Facebook, his biography did not seem like that of a prototypical lunatic. It was everyone else who was wrong.
But what the manifesto actually reveals is an individual so tortured by his desire to follow every rule that he imposed upon himself that he inevitably snapped. I do not particularly want to know. However he was wronged by the Los Manifessto Police Department, it could not have justified the shooting of a couple who had nothing to do with chrsitopher department and police officers whom he had never met.
It is obvious that the manifesto and the actions of Dorner say more about him than they do about the LAPD; it is not that his manifesto speaks volumes about him, it is what volumes it speaks.
Daniel Flynn writes in the American Spectator about how the manifesto reveals Dorner as a product of the age: An egoist who watched too much television and had too many fake friendships with celebrities like Anderson Cooper and Ellen Manifestp.
This is all true, but the manifesto also reveals a mind which could not cope with the distance between the ideals institutions were meant to represent and how they actually worked in practice. Any sane person who has worked in a government bureaucracy knows that there are disappointments as well as rewards; that every bureaucracy — from the mail office to the police station — is composed of people.
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And people, sometimes from bias or laziness or procrastination or ignorance, make a lot of mistakes. Unfortunately, Christopher Dorner does not appear to have been aware of this.
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