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What You Should Know / February 20, 2013

www.nsfwcorp.com -- In the days after his lethal rebellion and violent death, Christopher Dorner has become many things to many different people: a one-man Alamo hero who died fighting the police state; a crazy black man who started murdering cops because that’s what crazy black men do; or a symbol of government oppression and the militarization of America’s police forces. For some conspiracy theorists, Dorner even became a Manchurian candidate in an elaborate Big Brother plot to sow chaos and fear, so that Government Marxists could fill America’s skies with armed drones, assassinating gun-owners and freedom-lovers at will.

But all this focus on Dorner’s spectacular ending has obscured the real story about what sent Chris Dorner over the edge: workplace abuse, racial discrimination, and a legitimate claim of wrongful termination...

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  • 1. London Observer  |  February 27th, 2013 at 12:25 am

    Interesting point that Dorner was an upright, decent guy, I had not read anywhere else the story about his turning over the cash he found. That would have made a nice 400 word article.

  • 2. Petkovich  |  March 6th, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    no comments? What, nobody reads this site no more?

  • 3. Nane  |  March 14th, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    It’s not politically correct to say this, but I’m very supportive of what Dorner did. I don’t know about shooting some of the relative non-cop females (even if they were dirty liars) but the LAPD is pretty fucked as an institution.


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