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I'm glad he is dead. He was a coward
Has anyone seen Mr. Dorner??
This post was edited by shalvoy 17 months ago
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
Anyone else think the police/media should be required to show the post bbq party pics and like the Bin Laden pics ect.. to give any future wanna be's a mental image of what their end result will be if they go down the same type road?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Goldrusher35 17 months ago
Since you apparently can't comprehend shades of grey, here's a novel concept:
Someone can both be a victim and do bad things.
Dorner's subsequent actions don't change the fact that he may have been a victim in the past. If you want to live your life blindly accepting one worldview with no room for change, that's your business, but trust me - if even ftlaudcock is agreeing with me, you need to take a step back and reassess.
He could of handled it other ways but chose to be a coward and kill innocent people. He got what he deserved.
Dude, to suggest that Dorner's crimes are The by product of some admixture of black heart and mental illness/break, AND that LAPD is corrupt as hell requires contemplation of more than one idea at a time.
Way too tall an order for ncaaassin13 And his ilk
This post was edited by ftlaudcock 17 months ago
I had no idea you're a shrink.
I'm by no means......he chose his path to death
Did he really say KCCO? That is hilarious. A deranged vigilante chiver.
Why you let that pvssy get to you baffles me.
If lulzing at a maroon like that = he got to me, then...he got to me?
Something for everyone who followed this to watch.
Due process of peace, the United States will be a full on Police State before I die.
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So, basically, are you saying that anyone who ever does anything bad forfeits all right to ever be considered a victim?
Or is there a particular threshold of criminality one has to reach to lose potential victimhood?
Dorner was a topic of discussion on talk radio today and one of the things that they were talking about was the fact that he had a major grudge because he was basically run out of the department because of what he saw as abuses of the law being done by police on to citizens. He reported it and was subsequently a pariah in the dept. I don't condone what he did, but you dismiss it as just some crazy guy, when in reality his life was ruined by a bunch of thug cops.
Okay, let me alter the man's description slightly then: he was a crazy guy going through a rough patch. While that situation, if true, sucks balls, it still doesn't pardon murdering 4 people and planning to kill more. You can't make someone a misunderstood victim when that person planned to murder the families of people who've wronged him (and succeeded). Dorner was a piece of garbage and he got what he deserved. A real man would've fought corruption in a nonviolent way, i.e. write a book on LAPD corruption (guaranteed to be a best seller), protest, file a lawsuit, etc. He is a hero and a pillar of justice to NOBODY.
And to the OP: You're a moron for trying to compare that asshat to Batman.
This post has been edited 5 times, most recently by buckeye_mikey69 17 months ago
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