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Christopher Dorner
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    (June 4, 1979-February 12, 2013)
    Born in New York City, New York
    Los Angeles police officer (2005-08)
    Terminated for making false statements accusing another officer of kicking a suspect
    Shot and killed the daughter of an LAPD officer and her fiance (February 3, 2013)
    Ambushed a police car, shooting two officers, one fatally (February 7, 2013)
    Shot two San Bernardino police officers, killing one, during a standoff at a cabin in Big Bear Lake, California (February 12, 2013)
    Committed suicide later that day after the cabin caught fire
    An ex-girlfriend left a message on the website, warning women about his extreme mood swings.
    During LAPD training, he was accused of punching another recruit and was suspended for accidentally discharging a firearm.
    He did not accuse officer Teresa Evans of using excessive force until two weeks after the alleged incident -- coincidentally, just after Evans gave him a poor performace review.
    Three witnesses testified that Evans did not strike the suspect.
    He posted on Facebook a manifesto threatening a dozen LAPD officers and their families.
    His first victim was the daughter of the officer who defended him at the termination hearings and claimed he was being made a scapegoat. (Ingrate.)
    He terrorized southern California for nine days.
    He said his motive was clearing his name, but he chose a method that seems counterproductive at best.
    He was adopted as a folk hero by, as one analyst put it, extremists on 'the Chomsky-esque Left and the Ron Paul Right, who view the killer's manifesto as an articulate indictment of the 'police state' they have always opposed.'
    He claimed to have been the target of racist name calling in elementary and high school.
    He was a decorated Naval Reservist.
    He said he was only targeting police and their families and stuck to it: he did not harm the owner of a boat he attempted to steal, the owner of a pickup he carjacked, or the two owners of a condo who recognized him.
    If you were a civilian in southern California, you may have been at greater risk from the police than Dorner: in two separate incidents, police fired on pickup trucks that they thought resembled Dorner's, injuring the occupants, even though in one case the driver was a white man and in the other the occupents were two Hispanic women.
    In his manifesto, he expressed regret that he would miss Shark Week and 'The Hangover III.'

Credit: C. Fishel

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