Christopher Dorner, the ex-LAPD cop accused in a revenge-style rampage that left three people dead, an ambush shooting of two others and terror threats against former fellow officers and their families, has a following. Those on the left, who abhor guns in the hands of law abiding citizens apparently have no such concerns when weapons are used against innocents by radical murderers.
Dorner’s deadly saga began last Sunday when he murdered Monica Quan, 27, the daughter of a former LAPD captain, and her fiancé Keith Lawrence as they sat in their car outside their Irvine, California home.
It is now being reported that in a particularly heinous move, the fugitive ex-cop called Randall Quan, to taunt him about his daughter’s death, telling him he should have “protected her better.” Randall Quan represented Dorner at the review board where he was stripped of his badge.
Dorner, 33, a onetime Navy lieutenant who served in Iraq, was fired from the LAPD in 2008 for lying about a fellow officer he accused of misconduct. In a rambling multi-page “manifesto,” he has now vowed to wreak revenge by “killing officers and their families.”
Authorities in Los Angeles have offered a $1 million reward for information leading to his capture — as a massive manhunt continues for Dorner, whom they believe to be heavily armed. The search is centered in the San Bernardino mountains where Dorner was last seen. Officers are also looking for him near the homes of 50 LAPD families who were threatened by the former officer.
On his Facebook page he threatened to “bring warfare” to the LAPD and “utilize every bit of small arms training, demolition, ordinance and survival training I’ve been given.” He has ominously warned that he has shoulder-launched surface-to-air missiles to “knock out” any helicopters used to pursue him.
Yet inconceivably, Dorner now has fans. A supportive Facebook page “Dorner for President” proclaims: “We propose electing a man who could no longer sit idly by and watch as malicious tyrants abuse the innocent.” The description on “We Are All Chris Dorner” disturbingly says, “Yes, this is war.” Another “I Support Christopher Jordan Dorner,” shows nearly 3,000 people “like” the page. Yet another chillingly states, “He is God for now, and I support him.”
Lunacy reigns supreme in Liberal land.