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Old 02-08-2013, 09:48 AM   #51
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My bad CNN showed a Green ford explorer. I do apologize.

I am reading the manifest right now.

But I'm thinking this fits.

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So far from what I've read he was pushed too far and flipped out.
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Old 02-08-2013, 10:40 AM   #52
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I told my wife I hope he is found on our Big Bear cabin property and gets shot and killed on the driveway. Nutso people would then love to rent out our cabin as the infamous "death of a maniac" cabin.

BTW, in a creepy feeling, does anyone think that his whistle blowing on a fellow cop is the reason why he was fired?

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The guy had lost it. Mentioning Tebows football woes in the manifesto?
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Old 02-08-2013, 10:58 AM   #54
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Anyone else think of the Michael Douglas movie "Falling Down"?

Premise is different, but the vibe is similar: vigilante justice.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fall...lers/10905032/
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Old 02-08-2013, 11:08 AM   #55
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Anyone else think of the Michael Douglas movie "Falling Down"?

Premise is different, but the vibe is similar: vigilante justice.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fall...lers/10905032/
Would that be the great movie with this in it....."DEFENSE"?
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Old 02-08-2013, 11:44 AM   #56
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This guy is crazy. I think. It sure seems like it.

But man, it sure looks like he's got a point when you see the bullet holes they put in this vehicle of two innocent women they apparently thought was him:

I mean - look at that:


Whatever comes of this, the LAPD is going to come out looking terrible and deserving of serious scrutiny - meaning this guy has already accomplished what he set out to do.
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Old 02-08-2013, 11:47 AM   #57
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Bullet holes the size of matzaballs!
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Old 02-08-2013, 12:07 PM   #58
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The vast majority of law enforcement in in the U.S. has pretty much always been corrupt. From the colonial days til now. Any trust that people put in them was generally born of naiveté.
Considering the size of American law enforcement, I am always surprised at how few problems we have. I have traveled quite a bit, and I can tell you, we have it pretty good.
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Anyone else think of the Michael Douglas movie "Falling Down"?

Premise is different, but the vibe is similar: vigilante justice.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fall...lers/10905032/
YES, I was telling that to my wife as well! Totally sounds like that movie in a parallel way. Guy has kind of a legitimate beef with someone but then goes a little too nuts and ends up being the villein.
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Old 02-08-2013, 12:14 PM   #60
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This guy is crazy. I think. It sure seems like it.

But man, it sure looks like he's got a point when you see the bullet holes they put in this vehicle of two innocent women they apparently thought was him:

I mean - look at that:


Whatever comes of this, the LAPD is going to come out looking terrible and deserving of serious scrutiny - meaning this guy has already accomplished what he set out to do.
I completely agree, before they lit up this car even. When a person is driven to snap like this and blames the fundamentals of a large institution like the LAPD. The result is almost some form of self reflection and change.

But I think this event leads to even greater changes with LAPD.
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Old 02-08-2013, 01:37 PM   #61
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I'm confused at why there is such a discrepancy in the images of this truck. Check out this one:



And this one:

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Ah, duh... Evidence stickers... or something.
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Old 02-08-2013, 01:47 PM   #63
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I'm confused at why there is such a discrepancy in the images of this truck. Check out this one:



And this one:

I'm guessing by them getting on the roof they are looking bullet holes up there as well. They have shell markers all the way up the drive way.
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Anyone else think of the Michael Douglas movie "Falling Down"?

Premise is different, but the vibe is similar: vigilante justice.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fall...lers/10905032/
I said this earlier in this thread. "It's that movie." They took his life from him. I have been reading his manifest. He has flipped his lid, but he was pushed that way. It's not some dude that's just lost it. Like I said unless you are someone that screwed him over or related to someone who screwed him over you have nothing to worry about. Seems like a nice guy really. He tried to do the right thing and lost everything for it. All he wants is an apology and fro them to admit what they did and he will stop. I believe him too. There is something big here that they are not letting on to. They proved it when they lit up those ladies. They wanted no words spoken. I would also like to know whats going to happen to them for the shooting of those ladies. they flat unloaded everything they had on them. Totally uncalled for. I'm getting to tired of cops. It's getting out of hand.

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This guy is crazy. I think. It sure seems like it.

But man, it sure looks like he's got a point...

Whatever comes of this, the LAPD is going to come out looking terrible and deserving of serious scrutiny - meaning this guy has already accomplished what he set out to do.
The difference between him being a cult hero and a villain is that he targeted the innocent kid of the cop. If it weren't for that, he'd have a fanclub in LA. He might still.

Just keep in mind that this isn't his final solution or anything. He talks big but he knows he can't do anything. He said the only thing that brings attention to a cause is death (or something to that effect). That's all this is about - talking big and feeling like a hero in his own mind until he gets himself killed.
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Outside of war I don't believe killing is ever justified.

And the news story on my friend Sheron

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This guy must have made a bee line for Mexico or is holed up at an acquaintance's house. Likely had a motorcycle stashed somewhere up in the mountains. Burned the truck as a diversion and walked to his getaway motorcycle. Helmet covers up his face as well, perfect disguise.
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Considering the size of American law enforcement, I am always surprised at how few problems we have. I have traveled quite a bit, and I can tell you, we have it pretty good.
Police are corrupt all over the world. The reason ours are better than many, or more accurately more careful with the **** they pull, is because we are a democracy with freedom of speech and freedom of the press. And even then you'd probably be surprised if you knew the amount of under the table deals and setups taking place on a regular basis. For instance, I know for a fact that the small town sheriff forces in the San Luis Valley were paid off by drug smugglers to run drugs through their counties when I was growing up down there (apparently it was easier to do that than go up I-25).

If you can't tell, I have a very low opinion of law enforcement.
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If you want the sad news . The truck that was burned was a sport-trac. The one they shot up was an explorer. Funny how the news forgot to say anything about that. I think those cops clearly are covering something big up. He says right in his letter. Tell the truth and ill stop. Why dont they just tell the truth?
That's like asking why most politicians in Washington will never tell the truth. Because the truth would destroy them.
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That's like asking why most politicians in Washington will never tell the truth. Because the truth would destroy them.
!well they have a big problem then. The truth is coming for them.
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The LAPD is thanking the Lord right now for the Boston Snowstorm, or this thing would be the number one thing running. It might not matter. This looks to be the "OJ moment" or maybe more apt "Rodney King moment" of this generation. Only this one isn't going away with a court settlement that doesn't end in "Guilty" or "Not Guilty" for a lot of people involved.
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The LAPD is thanking the Lord right now for the Boston Snowstorm, or this thing would be the number one thing running. It might not matter. This looks to be the "OJ moment" or maybe more apt "Rodney King moment" of this generation. Only this one isn't going away with a court settlement that doesn't end in "Guilty" or "Not Guilty" for a lot of people involved.
It's one thing to shoot some folks before anyone's really looking for him. Once it was known he declared war, things changed. If he can take some down while the whole force is looking for him, the story will blow up.
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He's a cop killer and I can't wait for him to get shot in the face.
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The LAPD is thanking the Lord right now for the Boston Snowstorm, or this thing would be the number one thing running. It might not matter. This looks to be the "OJ moment" or maybe more apt "Rodney King moment" of this generation. Only this one isn't going away with a court settlement that doesn't end in "Guilty" or "Not Guilty" for a lot of people involved.
LAPD has their fair share of **** ups, but everything I've read the past couple days suggest that this guy is mentally ill and has been for a long time.
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LAPD has their fair share of **** ups, but everything I've read the past couple days suggest that this guy is mentally ill and has been for a long time.
This. I have no doubts the LAPD is a crap organization, but it looks like he's extremely full of ****.
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