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Christopher Dorner Suspected Dead, Cabin Completely Destroyed By Fire!

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No confirmation has been given, but Christopher Dorner might indeed be dead right now.

Nearby onlookers report hearing a single gunshot when the blaze began and now, hours later, the fire completely destroyed his cabin and it appears the madness might be ending.

The leading theory is that perhaps someone shot him dead right as the fire began.

Again, no one will confirm the suspect's death, but eye-witnesses say cops are wandering around the scene "nonchalantly" as if the threat has been neutralized.

Also, highways are being reopened in the area and that must be a sign that police are confident the former LAPD officer is not going anywhere.

Dorner allegedly killed at least four since Super Bowl Sunday; we sincerely hope this tragic spree of violence is finally over.

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24 comments to “Christopher Dorner Suspected Dead, Cabin Completely Destroyed By Fire!”

  1. Flinders says – reply to this


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    And then the body isn't gonna be found and the Dorner conspiracy theories can begin..



  2. 2

    the whole thing stinks



  3. 3

    but would make one hellava movie



  4. 4

    It's more likely he committed suicide because he was cornered.

    I wonder whether he brought those oxygen tanks into the cabin & whether they were hit by gunshots & that's how the fire started?

    This man was deeply disturbed & became a danger to everyone around. It's a shame he had to kill so many innocent people instead of looking for a sane way to address his problems.

    I'm just glad there won't be anymore victims of this man.

  5. kY says – reply to this


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    Burnt alive, damn! Movie is over… #CNN

  6. tempe says – reply to this


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    WTF ? You can't even report gossip accurately much less REAL news. This trend of yours sandwiching tragedy news between gossip news just doesn't work. Obviously youre trying to gain more clicks. You fuckin fraud.

  7. James says – reply to this


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    The deputy that died deserved it for getting in the way of the truth.

  8. LoL@English says – reply to this


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    Again, no one will confirm the suspect's death, but eye-witnesses say cops are wondering around the scene "nonchalantly" as if the threat has been neutralized.

    Really? They are wondering?

    Kill yourself.

  9. oneal says – reply to this


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    Where did you get all this from? Fraud! They said that the shot after the fire started to blaze maybe could have been the fire cracking. Get your gossips and shove them up your ass!

  10. Barry says – reply to this


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    Dorners a hero! Fuck the police!



  11. 11

    what Robert said I am surprised that a mom can earn 5949 in 1 month on the computer. did you look at this link fb26.com



  12. 12

    death by execution

    taken from wikipedia
    Dorner is a former Naval Reserve lieutenant (O-3) who was honorably discharged.

    Dorner was commissioned in 2002, commanded a security unit at Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada, and served with a Mobile Inshore Undersea Warfare Unit from June 23, 2004, to February 28, 2006. He was deployed to Bahrain with Coastal Riverine Group Two from November 3, 2006, to April 23, 2007.[7] Dorner was honorably discharged from the Navy Reserve on February 1, 2013.

    In 2002, Dorner and a classmate found a bag belonging to Enid Korean Church of Grace in Enid, Oklahoma. They turned it in to the police. When asked their motive, Dorner said "it's an integrity thing." "The military stresses integrity," Dorner said. "There was a couple of thousand dollars, and if people are willing to give that to a church, it must be pretty important to them." Dorner said his mother taught him honesty and integrity.[8]

  13. Shane says – reply to this


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    Re: James – he deserved to die wow that is messed up to say. I think there is some truth to what Christopher says like there might be some sort of cover up for his training officer but you can't say this deputy deserved to die, this guy is dangerous he needs to be caught even if everything he says is true he doesn't have to start killing people. I don't think Perez should be writing this stuff out until it is for sure that he is dead.

  14. God says – reply to this


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    Re: Barry

    You should join him in Hell, then. I'll provide the bullet free of charge.



  15. 15

    something fishy about someone so revelled and worked so hard to be gunned down like a dog 2-3 weeks later dont u think Re: Barry – exactly

  16. Shawna says – reply to this


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    It's sad that it had to come down like this. If the LAPD would of open his case maybe it would of had a different ending. By all means I do not believe that he should of killed anyone he was wrong by taking innocent lives.

  17. thais says – reply to this


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    What I think is that there is a hole or some way for Dorner to get out. And he put the cabin on fire so the police would think hes dead but not actually dead.

  18. blockstarr1986 says – reply to this


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    Re: kY – its still not comfirmed if he is dead or alive?

  19. Openyourelespeople says – reply to this


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    Re: LI_Mom – He was not insane. You sound like one of the typical "I believe everything I am told" people. Did you even read his manifesto? Or even look at it? He DID try the proper channels to get things resolved, but the issue is a corrupt system that covers the police first. HE "crossed the blue line" meaning he was not going to keep secret the corruption of the LAPD. This is not a story about a man who went crazy, but a man who was defamed because he went against the system.

    The LAPD shot 3 innocent people who looked nothing like Dorner because they wanted him dead that bad. The police in this country are not accountable for their actions, and that was Dorners issue.

    The man should be hailed as a hero for fighting for whats right.

  20. Police advocate says – reply to this


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    Perez posse number 777, James, Barry and whoever else comments likewise as these fools; you all can burn in HELL along with Dorner. All he was was a narcissistic psycho murderer. No one deserved to die at his hands.



  21. 21

    Re: Openyourelespeople

    And you're one of those typical people who automatically believes the rantings of a man who has killed innocent people & has sworn a vendetta against a whole police force because he was fired from a job?

    Sorry but anybody who turns to a murderous rampage because he has been fired from a job & then years later finally cracks is NOT playing with a full deck anymore.

    This guy's manifesto shows him harboring serious grudges & anger all the way back to his childhood.

    Just another spree killer who blames everyone else for his anti-social behavior.



  22. 22

    Re: LoL@English – Spell check does not fix everything. Were they wondering or wandering?



  23. 23

    Smells like bacon.

  24. @v@ says – reply to this


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    He should have turned himself into Naval Command. He might have had the opportunity to be heard through his lawyer in a formal setting.