This sad situation is so complicated.
All of this comes only days after the 30-year-old filed for divorce from her husband of over a year.
LAPD Sgt. Marlon Marrache described officers' experience at the scene, saying:
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If you look at the language in the three separate rewards posted for Christopher Dorner's whereabouts, it seems like none of the multiple private citizens who helped bring him down will get any kind of reward at all! That's bullshizz!!
Here's why: each of the rewards — the $1 million and two $100k rewards — all stipulate a payout based on the capture AND conviction of Dorner. He wasn't captured OR convicted, as they're all assuming the charred remains in the house belong to a deceased Dorner. If he's dead, they don't have to pay out.
If you add that to the speculation that the cops were the ones who set the fire, you've got a lot of people wondering if the city and the LAPD never intended to pay out on these rewards anyway, because they never intended to take Dorner alive!
You'd think they'd be grateful for the help, and ignore the specifics in the wording just to benefit the private citizens that did their part… especially after the cops accidentally kept shooting/shooting at citizens while looking for him!
If nobody sees this reward from this, we hope that won't stop people from coming forward down the road if something like this ever happens again (and we hope it doesn't!).
In the meantime, the world is still waiting to hear if the remains are, in fact, Christopher Dorner. We're all pretty sure it is.
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