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Christopher Dorner Manhunt: Hostage Couple Key To Taking Him Down?! WATCH HERE!

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What a terrifying ordeal!!!

The now notorious cop-killer Christopher Dorner may very well be sleeping the eternal sleep, but he could still be on the run if it were not for brave couple Karen and Jim Reynolds!!

Dorner BROKE IN to the Reynolds' Big Bear cabin and took the pair HOSTAGE!!!

Find out JUST what happened next by pressing play (above)!

Thank goodness Dorner decided NOT to kill the married duo, as the second he left the cabin in their Nissan Rogue SUV, they called 911 alerting the police to his whereabouts and, well, the rest is gruesome history.

And as horrifying as Christopher's crimes were, we only hope he has finally found some sort of peace.

[Video via AP.]

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6 comments to “Christopher Dorner Manhunt: Hostage Couple Key To Taking Him Down?! WATCH HERE!”

  1. kY says – reply to this


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    Man, I would have loved to direct this whole saga into a movie. Maybe then it would have qualified to be posted on this celebrity gossip site. I would have even cast you as Chris Dorner, Perez. About the same age, right? LOLz

  2. Jeff says – reply to this


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    This is the first obvious use of NDAA on a U.S. citizen. With the audio tapes and the media black out all in all a very sad day for what the U.S. is suppose to stand for.



  3. 3

    I hope this couple get the million dollars. They deserve it. If it wasn't for what they went through and getting untied quick…the police would have never caught Dorner so soon. Bless them. That had to be so frightening!

  4. canuckcutie says – reply to this


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    He was never going to harm civilians. He had ample opportunity to just go wild and kill anyone he came across since I'm sure he knew how this was going to end, but he didn't. In all honesty, I feel bad for the guy. I think he got a really bad bargain and it sent him off the deep end. This entire mess is the fault of the LAPD and could have been prevented. It's just shameful. The blood of everyone who did die, is on THEIR hands.



  5. 5

    Sorry Mario sometimes your comments are so idiotic.. One almost wonders if you're not part of the LAPD campaign… Life is not always black & white and for sure not pink…



  6. 6

    Have a couple of cousins who work for LA Sheriffs (not that they have not had their share of problems but it is mainly jail related). I cannot recount the stories they have told me about the LAPD. You know, it once used to be a good police force, I grew up in the 60's and got stopped once by an officer. I was in junior college and got a bit mouthy with him (no curse words or calling him a pig) and he was very patient and polite.