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31 comments to “Anonymous Group Planning Retaliation Over Christopher Dorner’s Death!”

  1. Jenn says – reply to this


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    I have thought there was something fishy going on when they announced the cabin was on fire and they did absolutely nothing to stop it. They said several times they didn't know if there were hostages but still did not put the fire out or send in fire fighters to search for people. They 100% burned the man on purpose because they had been doing such a piss poor job of capturing him. Another weird thing is that US Marshalls claimed that he tried to flee out the back door of the cabin but was pushed bak in. Who pushed him back in the cabin? I doubt he turned around and walked back in a burning building. Hopefully anonymous proves that they burned this man alive on purpose.



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    is it too hard to understand the police simply erased a witness of police corruption? there shouldn't be anything to hide. the monsters who did this must be brought to justice and legally judged; not just eliminated without judgement like they did to him.

  3. Jeff says – reply to this


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    Re: Jenn – Jenn, you're a disease! Do the world a favor and go jump off a bridge.



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    I'll keep my opinion on this whole thing to myself, but I have one quibble about this article:
    While "Anonymous" did indeed begin with a core group of online hackers, computer experts, and assorted "protesters," (for lack of a better word) basically anyone who calls themselves "anonymous" belongs to this group.
    That's the whole idea behind the name. ANYONE can be a member… ANYONE with a voice, an opinion, an argument, or a desire to express themselves against the bullies of big business, government, religion or education, etc.
    For example, many who took part in the huge protests against Scientology back in the early 2000's donned Guy Fawkes masks, (seen in the film "V for Vendetta" - a fantastic film, btw) and joined the "anonymous" crowd to fight as one mass. It was such a phenomenon that the mask is now commonly accepted as the "face" of anonymous.
    All as one… one as all… Anonymous.



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    Did anyone else get a batman vibe from this? like he was acting like the joker– he wouldnt stop the killings until batman took of his mask/wouldnt stop the killings until the police said he was innocent? not saying he was influenced by it or anything, it was just all i could think about this entire time



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    Why would they go in there and get him and risks their lives? They had no idea how many guns/bullets/weapons he had. He warned them he knew of all the tactile ways and he would use them on them.



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    no judge no jury just a witch hunt burned at the stake is this life in 2013



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    They "accidentally" set the cabin on fire? So they are telling us they are either incompetent at their jobs to let something like this happen, or they are lying about it being an accident. Take your pick.

  9. Francesca says – reply to this


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    He really looks like LL Cool J!!

  10. lotta merde says – reply to this


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    Anonymous's mind made up, don’t confuse them with facts.

  11. NE1 says – reply to this


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    I'm sorry but life skrews a lot of people over in different ways, but you don't kill people. The fact that he became a murderer when he snapped suggests he was crazy all along and that's why he got fired. He probably did lie about that person because he saw her as a threat. There may have been some mistakes in the way he was taken down but they did it the only way they knew how.

  12. Lib fools says – reply to this


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    You idiots. He deserved everything he got. How you retards can sympathize with that monster is beyond me. Fuck him and fuck you

  13. Alex says – reply to this


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    The standard procedure of dealing with racism and discrimination in the west including Canada and USA is that the authorities dismiss these kinds of complaints. Instead, they retaliate against the victims by firing them as they did to Christopher Dorner at LAPD and Salah Rahmani at university of Alberta, Canada, …. For God sake bring back justice to people. By these kinds of corrupt procedures and covering up racism and discrimination you, authorities, are creating more people like Christopher Dorner. By the way, human rights commissions are more corrupted than LAPD….



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    I think they wanted to shut him up, because dead men tells no tales. He did talk about the corruption in the lapd. DespiTe his crimes, there should have been a trial, but I don't think they wanted him to tell his story.



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    Honestly, this is something that should be investigated. I'm in no way defending what he did, but even the worst of criminals deserve to have a fair trial and to have their day in court. It is suspicious that the fire started so randomly and no effort was made to put it out or to get him or any hostages out. Its the job of police officers and firemen to save lives…not judge whether the victims deserve to be saved. Not condemning anyone of their actions, I understand that emotions ran high on this case and even the best people sometimes make bad decisions for the right reasons…but its something that should at least be investigated.

  16. Frank Jr says – reply to this


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    Re: Lib fools – He knew what he was doing and had a purpose for doing it. Yeah it was wrong in some people's eyes, but that doesnt make him crazy.



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    CNN released the autopsy that he died from a gunshot wound to the head. I'm a least a little curious as to why the cabin continued to burn and if the cops knew he was dead while it was burning. This whole story is more than a little crazy.

  18. jeff says – reply to this


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    Anonymous is the one group that really is like the law these days. They haven't done anything that I remember that I have disagreed with. I knew they were not gonna let Dorner out alive. He had a story to tell and no way were they gonna let him tell it.

  19. Kaitlyn says – reply to this


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    Re: Francesca – no… He really doesn't.

  20. Sharron says – reply to this


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    Re: Frank Jr – I agree with you. I do not agree with the action Mr. Dorner took in taking lives. However, He has a point there is discrimination everywhere - why we can not love each other in beyond me. Why are SOME whites threaten by blacks or people of color? Please let US this stupid(ness). Let focus of the crime with guns….. Peace!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If there is any truth about what Dorner alleged I pray it comes to light.



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    Sounds a lot like Waco. Police mess up then burn all the evidence.

  22. Sue says – reply to this


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    He was a murderer and had a lot of time to turn himself in. He chose to die. It was wrong what his partner did but it was not as horrible as killing four people. He took four lives so his life was taken. What were they supposed to do he was shooting cops were they suppose to go in the cabin and get killed or kill him. Life is choices he made poor ones and their were consequences. The end !!

  23. danielle says – reply to this


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    Re: NoExcuses – I think that they set the house on fire and he shot himself in the head to avoid death by fire. They said the gunshot wound was self inflicted. Think about it, if you were gonna die by fire would you lay back n burn to death- or shoot yourself. I would do it too.



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    I don't understand the libitard hypocrisy. When the right says shit like sandy hook is a government orchestrated event,etc people flip out..But now the liberals can claim this is sketchy and it's all ok? ROFL.

  25. Jenn says – reply to this


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    Re: Jeff – Yeah because that makes you look really mature and caring.

    What the man did was wrong, but in the US we have the right to a fair trial and he was not given one. Them saying he died by a self inficted gunshot wound is them trying to cover their own asses because they see people are questioning things.
    They claimed that the cabin was too hot to enter and that is why it wasn't searched. How was the cabin any hotter then another other burning building that fire fighters enter regularly to save others? They said MULTIPLE times they did not know if he had hostages, so why let those innocent lives burn alive? They didn't even try to put the damn fire out for hours. If they didn't know who all was in there they would have done more. They knew exactly what they were doing only they had the world watching and now they want to make it seem like they did no wrong.

  26. bjsmith says – reply to this


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    This man killed people and should have been punished. I just wish he had not died. The LAPD has always had a bad reputation. I would have love to hear from Dorner what really was the reason for his hostilities against the Dept. What are they hiding. I bet a movie will be out in the next two years.



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    This reminds me of the first Season of The TV show Dexter When Doakes knew that Dexter was the killer and was going to expose him the end Doakes a military veteran labeled bad cop was fired then labeled a killer in the end he dies in a cabin explosion.



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    Thats - not all that intelligent. Losing respect daily for 'Anonymous' which may as well be called 'Random'.

  29. Kerry says – reply to this


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    The police dept that was there when the cabin caught fire should be retaliated against. Dorner tried to escape the flames by going out the back door and they pushed him back inside so he would burn to death. They ALL should be held on manslaughter charges for this. There is no excuse for this to have happened. They could have just detained him when he came out but they did not what information he had to live.



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    ANONYMOUS IS NOT A GROUP.
    ANONYMOUS IS NOT ONE VOICE WITH ONE SPOKESPERSON.
    This post is written very, very poorly, and irresponsibly.
    ANONYMOUS is anyone who says they are. Most well-known Anon cells exist to publicize abuses of power, but prefer to do so without breaking any laws. But again, ANYONE can call themselves "Anonymous" and say they're going to do anything they want. That's both the beauty– and trouble– with an egalitarian collective.
    This post should be rewritten to refer to "an Anonymous cell" or " a group referring to themselves as Anonymous" instead of "Anonymous".

  31. A says – reply to this


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    Be very careful what you write. We do not forgive.