LAPD Brass Decides To Reopen The Firing Of Chris Dorner In 2009

They want to make sure they weren’t unfair to him. Maybe that’ll bring back those he killed.

Los Angeles police announced Saturday that it would reopen the investigation into the firing of Christopher Jordan Dorner from the LAPD, apparently prompting Dorner’s vengeful rampage that has left three people dead.

Chief Charlie Beck is reopening the investigation because he wants “to insure the public that the LAPD is fair and transparent,” Cmdr. Andrew Smith said at a late-afternoon news conference at LAPD’s headquarters downtown.

Dorner was stripped of his badge in 2009 after a police disciplinary board found him guilty of making false statements against his training officer, Teresa Evans. In August 2007, Dorner accused Evans of kicking a mentally ill man during an arrest in San Pedro.”

That’ll help the morale of the force.

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One Response to LAPD Brass Decides To Reopen The Firing Of Chris Dorner In 2009

  1. Testa Sterone says:

    After the fact, seems to be a little late to be figuring out if you were unfair to somebody. The LAPD is now going to officially whitewash this whole affair and declare themselves the innocent victims of Dorner’s wrath as well. You can’t expect those in authority to declare that they were wrong in the first place and then announce that Dorner is, himself, a victim of unfair treatment??? It ain’t gonna happen folks!!!