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.
The internal affairs investigation concluded that she had not kicked the man and that Dorner’s statements were false.
Dorner has killed three people, including a Riverside police officer, and injured others in a campaign to take revenge on those he blamed for his dismissal from the LAPD, police said.
Dorner is currently suspected of being in the San Bernardino Mountains. His manifesto explained, in great detail, why he felt he had been wronged by the police department.
21:28 // 1 year ago
Are we better off than we were four years ago? Let’s ask Obama’s surrogates
- we aren’t On Sunday, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley said we weren’t better off than we were four years ago, but blamed Bush, not Obama. ”Without a doubt, we are not as well off as we were before George Bush brought us the Bush job losses, Bush recessions, the Bush deficits, the series of desert wars, charged for the first time to credit cards,” he told ”Face the Nation.”
- we are But everyone deserves to be contradicted sometimes, and in this case, Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa disagrees with the Maryland governor. ”We are better off. We’ve had 29 consecutive months of growth - 4 1/2 million jobs. In fact, more jobs in that time than the 8 years under [President] Bush.” What do you think? Are we better off than we were? source
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10:48 // 2 years ago