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February 11, 2013

Hundreds of tips regarding the whereabouts of former cop Christopher Jordan Dorner have been submitted to the LAPD.

  • 600 tips have been submitted since the LAPD began offering a $1 million reward for information that leads to the arrest of Christopher Jordan Dorner,  the former cop accused of several killings in recent weeks. The reward has only been on the table for 24 hours, which certainly suggets that the LAPD can expect to hear a great deal more from the public as word of the high-value reward continues to spread. source
14:43 // 1 year ago
May 19, 2011

Bin Laden: Technology replaces the need for cash rewards

  • $25 million reward for Bin Laden’s capture; no one’s getting it source

» Not unless they pay it out to a computer, anyway. U.S. officials are saying that no one directly gave the U.S. information that lead to Osama bin Laden’s capture, but instead attribute it to technology. They tracked Bin Laden’s most trusted courier through his cell phone, they found his compound by using stealth drones, and they’ll be keeping their money, thank you very much. If computers had feelings, they’d be devastated.

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13:41 // 2 years ago