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updated: Feb 07, 2013, 1:54 PM

A Lompoc police captain is named in a lengthy, rambling manifesto posted online under the name of a former Los Angeles police officer who is suspected in three fatal shootings.

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http://santamariatimes.com/news/local/lompoc-police-captain-named-in-dorner-manifesto/article_a4985748-7164-11e2-891d-001a4bcf887a.html

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 ROGER DODGER agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 02:20 PM

I had a feeling he might be headed this way..

 

 COMMENT 371938 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 02:24 PM

if only 15% of the manifesto is true - thats some serious corruption

 

 COMMENT 371944 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 02:40 PM

VC Star reporting that he went to Cal. Lutheran in 1997. He has ties to our area so be on the lookout.

 

 COMMENT 371955 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 02:56 PM

It sounds like they fired him because he told the truth on a fellow officer who had kicked a person in custody in the chest twice. The board protected the crooked cop and fired this guy. Now we're here.

Crooked cops chasing a deranged cop, shooting two innocent bystanders in the process. When asked about the guy on the loose, the cops said he was shooting innocent people. You mean like the two innocent women shot by cops for being in a Nissan truck?

This is what you get when you throw money at the police department and then have them self-police their own. The fox guarding the hen house. The whole thing is sick and twisted. They'll make this guy into a monster to protect their thin blue line, even if he is a monster. Who trained this guy? The cops.

Nice job, guys.

 

 COMMENT 371958 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 03:07 PM

It sounds like they fired him because he told the truth on a fellow officer who had kicked a person in custody in the chest twice. The board protected the crooked cop and fired this guy. Now we're here.

Crooked cops chasing a deranged cop, shooting two innocent bystanders in the process. When asked about the guy on the loose, the cops said he was shooting innocent people. You mean like the two innocent women shot by cops for being in a Nissan truck?

This is what you get when you throw money at the police department and then have them self-police their own. The fox guarding the hen house. The whole thing is sick and twisted. They'll make this guy into a monster to protect their thin blue line, even if he is a monster. Who trained this guy? The cops.

Nice job, guys.

 

 COMMENT 371973P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 03:27 PM

Oh phuleeeze! No matter what wrong was committed against him, you just don't go shooting people!

 

 COMMENT 371975 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 03:29 PM

He lived in TO, too. Scary stuff.
973: What do you mean? Everyone who was wrongfully terminated doesn't go on a killing rampage? Huh.

 

 COMMENT 371986P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 03:52 PM

just read the manifesto, it's so crazy it almost seems fictional. the LAPD finally bit off more corruption than they could chew. i'm surprised this doesn't happen more often.

 

 COMMENT 372004P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 04:27 PM

gee i lost a job unfairly from a local government agency- saw lots of corruption- reported it and then went on with my life.

 

 COMMENT 372006 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 04:35 PM

The LAPD is crooked as a dog's hind leg, and I have no doubts whatsoever that the ex-cop was fired for telling the truth. That doesn't justify the murders he committed, but the fact that he's a murderer doesn't mean that the LAPD should be allowed to get away with the brutal way they treat American citizens on a daily basis.

There is only one difference between a thug and a thug with a badge: The thug with the badge is able to get away with it.

 

 COMMENT 372016P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 05:12 PM

Reads like an interesting fictional novel. Not one we'd like to live in however.

 

 COMMENT 372044P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 07:21 PM

My thoughts are with the Deming family, and all the others in danger, and the victims.

 

 COMMENT 372056 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 08:10 PM

I encourage everyone to read the entire "manifesto". If true, this rhas been through a lot and is describing in detail some very serious criminal activity inside of the LAPD. Decide for yourself. The next few days will be interesting.

 

 COMMENT 372065P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-07 08:35 PM

Why bother to read the manifesto? We live in SB, not LA.

Keep LA away.

 

 COMMENT 372097 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-08 06:46 AM

@065P
Because the LAPD is going all over Southern California and shooting innocent civilians now. Did you hear about the two people they shot in Torrance yesterday morning because they thought they found the suspect? The suspect is a 6' tall, 33 y/o, 270 lb, black male. The LAPD confused him with two elderly Asian women delivering newspapers, and the cops sent both to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds. Then they shot up another innocent person because the person was driving a truck that was the same color as the suspect.

Just because we're not in LA doesn't mean the LAPD's thugs won't come up here and start shooting us as retaliation.

 

 COMMENT 372104 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-08 07:09 AM

There's no reason to be so hyperbolic, 006. Yes, the shooting of innocents is terrible and there is no excuse for it. But trying to get people ruled up by implying that it'slikely the LAPD will come up to Santa Barbara and start shooting scores of civilians when it's only been three individuals in LA is just cruel scare tactics.

 

 COMMENT 372140 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-08 08:02 AM

065p.. LA is here, in case you haven't been out of your house lately. Sb is LA annex.

 

 COMMENT 372172 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-08 09:02 AM

Im with him. LAPD has always been corrupt and is finally on blast. He presented the media with tons of info i hope they look into. Although killing innocents is wrong the LAPD is even more so in the wrong

 

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