Chris Dorner Dead: Police "All But Certain" Body Found Inside Cabin is Fugitive Killer

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Law enforcement sources say they are all but certain that Chris Dorner is dead following an intense shootout Tuesday in the mountains near Big Bear, Calif.

A body has been found inside a Big Bear cabin, where former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner barricaded himself inside after a gun battle with police.

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The cabin eventually went up in flames. Positive ID may take a while because the remains was badly burned, but police think they have their man.

Cops cornered Dorner in the remote cabin after reports came in that he robbed a nearby home, tied up the couple living in it and fled in a white pickup truck.

A state Fish & Game ranger fired on the vehicle, and cops closed in soon after, resulting in a violent standoff, during which tons of shots were fired.

Two San Bernardino County deputies were wounded during the gun battle, and one later died at the hospital, bringing Dorner's body count to four.

It's unclear how exactly Chris Dorner died yesterday.

Officials reportedly heard a single gunshot around the time the cabin turned into an inferno, and theorize that the 33-year-old might have shot himself.

He is accused of murdering three people, including one police officer, before yesterday in a spree of shootings that took place February 3-7 in California.

Two other police officers were injured in the shootings, which sparked widespread panic and a massive manhunt across the state over the past week.

A former cop who was fired in 2008, Dorner posted a rambling manifesto declaring "unconventional and asymmetric warfare" on the LAPD and their families.

In the manifesto, Dorner also expressed his admiration for countless celebrities, including Charlie Sheen, Bill Cosby, Larry David, and Ellen DeGeneres.

Sheen told the fugitive in a video message to call him in an attempt to talk this through and halt the killings; the actor's plea sadly went unanswered.

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I certainly hope the state ,ca or city LA is planning on paying for the destruction of whom ever owns cabin. Now all you people that done wrong don't have to own up now. We have law enforcement in our family,but never had any that done things they shouldn't. I believe noone is above the law.

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By what we know, before and after, is only what the media has told us. So no one of any of us has a real clue as to what happened, but you can be sure it wasn at all good. From what I've seen and heard this is a case of dead men tell no lies. This isn't just one police department either but ALL of them. It does no good for anyone to have exclusive right and power to investigate their own actions because the outcome is unreliable. Even the President finds no objection to personally killing Americans abroad. How soon will it be before he has no objection to killing Americans here in this country? Sure, they were terrorits...but how long before anyone who speaks out against Obama or the Democratic Party are considered terrorist s? How can we not be sure that this case and article above is not the present local manner for this idiology? Read how Hitler and Mousolini solidified their power n Germany and Italy before WWII and if you can't see the similarities you need to pull you head out of your ass for real.

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Tons of shots fired? That made me laugh

Kaemicha

Until and unless concrete evidence comes to fruition, proving that Dorner is indeed dead, I cannot believe all the reports that say..'we are certain'."'police think they have their man" - just not good enough for me.
Oh, and as far as the LAPD being corrupt. Really, people? All police departments are corrupt. None more than the Portland police department who are repeatedly reviewed by the Feds and reported to be corrupt.

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I say the LAPD needs to be investigated. I knew they were corrupt. But they have taken to another level

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Black people are really sad.
I keep hearing some of you saying that he killed innocent people.but when this man served in the military and killed innocent people, no one judged his action then. Is it because america deemed them enemies? Look what this man understood is what most all blacks fail to understand. If i have the right to go to someone else country and kill people who did absolutely nothing against me just because my country said "they are enemies" don't this tell me that when my country becomes my enemy, i have just as a right to defend myself as he did when fighting for this country. Black people quit fearing white america. Just because they deem someone innocent or deem them an enemy. Don't mean you have to view it as they do. They are not God. They convince people to believe they have the right to do wrong and set laws. But have you ever asked yourself, who gave them this right. What dorner did is what he know to be true. If my country conditioned me to kill my enemy, then that is what i do. You can't see it one way like white america. Stop being trained to look at right and wrong from their point of view. What all blacks should have done is support him verbally and physically, as should all black policeman nationwide. STAND UP BLACK PEOPLE, FIGHT THE REAL WAR AND NOT THE WARS YOU ARE CONDITIONED TO FIGHT.

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@ hebrew kane

Give me a break. Is it that you are uneducated ,that you do not know the difference between right and wrong. That ex-cop killed someone who did nothing to him. This has nothing to do with white people . Pure ignorance!!

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