Alleged Murderer Christopher Dorner Is Still at Large

Monday, February 11, 2013

A Hollywood-style manhunt has gripped the city of Los Angeles for the past several days. Christopher Dorner, a former Los Angeles police officer wanted for the murder of three people, including the daughter of a former L.A.P.D. captain, has been at large for more than four days. Yesterday a Lowe's home improvement big box store was cleared and searched because of a possible sighting of Dorner on a security video.

Dorner's picture is everywhere, his incoherent manifesto posted online is being discussed by terrorized citizens of Los Angeles over coffee and in the workplace as hourly reports describe him as at large, armed, and extremely dangerous. A million dollar reward has been announced for the help in his capture.

Ian Lovett is a reporter for The New York Times based in Los Angeles.

Comments [3]

RUCB_Alum from Central New Jersey

Chris Dorner's actions were reprehensible and unnecessary. There must be a better way for him to have expressed his outrage from his treatment by the LAPD but the story is far from over and his 'manifesto' as rambling and poorly edited as it is, should deserves to be researched and followed up on rather than merely dismissed as 'rant'. Dorner chose a really poor way of exprssing his outrage over his treatment but for a person who considers himself a journalist to let it go as one more crazy is disrespectful of the four people who Chris has killed.

Feb. 13 2013 11:15 AM
Larry Fisher from Brooklyn, N.Y.

the guy could have gotten ten million if he just dropped off this lunatic script to just about any Hollywood agent.

Feb. 11 2013 01:04 PM

Why is the politics of the "incoherent manifesto" to be avoided? The politics of rampaging criminals and the news sources they frequented used to be so very important to the media and now suddenly, not so much.

This month has become a series of stark political double standards that are supposed to be ignored and reframed to weave yet another fraudulent media narrative.

Feb. 11 2013 11:40 AM

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