Tuesday, February 12, 2013

LL might wanna reconsider going back to cali....,


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Dale Asberry said...

lol

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uglyblackjohn said...

He hid in BIG BEAR? There are only three other Blacks in that town so he must have been easy to spot. But many in that White-Repulicantown also chose isolation so he may have had some support had he not killed civlians.

makheru bradley said...

[Brian Bentley left the LAPD in 1999 after serving ten years with the Department. He was a police officer in 1992 during the uprising and was assigned to guard O.J. Simpson’s house in Brentwood during the infamous trial. He served under police chiefs Daryl Gates, Bayan Lewis, Willie Williams, and Bernard Parks. However, he was fired for writing the book One Time: The Story of a South Central Los Angeles Police Officer that detailed the massive misconduct and racism he witnessed during his time at the LAPD’s Southwest and West L.A. divisions.

He says that when he left the Department he had a manifesto of his own. Not one that involved killing anyone, but a list of people who had wronged him during his time at the Department.

When the Department terminated you, they intentionally tried to ruin your life,” Bentley explains. “That’s how they discredited you. Dorner isn’t the first ex-police officer to have a manifesto or some sort of hit list.”]

http://www.eurweb.com/2013/02/ex-la-cop-brian-bentley-on-dorner-manifesto-not-only-do-i-believe-it-but-i-lived-it/
If nothing else, Christopher Dorner has opened a can of worms.

CNu said...

People have no idea how common that corrupt and systematic institutional "ruin you" shit actually is..., but anytime I see the conjunction of personnel/administrative law/civil law - I see someone being pushed through an increasingly hopeless meat grinder designed specifically for that purpose.

Zardoz said...

lol, "Yeah, officer, I saw a guy who fit teh description just a few miles from here!"

makheru bradley said...

Dot connecting: Dorner to MOVE
http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/police-state/chris-dorner-wacoed.html

"Think of the press as a great keyboard on which the government can play." Paul Joseph Goebbels

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