Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Rogue Ex-Cop, Christopher Dorner Siege: Audio Reveals Intent by LAPD to Burn Down Cabin (2nd UPDATE)

"Cops fired incendiary tear gas into a suspected killer’s hideout, igniting an inferno that helped end one of the most intense manhunts in California history, officials said today....
...Cops first fired traditional tear gas into the cabin, but that didn't immediately bring a surrender, officials said.
That's when they opted for the more powerful CS gas canisters, which can severely irritate a target's eyes and create an extreme choking feeling. The gas also has a much high chance to ignite flames...."    
Welcome to Barack Obama's police state, America.  Take no prisoners, that way there will no questions or answers.

Below is a video of the gunfight between Christopher Dorner and San Bernardino law enforcement.
A wallet was found in the cabin with Dorner's driver's license but before declaring Dorner legally dead, officials must first examine the remains.
"...Christopher Dorner, the suspect in four killings who had been on the run for six days, never emerged from the ruins, but hours later a charred body was found inside a cabin. An official briefed on the investigation tells The Associated Press that a wallet with a California driver's license with the name Christopher Dorner has been found in the burned rubble of a cabin.
'We have reason to believe that it is him,' San Bernardino County sheriff's spokeswoman Cynthia Bachman said. The LAPD said it would not consider the manhunt completed until the remains are identified. The condition of the body is unclear...."       

While rogue ex-cop and murderer, Christopher Jordan Dorner was holed up in a cabin yesterday exchanging fire with San Bernardino law enforcement, LAPD was revealed over the police scanner a deliberate plan to burn the cabin down in which Dorner was trapped.

The plan becomes clear as one police officer says "...Alright Steve, we're gonna go forward with the plan, with the burner......Like we talked about."  

One the one hand, it was apparent from Dorner's alleged manifesto that he had no intention of being taken alive.  H/t:  MFS THE OTHER NEWS
On the other hand, this is not the first time that a standoff with the police state in our country has ended with a gunshot or fire.  
Am I imagining that fire is a preference when involved in a standoff with law enforcement or is it the case once law enforcement officials have declared an individual(s) a "domestic terrorist" in accordance with the Department of Homeland Security's Lexicon distributed a few years back.
Last year, it was alleged that chicken farmer, Andrew Wordes, committed suicide while holed up in his home surrounded by law enforcement in the City of Roswell, Georgia during an eviction.
Acknowledging that these are two different situations, Dorner who alleges mistreatment by LAPD lost any sympathy he might have had once he committed murder.
Aware that many standoffs end without tragedy, note that the above incidents do not quite seem to be the exception to the rule.
It does appear of late that many perish of late during standoffs with law enforcement, which leads me to ask is it possible that so many people involved in police standoffs are actually committing suicide either by putting a bullet into their heads or engulfing their surroundings in flames?
Below are a few other incidents that occurred between middle 2010 and December 2012.
Has everyone lost his or her minds?  What is going here?

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