For the LAPD the Nightmare is Over
It was announced today that dental records confirmed that the body found in the burned out cabin in the Big Bear Lake area was indeed that of Christopher Dorner. This brings the manhunt for a killer of 4 people, including two police officers to an end.
Los Angeles Mayor,Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, said the 1 million dollar reward offered for information about Dorner will be distributed. He told reporters:
“Now that the search for Christopher Dorner appears to have concluded, we are addressing the issue of the $1 million reward. More than 20 jurisdictions and entities are involved in this reward, so all of them will be coming together to collectively determine whether any individual or individuals qualify for it. Our personal hope is that the reward will be distributed, but we must follow the rules and respect the procedures of each entity.”
Almost two weeks ago on February 3rd, Dorner’s fate began with his alleged killing of a young couple in Irvine, California. He murdered them while they sat in a car near their residence. The young woman, Monica Quan was the daughter of a former captain in the LAPD, who defended Dorner at his dismissal hearing.
In a 14 page “manifesto”, he swore vengeance on certain members of the Police Department, as well as their families.
Columnist-The Guardian Express