Christopher Donner Found Dead

13 Feb
Picture Courtesy of Hollywood Reporter

Picture Courtesy of Hollywood Reporter

Whelp, it will be interesting to see if the body they found is really his.

Via TMZ:

8:20 PM — The LAPD held a news conference and said no body has been pulled out of the scorched cabin yet … as it is still too hot to enter. 

Law enforcement sources directly connected to the case tell TMZ a body was found inside a Big Bear cabin, and they are all but certain it is Christopher Dorner — who earlier engaged police in a gunfight before the cabin went up in flames. We’re told positive identification may take a while because the body was badly burned, but our sources are convinced they have their man.

Cops had cornered Dorner in the remote cabin … after reports came in that he robbed a nearby home, tied up the couple living inside and fled in a white Dodge 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, hitting two San Bernardino County deputies … one of whom died at the hospital.At this point, it’s unclear how exactly Dorner died.

Cops reportedly heard a single gunshot around the time the cabin ignited … indicating Dorner might have shot himself.Dorner was accused of murdering three people — including one police officer — in shootings that took place on February 3rd and February 7th in California. Two other police officers were injured in the shootings. 

Cops believe Dorner — a former LAPD officer who was dismissed in 2008 — posted a rambling manifesto on his Facebook page … in which he declared “unconventional and asymmetric warfare” on the LAPD and their families.In the manifesto, Dorner also expressed his admiration for countless celebrities — like Charlie Sheen, Bill Cosby, Larry David, and Ellen DeGeneres.

This whole situation is just sad.  I’m not going to lie though, I can’t help but think that the body may not be his.  Even if they use dental records, remember this man was in the marines.


7 Responses to “Christopher Donner Found Dead”

  1. Jack February 20, 2013 at 11:08 AM #

    Well now his dead photos are been shop around town according to TMZ. I guess Dorner was right there is something rotten in Police Dept since they are the ones who have access to the photos.

    • missvplace February 22, 2013 at 5:24 PM #

      I agree, while I don’t agree with what Dorner did, I’m hoping it will shed light on the level of corruption in the LAPD. Think about it, celebrities get away with a lot, and I wouldn’t be surprised if people with money also, got away with a lot.

  2. trap davis February 14, 2013 at 2:45 PM #

    Fickle the dirty ass cops and whoeva mad Donner was speaking up for the people not just the police he didn’t agree wit dirty and racial acts you never been thru it so don’t judge him killing is not RI but him standing up for the truth is way got him kills conspiracy

    • Jack February 20, 2013 at 11:11 AM #

      I do not know about police standard in US but I do know those in Asia. Let me tell you the human rights crimes by police force there is happening DAILY. Go google if you don’t believe, google on Philippines and Malaysia.

  3. Tony February 13, 2013 at 11:07 PM #

    He was not in the Marines. He was never in any regular branch of the military he was in the Navy reserves big differance and he was only a cop for less than three years still a rookie by any agencys standard. Poor guy had issues and lived his life as a wana be hero but could not do the day to day things required of these difficult jobs. Well he got his fifteen minutes of fame. He’s in the news now but next time justin beiber gets a new hair cut nobody will even remember him. Now he is just a spokes person for kentucky Fried Chicken

    • mar February 16, 2013 at 2:43 AM #

      I found your comment very irrational and inhuman. I do not agree with the measures Donner took, killing innocent people. What I want to know and the key to this saga is”what drove him?” To my gut feelings, I do not think that he was a bad guy. And the fact that he was not in marine, but in anavy reserve doesn`t make him a lesser person! I thing he was an upright person turning the other way round,feeling lost down the road.
      May God help everyone find the truth.

      • missvplace February 19, 2013 at 5:33 AM #

        I agree, you are right, killing innocent people is never the right option. HOWEVER, what individuals need to understand, is some people may not have the mental capacity to understand that, so therefore, to them, killing may be the only way. Not saying it’s right, but it does happen, so therefore, like you said, the key is to understanding WHY? Now I may not have addressed that in full in my article, however, the point was to get people to at least think, and comment, which is what you did, and I greatly appreciate it :).

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