Suspected cop killer and manhunt target left manifesto demanding 'gun control'


A former Los Angeles Police Department officer, the subject of an all-stops-pulled manhunt suspected of a double murder in Irvine and the shooting of three Inland Empire police officers, left a rambling “manifesto” threatening a campaign of targeted killings directed at LAPD personnel and their family members, and also demanding a renewed “assault weapons” ban.

Under the subject heading “Last Resort,” terminated LAPD officer Christopher Jordan Dorner detailed a list of grievances naming officers and incidents, and sent a chilling threat that his killings will continue, and that his military and police training will permit him to evade those trying to prevent them. Of special significance to gun owners is Dorner’s demand for strong “gun control measures.

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