From the day Navy veteran and former cop, Christopher Jordan Dorner killed three innocent people in the greater-Los Angeles area, no one had aspirations that it would end well.
It was pre-destined that Dorner was going to “go down in a blaze of glory” either by his own hand or that of former, fellow police officers.
Dorner is thought to have perished yesterday in a burning vacation, rental-house in the San Bernardino Mountains. The looming question; was he intentionally burned alive?
From the time the media was asked to pull back their “eyes-in-the-sky” and cease their real-time coverage of the event, the rumor-mill started and social media lit a fire of its own.
It's no stretch to think that shortly after two more officers were shot, that authorities might have made a decision to either smoke the suspect out of the house, or to burn it down with him in it. The latter is the prevailing theory.
Listen to the audio that has already surfaced on YouTube of the events following the barrage of fire that mortally wounded one officer and left another in grave condition.
Repeatedly, those on the audio use the word “burner”. What did they really mean?
Authorities already suffered missteps in the hunt to arrest or capture Dorner, including the infamous shooting of two women in a truck who were thought to be the suspect.
The investigation into the events is ongoing, with outsiders questioning the police tactics used during the standoff.
Was the fire caused by a military style “flash bang” that really wasn’t? Did Dorner decide to torch the house himself to prevent authorities from taking him into custody? Had a sniper killed Dorner prior to the blaze?
The suspect might be dead, but the controversy continues.
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