After the shootout at a cabin in Big Bear on Feb. 12, most people believe the hunt for the California cop killer is over. This is not true of everyone. In interviews conducted on Feb. 12 and Feb. 13, there are still several people still have unanswered questions about Christopher Dorner and his alleged demise.
“[Christopher] Dorner's driver's license was found in the burned out cabin and it was readable,” Jack Wilson, from Oklahoma City, said. “I'm thinking that was a plant. I don't see how such a valuable piece of evidence could survive. The chances of that happening are really slim.”
The Daily News reported on Feb. 13 that the California cop killer's driver's license survived the fire. There were also other personal items that survived the cabin fire in Big Bear.
“I heard on one of the news stations I was flipping through that someone was seen going into the cabin with [Christopher] Dorner,” Cindy Murray, from Bethany, said. “Two people went in, only one body was found and no one was seen leaving the cabin. Who else was in the cabin? Where is that person? Those are questions I'd like to have answered.”
There is also the questions about the rewards being offered for the California cop killer. A total of three rewards were offered, one reward was for $1 million and the other two for $100,000. In the announcements for those rewards, two specific words were used. “Conviction” and “capture” were stipulated. If Christopher Dorner is dead, there is no chance of conviction. Some are saying that the California cop killer was “cornered,” not “captured.” Those very specific words could keep the rewards from being given.
As days and weeks pass, more information will become available. Perhaps these questions and others will be answered. Until then, it is believed that the California cop killer Christopher Dorner is dead.