Christopher Dorner, whose body is believed to be within the charred remains of a mountain cabin, stayed true to his manifesto to the end. According to L.A. Now on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013 the man who was carjacked by Dorner wasn’t shot. “Fox and Friends” live on Wednesday morning reports that although the ex-LAPD cop pointed a rifle at this man, he didn’t attempt to pull the trigger.
It was almost as if this man didn't meet Dorner's criteria on this dark mission he'd embarked on. This wasn't an isolated incident, there were other's Dorner didn't kill when he had the chance. The people whose lives were spared had nothing to do with law enforcement.
Dorner didn’t shoot the two women who walked into a mountain cabin and found Dorner hiding out there. The women were there to do their weekly cleaning of the cabin. Dorner tied the women up, but made no attempt to harm them. This appears to go against what many were saying, “the man snapped and went crazy,” according to Brian Kilmeade on “Fox and Friends.”
It would appear that Dorner wasn’t on a killing rampage of the general public. His mission was only to take down members of law enforcement, much like his manifesto conveyed. He had the restraint not to shoot at the general public, but it is not known what he would have done if the man in the car and the two women who entered the cabin didn't cooperate with him.
The man who was carjacked said that Dorner walked out of the snow covered woods and pointed a rifle at him while he was driving his truck. Dorner told the man to “take his dog and start walking.” When the man asked the fugitive if he could get the dog’s lesh, Dorner said “no.” The man was out of the truck with his dog and walking down the road in seconds, he reports. Dorner took his vehicle and went on his way.
Dorner’s shooting victims were all law enforcement or related to law enforcement in some capacity, like the daughter of the former LAPD captain and her fiancé who were his first shooting victims. This could be the reason that he has a group of supporters on Facebook even though he has killed innocent people in cold blood.
“Fox and Friends” pointed out that while the majority of people would agree that in no way does this man deserve to have sympathizers, it appears that some consider him a martyr and not the calculating murderer that he really was.
While the body inside the burnt out cabin is thought to be Dorner, tests such as DNA will need to be completed before his death is made official.