As it seems like the manhunt for alleged cop killer Christopher Dorner has come to an end, police officers are understandably relieved due to the events that transpired last night.
However, lets recall exactly what took place during those crucial hours yesterday.
After two police officers received a call about a stolen truck in Big Bear they arrived on the scene and approached a man fitting the description of suspect Christopher Dorner. After calling out to the subject who then exchanged fire on the police, they fired back and one of the officers was killed while the other fell wounded.
Later authorities arrived on the scene as Dorner barricaded himself in a family cabin. After several hours, once the SWAT team arrived a number of key events transpired.
Police officers reported hearing a loud gunshot from inside the cabin.
Moments later there was a mysterious fire started from inside the cabin. News reporters and the police made the fire seem like it was started from inside the house, but common sense should tell us the police decided to put an end to the cop killing.
Audio, with a police officer shouting "we're gonna burn this m**her****er has been released.
Christopher Dorner was undoubtedly a fugitive, but if the police did in fact burn their suspect alive, they have given legitimate reason for us all to look back at the claims made in his manifesto regarding the police' disregard for humanity and their manipulation of the law (as we saw on last night's broadcast).
Lets not forget the innocent civilians that were shot this past week during the chaotic and disorganized hunt for Dorner.
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