Charlie Sheen, one of the celebrities singled out -- positively, mind you -- by alleged murdered Christopher Dorner's rambling manifesto, has reached back to Dorner. In a video posted Saturday (embedded), Sheen is seen attempting to connect with a man who has thus far eluded authorities.
Sheen's message to Dorner was short. In it, the celebrity urges Dorner to contact him. He says,
Christopher Dorner, you mentioned me in your manifesto, so thank you for your kind words. I am urging you to call me. Let's figure out together how to end this thing. Call me. I look forward to talking to you.
Christopher Dorner is accused of killing three people: a police officer and an engaged couple. He also critically wounded another officer.
Once an LAPD officer, Dorner lost what he called his dream job after he accused a female training partner of kicking a mentally ill homeless man during a routine stop. She denied it, and witnesses appeared to back her, so Dorner was fired in 2008 for making false accusations. A tribunal upheld the decision in 2009.
Dorner posted his manifesto to Facebook on Jan. 31, where it went unnoticed until his rampage began. On Feb. 3 -- Super Bowl Sunday -- he allegedly killed his first two victims, Monica Quan, 28, a basketball coach and her fiance, Keith Lawrence, 27, as they sat in a car in Irvine, Calif.
Quan was the daughter of a police captain who had represented Dorner at a tribunal. His manifesto said that he has declared "unconventional and asymmetrical warfare" against his former comrades-in-arms.
Dorner is currently still at large.