Crackpots for murder

| February 9, 2013

There’s always a demographic in this country who will support the most distasteful cause and the manhunt for Chris Dorner is no different. Yeah, so what if he murdered three people, one because she was a daughter of a cop – that doesn’t change the way some crackpots think about Dorner. The Southern California Public Radio folks document some of the crackpot internet support for Dorner.

Seth Manzel, formerly of IVAW, tells his Facebook friends; “If you support Bradley Manning but you don’t support Chris Dorner you are a racist.” Well, we don’t support Breanna Manning, either so I guess we’re good. Thanks to one of my ninjas for the screenshot;


Somehow, Dorner, the murderer, is now a cult figure. Several of you folks sent us a link to the Chris Dorner fan page on Facebook. I wasn’t going to pay any attention to it as a personal protest, but I think it’s instructive in regards to people who will support any crackpot idea just because.

Whatever Dorner’s reasons are for being a criminal don’t justify the murder of three people, of whom, at least one is perfectly innocent, a victim of being her father’s daughter. Anyone who supports Chris Dorner has the intellectual depth of a mud puddle.

There’s more idiocy documented at Twitchy, if you have the stomach for it.

Category: General Whackos

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  1. MAJMike says:

    Yet more proof that only agents of the Government should have access to firearms?

  2. LCDR M(Ret) says:

    And worse yet, the woman was the daughter of a police captain who tried to help this jackwagon!

  3. pigmypuncher says:

    LAPD has created a Charlie Foxtrot of epic proportions, I expect it will get much worse before it is over. Watch the left come unhinged as their hero is brought to justice…

  4. Reaperman says:

    You know that feeling when two drug dealers, neither much good, have a big shootout, and maybe some innocent people get hurt and killed because of it, but judging from the rotten neighborhood they were doing this in, the bystanders probably weren’t really all that innocent to start with. That’s my level of entertainment on this one. Did not enjoy my time in the LA area and I suspect that fully half the people living there casually fantasize about shooting the place up.

  5. DefendUSA says:

    Yeah, Ace has posted several social media outlet links to the idiots giving this guy a pass. Once again, “at least” he outed the problems…too bad people died…Liberal thinking astounds me!!

  6. Ex-PH2 says:

    Are these Dorner supporters the same people who think that space aliens are living amongst us and passengers jet airplanes are spraying chemtrails on us? Or are they just inhabitants of the Fringe?

  7. UpNorth says:

    @#6, in answer to your questions, yes they are X2. They see aliens and chemtrails everywhere, and they’re usually beyond the Fringe.

  8. Ex-PH2 says:

    @7 UpNorth, thank you for clearing that up for me.

    The Barefoot Bandit became a cult hero not so long ago. Now he’s in jail. I would prefer to see Dorner taken alive and off the streets, rather than end up in the “Bonnie & Clyde” shootout. He is (or was) driving a white Lexus, which means anyone in a white Lexus is a target for these trigger-happy cops. There seem to be a lot of people in SoCal who have a deep-seated dislike and distrust of the cops, now showing up on the support pages.

  9. Bruce says:

    Dorner will now take on the mantle of cult hero like
    DB Cooper. He might even have songs written about him.
    The Robin Hood of our time, none of it true, but
    they don’t care about the true.

  10. Kenneth says:

    “Well, we don’t support Breanna Manning, either so I guess we’re good.”

    The quoted bit made me laugh out loud.

    If it is any consolation you’re not the only country to be burdened with people like this. Facebook pages were set up in honour of Raoul Moat who (having recently been released from prison for assaulting a nine year old child) used a shotgun to murder his ex-girlfriend, her current boyfriend and blinded a police officer. Tragically the policeman later took his own life.

    Its a shame that the people who support these cunts never become victims of their crimes.

  11. Cacti35 says:

    The Fox News guy this morning interviewing the “Homicide expert former detective” had the perp now a “navy captain”.

    I am just curious though, how much training in explosives and weapons a navy reserve officer gets that is not a SEAL? They are making this guy out as Rambo Redux. I know that his short stint at LAPD would have just gotten him basic pistol course qualifications and maybe a little range time with an AR 15.

  12. The Dude says:

    something tells me that if this guy were white and wrote a conservative manifesto you would be thinking differently of him.

  13. The Dude says:

    @11 I would say he probably didn’t get much training in explosives but being in the reserves and an officer he may have been able to piggy back on somebody elses range especially during his time in San Diego with all the units that they have near that area..

  14. OWB says:

    There you go, Dud! You have defined the difference between not only me and thee but most of my frineds and the libturds.

    Criminals are criminals are criminals. Anyone who violates the law is a criminal. Skin tone, gender, orientation, age, political persuasion and such are irrelevant. Criminality is defined based upon an illegal action. That is all.

    Period. Now, move along.

  15. gunner3_4 says:

    The Sheriff of San Bernadino county came out and told citizens to arm themselves. Booyah.

  16. B Woodman says:

    #8 Ex-PH2
    There seem to be a lot of people in SoCal who have a deep-seated dislike and distrust of the cops, now showing up on the support pages.

    Considering the behavior of the LA po-po, can you blame them?

  17. YatYas says:

    San Berdoo is a pretty conservative county even with all the bangers and parolees.

  18. Ex-PH2 says:

    Yat Yas, I enjoyed biscuits and gravy for breakfast – your recipe – this morning. Addictive.

  19. YatYas says:

    I think it’s YatYas1833 that put out the recipe. Both of us our amtrackers, but different people. Biscuits and gravy sounds good though. Made scrambled eggs myself since the wife is visiting grandkids out of state. At least they weren’t powdered eggs.

  20. Ex-PH2 says:

    According to a condensed news item this morning, Ariana Williams, Dorner’s ex-girlfriend, tried unsuccessfully to get a restraining order against him after she posted his badge number on a website called ‘dontdatehimgirl dot com’. In her posting, Williams calls Dorner ‘twisted and super-paranoid’ and warns other women on the website to not date him.

    Let the crackpots have their noisy episode. This guy is no hero, he’s a serious danger to probably everyone by now, especially if people recognize him.

    As much as I take a dim view of the Chicago police and now the SoCal police, I can’t say that I blame them for being a bit trigger-happy, but they do need to get off the paranoid bandwagon themselves.

  21. Ex-PH2 says:

    @19, Sorry, my mistake. But his recipe is GOOD.

  22. A_Proud_Infidel says:

    I have no doubt whatsoever that 0bamaghoul and joe are rooting for that turd as well, sickos for sickos!

  23. B Woodman says:

    #14 OWB
    “… Anyone who violates the law is a criminal…. Criminality is defined based upon an illegal action… ”

    I would want to further refine that to look at the law that was passed and being “broken”. If (when?) the gubbment passes a law and wants to confiscate all your weapons, or “universal registration”, or some such other unConstitutional thing, would you consider yourself a criminal for not wanting to obey that law? After all, it IS the “law”.
    Just sayin’.

  24. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    This is just rank speculation on my part, of course, but I’m guessing that if the names of any of these Dorner apologists or the names of any of their loved ones were on his hit list, they would be interested in one thing: seeing him stopped cold. He executed a young woman and her fiancé and shot two LEOs in Riverside who were in a car and stopped at a light. One of the officers died and neither has been identified publicly out of concern for their families. And Dorner is now a cause celebre? What a world.

  25. Ex-PH2 says:

    @2/17AirCav, it’s part of a massive conspiracy plot.

  26. Lucky says:

    Cause you know, the left freaks when liberal black men are given guns…. Seems like they freaked when the same thing happened in the 1860’s with the African American Regiments and the Buffalo Soldiers. These same idiots, lest we forget, were all in for slavery and when that didn’t work, their decendants created welfare to keep them in slavery.

  27. Retired Warfighter says:

    This whole thing is an elaborate frame up by an unknown third party. Dorner is not only completely innocent but also is most likely dead and being kept on ice somewhere. The real killer is someone who knew Dorner’s story, won his confidence, and gained access to his possessions after killing him. He targeted the lawyer’s daughter to shore up suspicion against Dorner, but every other attack has been against someone he wanted dead, not some random shootingby Dorner. It might sound crazy, but consider, Dorner hasn’t been caught yet despite a massive manhunt and his face being all over every where. It’s because he’s already dead and the real madman is hiding in plain sight while everyone is looking for someone else. He’s hiding and he’s waiting until his next target is out in the open. This guy is one scary individual.

  28. Lucky says:

    Everybody say goodbye to Retired Warfighter before Jonn moderates his ass

  29. Retired Warfighter says:

    You get moderated here for making guesses as to what’s going on? If you buy the story that Dorner did this that’s fine, but why shouldn’t others be allowed to ask questions?

  30. DaveO says:

    #27 Retired Warfighter: we only post posts like yours on Tuesdays, for editing and commentary by our resident former Naval photographer.

    Now, I heard tale that Dorner was one of the men seen at WTC #7. Truth To Power (TM)

  31. Retired Warfighter says:

    I like how I’m being compared to the nuts in the 9/11 Truth movement. I don’t think that this is a massive government conspiracy, or an “inside job”. I simply think that Dorner is being set up by someone far more dangerous, and is already dead. I could be wrong, it could totally be Dorner. I mean if I was so certain wouldn’t I be calling all you people sheeples like the truthers do?

  32. Lucky says:

    RW has read too many James Patterson pieces of shit, errr I mean “novels”. Dude, you are being compared because you see a conspiracy where there isn’t one

  33. NHSparky says:

    Retired…your keyboard diahrrea sure wasn’t a guess from where I was sitting. SoCal cops bad? No more than any other organization, but they do exist. Deal.

  34. Retired Warfighter says:

    If Dorner is killed or wounded by the police in a shootout, or is captured alive, then I will gladly recant my opinion. If he’s discovered dead from a “self inflicted” gunshot wound then I will be skeptical that he’s the one who pulled the trigger. Is there something wrong with asking questions? We live in a country ruled by a Kenyan-born Muslim and almost everyone pretends he isn’t one. We got into this mess by not asking questions and by drowning out the voices of those who did with laughter and derision. Is that the kind of America you want to live in?

  35. NHSparky says:

    Oh and Dude? If he was a white conservative he’d still be a piece of shit that only deserved to be put down like the rabid dog he is.

  36. MCPO NYC USN (Ret.) says:

    @ 27 … your theory is racked with delusion and incorrect info.

    Why on God’s earth would anyone believe any thing other than what is in the news (with this story anyway)?

    Do you really believe there is more to this story, other than a bad apple who is hell bent on killing because he has lived with a chip on his shoulder his entire life?

    BTW what did you retire from “Dungeons and Dragons”?

    NOTE: The last question was satirical and not intented to offend, harm, belittle, and or otherwise make fun of anyone. It was added as lite comedy and as an editorial prose just to crack myself up!

  37. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    Wow. Just wow. Bunker living has its consequences.

  38. UpNorth says:

    @27, so you’re going to put up links that show that Dorner has been set up? That this is an elaborate plot by who, exactly? How does someone gain by setting up Dorner, and what do they gain?
    A few days on the run is proof of some plot? Ever heard of Brian Washington? He was a fugitive for 20 years.

  39. Lucky says:

    Aaaaaand there the Truther bullshit starts ladies and gentlemen!

  40. MCPO NYC USN (Ret.) says:

    Dungeons and Dragaons it is!

  41. Retired Warfighter says:

    Maybe someone wanted a couple of cops, or just one, but knew they couldn’t get away with it without taking some drastic measures. I don’t have any problem with what the news is reporting. Could be they have the story right and I’m just wrong. That’s fine, I’d rather be wrong, because if I’m right then it’s even more horrifying. All I’m saying is I find it a little suspicious that this guy goes out of his way to make it obvious it’s him so early in the rampage. I mean wouldn’t he be more likely to acheive his disgusting goals if he left all the manifestoes and bullet ridden LAPD coins in his home so they could be discovered after his rampage? Why send the stuff out to various media outlets before you’d have to. Look at that V-Tech kid, he made sure to send his stuff so it wouldn’t be opened until after he was done, why wouldn’t this clown do something similar?

  42. MCPO NYC USN (Ret.) says:

    Donner’s MO is text book!

    BAT SHIT CRAZY – Period!

    He is responsible and a lonewolf!

  43. Ex-PH2 says:

    OK, Warfighter, I’m going to copy and use your idea as the plotline for a conspiracy novel. I will call it “The Purloined Policeman”, after my favorite poets, Poe and Poetrooper.

    But since his ex-girlfriend Ariana Williams (see my post #20 above) posted his badge number on a website specifically aimed at warning women about very, very bad men, saying he was ‘twister and super-paranoid’ and tried to get a restraining order against him, I’d take Ms. Williams’ word about him over your theories and ideas any day of the week.

    Is that simple enough for you?

  44. Retired Warfighter says:

    You’re probably right MCPO, Occam’s Razor and all that. I’m just trying to think outside the box. I saw someone put something up here yesterday with Rambo quotes, and it got me thinking. What if our boy is like Rambo, but Rambo was set up? And the whole time it was Trautman making it look like Rambo. Crazy shit, but not implausible.

  45. Ex-PH2 says:

    And to answer your question #34, no, there is nothing wrong with asking questions, but Dorner has been on this track for some time and is now on the trail of revenge.

    If he’s able to survive the cold nights in the mountains where he was headed, then he had it planned all along.

    I do not believe he has been set up by anyone. I believe, because I have seen this before, that he was just waiting for the right time. When did I see it? When Coach Ricky Birdsong was gunned down in a driveby shooting by a white supremacist in July, 1999.

    It is described in “No Random Act”: “On July 2, 1999, a white supremacist killed two and wounded several others–all ethnic minorities. One of the victims was beloved former Northwestern University basketball coach Ricky Byrdsong.
    A senseless act by a deranged murderer acting alone? Or just the tip of a massive “racial holy war”–one that is now heating up as whites become a minority in our society and hate groups prey on their fears?”

    If you want to believe that Dorner is dead and the victim of identity theft by someone else, that’s your choice, but I have seen this kind thing happen in my own neighborhood, and I do not believe Dorner is dead or being impersonated.

  46. OWB says:

    @ #23: Indeed! If they criminalize activities in which any of us currently engage, we become criminals (by definition) if we continue to engage in that activity. No way to get around it.

  47. Retired Warfighter says:

    Fair enough Ex-PH2,I respect that. There’s some crazy stuff going on and I just want to get a handle on it. I’ve got my guesses, but in reality I want the MSM story to be the right one because it’s less terrible than what I fear. If that is the case than I hope this guy isn’t planning on luring SWAT members into some kind of deathtrap, like Rambo did in part 2 with the Spetsnaz. Stupid movie, but that part was pretty good.

  48. Lucky says:

    Bringing up Rambo… Yeahhhhh. Rambo really is really real huh genius? Wowww. Anyway, I’m off to my bedroll, it’s a Reserve weekend, and I’m tired as shit, I’m filling in as NCOIC tomorrow. Ohhhh the joys of being a young senior NCO…

  49. Ex-PH2 says:

    Random acts of violence do not make sense to any of us. We try to sort it out in ways that give us stability. We all do live in a very dangerous world.

  50. Retired Warfighter says:

    Thank you for not ridiculing me Ex-PH2. Maybe I’m just a crazy old man, but damn it I’m fed up with stuff like this, and with who sits in the White House, and I’m not going to filter myself anymore.