Rogue police officer

DieHard

LE
Book Reviewer
#1
I saw the news earlier that an ex LAPD police officer and army reservist was holed up in a cabin having a shootout with police.
This guy got fired a few years ago and has put his training to bad use, killing a deputy in the shootout.
I know of one incident in the UK when an police officer shot someone and then himself, but it would seem that a combination of police and military training, the availability of guns, and a cop with a grudge, do not go well together.
Rip to the deputy
http://whotv.com/2013/02/12/renegade-ex-cop-officers-injured-in-california-shootout/

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#4
the thing which stands out for me is the cops brassed up 2 chicks in a vehicle which was different to his. thinking it was him.
nice work.
I think the final total was LAPD brassed up 3 vehicles that were similar(ish) to his.
 

B_AND_T

MIA
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#5
I think the final total was LAPD brassed up 3 vehicles that were similar(ish) to his.
They had wheels, it was close enough.
 
#11
They shot a 71 year old woman and her daughter, who were out delivering papers. They apparently mistook the vehicle for Dorner's because they were in a state of heightened alert and the vehicle was behaving strangely (slowing down every few feet so that papers could be delivered).

The vehicle was a bright blue Toyota, and the one they were looking for was a black Nissan.

Because the incident took place on a residential street, bullets fired by LAPD went through nearby houses.

Later, another Police department stopped a black truck that looked a bit like Dorner's (though was again a different make). The driver was a skinny white male. A few moments later, a cruiser rammed him and cops opened fire. Reports seem to suggest that they again thought the vehicle was Dorner's.

They're incredibly lucky they haven't killed more people than Dorner. It's staggeringly unprofessional.

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#13
They shot a 71 year old woman and her daughter, who were out delivering papers. They apparently mistook the vehicle for Dorner's because they were in a state of heightened alert and the vehicle was behaving strangely (slowing down every few feet so that papers could be delivered).

The vehicle was a bright blue Toyota, and the one they were looking for was a black Nissan.

Because the incident took place on a residential street, bullets fired by LAPD went through nearby houses.

Later, another Police department stopped a black truck that looked a bit like Dorner's (though was again a different make). The driver was a skinny white male. A few moments later, a cruiser rammed him and cops opened fire. Reports seem to suggest that they again thought the vehicle was Dorner's.

They're incredibly lucky they haven't killed more people than Dorner. It's staggeringly unprofessional.

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Who provides their Public Liabilty insurance?
 

DieHard

LE
Book Reviewer
#14
You can't beat a Waldorf lead filled salad
God i remember that incident dibble ran up to the car and shot him about 7 times i think..and the inocent guy lived.

Didnt they catch him outside haverstock hill tube?
About 1983 iirc

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#15
Perhaps the 'rogue cop' had a point about what a shower the LAPD are. Running around the streets shooting up pickups at random seems to be part of their standard procedures.
 
#16
God i remember that incident dibble ran up to the car and shot him about 7 times i think..and the inocent guy lived.

Didnt they catch him outside haverstock hill tube?
About 1983 iirc

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Reported he was one bullet away from being killed but the cop had emptied the chamber, so pistol whipped Waldorf to unconsciousness, only damned good surgery saved him.
 
#18
It's a simple process of eliminating suspects. If you shoot every poor bastard you see, sooner or later you'll get the bloke you want.
 

Grumblegrunt

LE
Book Reviewer
#19
I didn't realise he was taken out by a drone strike. explains the fire though
 

Guns

ADC
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#20
Just imagine if it had been Kent Police.
 

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