CNN: Chris Dorner was PUSHED back inside burning cabin
Listen to Max Blumenthal talk about this matter on KPFK (2.15.13)
“We did not intentionally burn that cabin down to get Mister Dorner out”
Could he have genuinely claimed they hadn’t intentionally burned down that cabin without the disclaimer? No. It wasn’t to get Dorner out, that’s true. They never intended to allow Dorner to surrender.
We all watched a SUSPECT burned alive on national TV.
BRIAN TODD, CNN CORRESPONDENT:
“Anderson, I just spoke with Chief Kirk Ellington of the U.S. Marshal Service. He’s a district chief out in California. He just told me that at one point during the standoff, the suspect tried to escape. He said he tried to escape out the back. I’m not sure exactly where the back is in relation to where — you know, some of the pictures that we were seeing, but he said he tried to escape at the back and was pushed back inside.
And there’s this from the Transcribed Police Comms:
Dispatch to Air 83: Do we still have the suspect pinned down? I did not have a visual, but the best I can tell is they have him pinned down near the shooting scene and they are working.
(by the way, what he says about Wikipedia is 100% true.)
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