What really happened to Chris Dorner?


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Max Blumenthal discusses the Dorner cover-up:

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LA Times:
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But you can hear the cops tell a very different story from the scene:

“We’re going to go forward with the plan, with the burn. I want it like we talked about”

“Seven burners deployed. We have a fire”:

“Burn that fucking house down”

And that was after (from CNN Transcript):

BRIAN TODD, CNN CORRESPONDENT (via phone): 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.

Not clear how he was pushed back inside. I asked him when that occurred during the sequence, and he said about the time when the fire started.

(Cross reference this with the Transcribed Police Comms)

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From WaPo Community:
But as events were unfolding, journalist Max Blumenthal live tweeted a different narrative reportedly lifted from San Bernadino Sheriff Scanner Channel 7/8 via the 5-0 iPhone app.

The live feed Blumenthal catalogued appears to indicate officers had no intention of encouraging Dorner’s surrender. He wrote, “While media acceded to police demands not to provide direct details of stand-off w/Christopher Dorner, I used PD scanner transmissions to expose orders to burn his cabin hideout w/him inside. TL begins at bottom [sic].”

If the audio recording captured by Blumenthal is indeed from the incident, officers are overheard apparently discussing a pre-arranged arson attack. Per the audio, at around the one-minute mark, a male voice says:

All right, Steve (?), we’re gonna go, er, we’re gonna go forward with the plan, with, er, with the burn. We want it, er, like we talked about.

He then adds shortly afterwards:

Seven burners deployed and we have a fire.

A female voice responds:

Copy. Seven burners deployed and we have a fire.

At around 2min 20sec, a male voice says:

Guys, be ready on the No 4 side. We have fire in the front. He might come out the back.

At around 2min 50sec, a male voice requests a fire engine.

There is then a report of a shot fired from within the residence, followed by a sharp noise of some kind.

Another video surfaced allegedly featuring a recording of KCAL TV, an LA CBS affiliate, in which an unknown officer shouts angrily, “We’re going to burn him out,” and “Burn this mother***ker!” With the remarks airing live, the feed was silenced before the anchor explained apologetically that police officers were “understandably upset”.

An additional supposed recording from an LAPD police scanner was later pulled and posted via LiveLeak. The narrative includes numerous references to “burning him out” (29:30).

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