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How Law Enforcement and Media Covered Up Plan to Burn Christopher Dorner Alive

Society & Culture  (tags: Are We Asking for a Police State? )

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The real story of what happened at that Big Bear cabin, what device law enforcement used that set fire to the cabin, and how media is complicit in NOT reporting the truth through self-censorship.

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Thursday February 14, 2013, 9:32 am
Excellent, but horrifying article. Clearly, the law enforcement goons took the law into their own hands when they decided to be judge, jury, and executioner. Americans used to condemn extrajudicial murders in Central America and around the world; but it will come as no surprise if they are silent when it comes to the assassination of an African-American whistle-blower who exposed the brutality of his fellow officers in the LAPD.

Given that surveillance clearly indicated that he was wounded to the point of incapacitation, this man could have been taken alive and stood trial for his heinous crimes. Like all Americans, he had the right to due process under the law and to face a jury of his peers. Instead all that happened was another demonstration of what happens when people put on a badge and a gun and think they can make the law as they go.

The silence of the corporate media is yet another demonstration of the fifth estate's willingness to be complicit in the growing police state atmosphere of this nation.
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