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Officials said Thursday that the burned remains found in a California mountain cabin have been positively identified as fugitive former police officer Christopher Dorner.


Jodi Miller, a spokeswoman for the San Bernardino County sheriff-coroner, said the identification was made through Dorner's dental records.


Miller did not give a cause of death.


The search for Dorner began last week after authorities said he had launched a deadly revenge campaign against the Los Angeles Police Department for his firing, warning that he would bring "warfare" to LAPD officers and their famili

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That first video of the cop being pulled over doing 120mph just proves they are above the law.

He walked away with a minor misdemeanor, in almost every state going 20mph over the speed limit is automatic license lost, let alone doing a 120, that is reckless driving, reckless endangerment, felony fleeing since he did not pull over or even acknowledge the officer chasing him lane for lane right behind him, in a company vehicle and he still has his job (cop or not, thats abusing your powers), and Im sure Im missing a few things that a normal civilian would have been sited for, whoops I almost forgot speeding.... To make it all better he was off duty and had to go play security guard, perfect reason.................

But he got a minor misdemeanor, a slap on the wrist, kept his job, no points on his drivers license.

You cant say that he is not above the law, because any normal person would be behind bars for couple months.

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That first video of the cop being pulled over doing 120mph just proves they are above the law.

He walked away with a minor misdemeanor, in almost every state going 20mph over the speed limit is automatic license lost, let alone doing a 120, that is reckless driving, reckless endangerment, felony fleeing since he did not pull over or even acknowledge the officer chasing him lane for lane right behind him, in a company vehicle and he still has his job (cop or not, thats abusing your powers), and Im sure Im missing a few things that a normal civilian would have been sited for, whoops I almost forgot speeding.... To make it all better he was off duty and had to go play security guard, perfect reason.................

But he got a minor misdemeanor, a slap on the wrist, kept his job, no points on his drivers license.

You cant say that he is not above the law, because any normal person would be behind bars for couple months.

that's what I'm talking about I agree with u..
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