Dorner calls out different races in the LAPD and puts them all on notice they could be killed to pay for the department's wrongs. He singles out lesbians on the force as being misandrist, or hating men, though he didn't give specifics. It seems as if he is justifying each possible murder that could occur. He lays out how he will be judge, jury and executioner for each of them. Nobody is exempt.
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"Citizens/non-combatants, do not render medical aid to downed officers/enemy combatants. They would not do the same for you. They will let you bleed out just so they can brag to other officers that they had a 187 caper the other day and can't wait to accrue the overtime in future court subpoenas. As they always say, "that's the paramedics job...not mine". Let the balance of loss of life take place. Sometimes a reset needs to occur."
Perhaps one of the most startling things is that Dorner specifically addresses us, the everyday citizen. He tells us to let his victims die. Do not help them. He believes that their deaths, their murders at his hand, are part of a great and necessary "reset."
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"No one grows up and wants to be a cop killer. It was against everything I've ever was. As a young police explorer I found my calling in life. But, As a young police officer I found that the violent suspects on the street are not the only people you have to watch ...
"To those children of the officers who are eradicated, your parent was not the individual you thought they were. As you get older, you will see the evidence that your parent was a tyrant who lost their ethos and instead followed the path of moral corruptness. They conspired to hide and suppress the truth of misconduct on others behalf's. Your parent will have a name and plaque on the fallen officers memorial in D.C. But, In all honesty, your parents name will be a reminder to other officers to maintain the oath they swore and to stay along the shoreline that has guided them from childhood to that of a local, state, or federal law enforcement officer."
Dorner wants to make clear that this isn't who he ever thought he would be. But even more than that, he has haunting words for the loved ones of his victims: They aren't who you thought, either. Dorner believes he is righting the wrongs that nobody else has tackled, and despite what people will say about the victims, Dorner believes they deserve what they are getting. He goes on to quote Thomas Jefferson in saying that it sometimes take the "blood of patriots and tyrants" to refresh the "tree of liberty." Dorner apparently believes that he is the man riding in with a white hat to fix the wrongs of one of the nation's best-known police forces.
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"I never had the opportunity to have a family of my own, I'm terminating yours."
This is perhaps the most direct threat, one that police say Dorner has carried out already.
He is telling LAPD officers that he will target their mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and children. He names some of them, including retired officer Randy Quan, whose daughter may have been the first victim. It's unclear what Dorner means about having a family of his own, but his threats to wreak havoc and commit mass murder are clear.
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"The Violence of action will be HIGH. I am the reason TAC alert was established. I will bring unconventional and asymmetrical warfare to those in LAPD uniform whether on or off duty...
"This will be a war of attrition and a Pyrrhic and Camdean Victory for myself. You may have the resources and manpower but you are reactive and predictable in your op plans... I have the strength and benefits of being unpredictable, unconventional, and unforgiving. Do not waste your time with briefs and tabletops."
Dorner doens't just threaten to kill, he threatens warfare. He is almost inviting LAPD officers, daring them, to try to stop him. It is as if he knows how it will end, and he doesn't care. He believes he will win the war he is waging, although it will cause his suffering and death just as much as that of the victims he plans to kill.