“During the autopsy yesterday, the doctor who conducted the process, concluded that the cause of death was a single gunshot wound to the head,” Lacy said, adding that officials are not yet ready to comment on the manner of his death.
LOS ANGELES(AP) — Investigators determined fairly quickly that the burned human remains found after a shootout in Southern California mountains are those of Christopher Dorner, the ex-police officer suspected in a rampage that left four people dead. But the answer to a second question will likely prove more elusive – how did he die?
As one stood before a thousand cameras, his image flashing across 70 million television screens, the other was holed up in a cabin on the other side of the continent, hundreds of police streaming to the scene.
An African-AmericanLAPD officer who is still on the force has reached out to ex-LAPD cop Chris Dorner, confirming some of Dorner’saccusations of racism, and guiding Dorner on how best to turn himself in without being harmed.
Records provide new details on the alleged actions of Christopher Jordan Dorner, 33, who is suspected of killing three people, including a police officer, and has eluded authorities since the night of Feb. 6 when he was publicly named as the suspect in the slaying of an Irvine couple.
Dorner may have been helped by an associate identified only as “JY” in the charging document that was filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles after the former police officer was suspected of fleeing from authorities.
LAPD chase a man down shoot him in the back and then EXECUTE him at point blank range. Then if that was not bad enough they have the balls to claim self defense and exonerate the officer of any wrong doing.