Tuesday, February 12, 2013

RELEASE THE DRONES



DORNER MANHUNT TO SET PRECEDENT

Temecula, CA – It would seem that the world or what used to pass for it here in the Land of the Free is rapidly being pulled off the real machinery, a world class, world-class empire. As was reported here when enacted, ‘laws’ passed several years ago enable the Federal/state governments to use battlefield weaponry against civilian populations. While you let that sink in, the manhunt for revenge killer Chris Dorner is set to be a reality series by use of seek-n-destroy drone weaponry to eradicate an American citizen on American soil without any due process. Presented is this report from England after the jump.


‘POLICE plan to use spy drones in the hunt for a Rambo-style ex-soldier and policeman who has murdered three people and vowed to kill again. They believe burly, heavily-armed Christopher Dorner is holed-up in the wilderness of California’s snow-capped San Bernardino Mountains 80 miles east of Los Angeles.

The burnt-out shell of his pick-up truck was discovered in the nearby resort of Big Bear, where residents and tourists have been warned to stay indoors as the search continues. Two days ago, as a task force of 125 officers, some riding Snowcats in the rugged terrain, continued their search, it was revealed that Dorner has become the first American target for remotely-controlled airborne drones on US soil.
A senior police source said: “The thermal imaging cameras the drones use may be our only hope of finding him. On the ground, it’s like looking for a needle in a haystack.”
Asked directly if drones have already been deployed, Riverside Police Chief Sergio Diaz, who is jointly leading the task force, said: “We are using all the tools at our disposal.”

The use of drones was later confirmed by Customs and Border Patrol spokesman Ralph DeSio, who revealed agents have been prepared for Dorner to make a dash for the Mexican border since his rampage began. He said: “This agency has been at the forefront of domestic use of drones by law enforcement. That’s all I can say at the moment.”

Dorner, who was fired from the LAPD in 2008 for allegedly lying about a fellow officer he accused of kicking a mentally challenged prisoner, has vowed to wreak revenge by “killing officers and their families”.
In a chilling, 6,000 word “manifesto” on his Facebook page he has threatened to “bring warfare” to the LAPD and “utilize every bit of small arms training, demolition, ordinance and survival training I’ve been given.”
Dorner, 33, who rose to the rank of lieutenant in the US Navy and served in Iraq before joining the LAPD, also ominously warned that he has shoulder-launched surface-to-air missiles [RPGs] to “knock out” any helicopters used to pursue him.

Two nights ago, Brian Levin, a psychologist and professor of criminal justice at Cal State University, San Bernardino, said: “We’re talking about someone who basically perceives that a tremendous injustice has been done to him that took his life and identity. “Now he is, quite literally, at war.”

Dorner’s rampage began last Sunday when he shot dead Monica Quan, 27, the daughter of a former LAPD captain, and her fiancé Keith Lawrence as they sat in their car outside their home in Irvine, California.
Three days later, he stole a boat at gunpoint from an 81-year-old man at a yacht club in San Diego, near the Mexican border. He abandoned the boat when he could not get its engine to start.
The following day, last Thursday, he was involved in a shoot-out with police in Corona, 110 miles north of San Diego. The officers, one of whom was wounded, had been guarding one of his intended online targets.
Later that day, in nearby Riverside, he killed one police officer, whose name has not yet been revealed for security reasons, and wounded a second after opening fire on their car at a set of traffic lights.

As the manhunt for him broadened across numerous police jurisdictions, police mistakenly shot and wounded a mother and daughter delivering newspapers in a pick-up truck similar to Dorner’s. That incident, in the LA suburb of Torrance, was astonishingly followed two hours later by another in the same area, when police again opened fire on a pick-up. This time, there were no casualties by the Grace of God.

Hours later, Dorner’s actual pick-up truck was found on a forest road near Big Bear City. “He had torched it,” a San Bernardino police spokesman said. “We assume it may have broken down before he set fire to it.”

Since then, the huge manhunt for Dorner has focused on an area where hundreds of log cabins, both owned and rented out to tourists, are dotted around the mountainside. Local residents have started to wear identifying tee shirts after hearing of the Torrance shootings. You can purchase your shirt here should you need one.

“There is a strong possibility he is using an empty or abandoned one as a bolt-hole,” the police spokesman added last night.

LAPD police chief Charlie Beck, who has pleaded on TV with Dorner to surrender, accepted he might be “difficult to find”, adding: “He knows what he is doing. We trained him and he was also a member of the armed forces. It is extremely worrisome and scary.”

Police have also pleaded with local residents not to try to mount a civilian vigilante force or try to aid in the hunt for the fugitive.
[Ed note: - Word has come to this reporter that Dorner was part of an elite seal team trained in counter insurgency. This means planning, pinpointing, strategy, and deployment of distractions to throw an enemy off. Whatever happened to piss this guy off, they chose the wrong man.]

Two nights ago, America’s National Weather Centre warned that the hunt for Dorner could be further hampered by an expected snowfall of up to 6ins in the mountains. Wind gusts of up to 50mph are also forecast, creating an extreme wind-chill factor in the already freezing conditions.
San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon said: “To be honest, he could be anywhere right now. Torching his own vehicle could have been a diversion to throw us off track. Anything is possible with this man.” – Mike Parker

There are two points that are being glazed over by the lame-stream press. The first is the background on Dorner. All we have really been told is that he is killing cops and now they are all trigger-happy. From being in LA on an unrelated matter, see the upcoming story Yes MA’AM, No GMOs, the helicopters are buzzing and the squad cars are circulating. It is a manhunt almost like in the movies.
The second point is there is no ‘bringing him in’ agenda. It is shoot on sight after hunting him down with drones and then gauging the public’s reaction to what we do. I’m writing this story because a 23 year old man came to me and said, “I just read this and it really disturbed me. What has happened in this country to proper police procedure?” Gil Scott Herron was right, “the Revolution that took our Republic from us wasn’t televised.” Sorry Ben, we lost it.

However my young friend, it is also a sign of the times. While I was out of town and out of the loop in radio silence covering my last story, the pope resigned. My reaction was, “I thought they all just got poisoned or something.” But this is another sign of the times in that whoever the next pope is; he is foretold to be Our Last Pope! This info comes from the Catholic Church itself.


And the last that we are on target, North Korea, who not ONLY made a video dream of their desire to nuke us but just detonated its third nuclear test. Please watch parts 8&9 of The Man Who Saw Tomorrow on YouTube, adjust for the time period made, and start your personal skill set to survive. There are 3 groups of people that Jesus mentioned. There are those who are doomed, presumably evil, those who call his name to be saved, aka to survive the tribulation, and those who are slated to be gathered after the great troubles. Mathew 25 names them as ‘the wise virgins’. For a modern discernment of this parable, please review and reflect upon in Memoirs, Chapter 20, the last few pages; for publishing this part is a sign of the times. That was the reason for the December 21, 2012 release.

(All emphasis -  Ed; additional news source the Express, UK)

1 comment:

  1. It does seem that whenever they don't want to bring in the suspect alive, the tear gas canisters conveniently ignite the scene.

    Very informative gun control graphic!

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