Christopher Dorner – A.A. Hire?
Now that the dust has settled on the rampaging cop killer, Chrisopher DORNER, (Born June 4, 1979 in New York) perhaps we could explore some of the faults that led up to Dorner‘s recent murderous rage that cost the lives of 4 innocent victims.
Christopher DORNER was hired by the Los Angeles Police Department (L.A.P.D.) in 2005 until he was fired in 2008. Like all U.S. law enforcement agencies, the L.A. Police are under tremendous political pressure to load the ranks with affirmative action hires. Many of these A.A. employees should never have been considered for these entrusted positions when more fully-qualified White police applicants were willing and able to pass on MERIT alone. There are many thousands of W.H.A.M(s) who’ve been unfairly denied opportunities to compete on a level playing field since affirmative action came into force. The following excerpts are written by …
Recently-deceased black gunman, Christopher Dorner, is fairly typical of black mass murderers who feel that White society has wronged them, and deserves to be shot at.
- Colin Ferguson
- Omar Thornton
- Mark Essex, the 1972 Howard Johnson’s Sniper
- John Allen Muhammad, Beltway Sniper
- Jamie Foxx as the fictional Django Unchained.
And a whole bunch of guys you’ve never heard of, or if you’d heard of the incident, you’d say “That guy was black? I didn’t know that! Why didn’t anyone mention it?”
What makes Dorner different: for (3) years, he was a member of the Los Angeles Police Department, fired for lying about another officer’s alleged (by him) “violence and racism”. [LAPD records: Fugitive Christopher Dorner had troubled tenure, By Eric Hartley, LA Daily News, February 9, 2013]
Steve Sailer asked
Immediately after the New York Times headlined “Shooting Suspect’s Racism Allegations Resound for Some,” the chief of the LAPD announced the department would re-investigate why Christopher Dorner was fired.
As usual, the opposite question from the one being obsessed over in the media seems more worthy of investigation: Why was this highly defective individual hired in the first place? Why did the LAPD, which is big enough to afford the most sophisticated screening processes, ever give this man a badge and a gun?
The answer, of course: Affirmative Action. In a piece for The American Enterprise, Jan Golab said
The LAPD was once known as “the world’s greatest police department,” due largely to its stringent character screening.
About 40 years ago – TV Series, Adam-12 L.A.P.D.
(Also watch for the 39 cents per gallon sign)
Back in the era of Sergeant Joe Friday, LAPD candidates were checked out as thoroughly as homicide suspects. Even a casual relationship with any known criminal excluded a candidate from being considered as a police officer.
All that is now history. In a bid to appease racial activists and meet federal decrees, strict screening and testing measures were dismantled.
New black and Hispanic officer-candidates were now hustled into the ranks at any cost. What former deputy chief Steve Downing called “a quagmire of quota systems” was set up, and “standards were lowered, and merit took a back seat to the new political imperatives.” [The American Enterprise: How Racial P.C. Corrupted the LAPD (alternate link) By Jan Golab, June 2005]
Lyga (was actually) an undercover police officer, able (unlike most people in LA County) to shoot back. Kevin Gaines was Dead Right There, with a bullet in his heart. Of course, Lyga was investigated 3 times by Internal Affairs, sued by Johnnie Cochran, and (also) an attempt was made to frame him by another black officer—Rafael Perez.
Rafael Perez, who is black/Hispanic, one of the LAPD’s few bilingual black officers before he got caught at the center of the scandal — stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of cocaine from police evidence lockers. He’s one of the people who shot and framed Honduran gang member Javier Oviando. (See below.)
Found guilty of an actual bank robbery (which netted $722,000—money that is still missing) Mack is also a suspect in the murder of Biggie Smalls, a.k.a., the Notorious B.I.G, in 1997. He was in jail until 2010, when he was released.
According to PBS, along with his partner Ray Perez …
Nino Durden shot, framed and then testified against unarmed 19-year old gang member Javier Ovando in 1996. Arrested for attempted murder in July 2000, Durden pled guilty to 10 state and federal charges, including the false arrest of Ovando…”
Ovando now in his wheelchair: