Dorner's Last Stand - Live Webcast

Tyler Durden's picture

It appears that the authorities have finally caught up with the infamous LAPD vigilante, who is now engaged in a shoot out with the police in the Big Bear area. Follow his last stand at the following CBS newsfeed live. A separate stream from the inland CHP can be found here.

To those joining in now, here is what you've missed:

A person believed to be the fugitive ex-Los Angeles cop sought in three killings exchanged gunfire with authorities in the San Bernardino Mountains on Tuesday, a law-enforcement official said on condition of anonymity.


The officer requested anonymity because the officer was not authorized to speak publicly about the ongoing investigation.


It's believed Christopher Dorner committed a residential burglary of a cabin where a couple was tied up, the officer said. One of the people was able to get away and make a call.


Authorities responded to the location and gave chase when the burglar fled in a stolen car. Gunfire was exchanged.


The area is in the Big Bear region where a search for Mr. Dorner has been under way since his pickup truck was found there Thursday.


A KCAL-TV reporter in the Angelus Oaks area along Highway 38 reported gunfire in his vicinity. The noise of the gunbattle was broadcast by the station, whose reporter suddenly found himself near the fight. Someone could be heard yelling at the reporter to get out of the area.


Road blocks are up around Big Bear.

From CBS LA:


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CompassionateFascist's picture

yep. They got Bogart there too. 

francis_sawyer's picture

@Dr. E


Yeah, I know what 'role' you mean... [comment below]... In any case... 'Attica! Attica! Attica!'

Squid Vicious's picture

+100 for Dog Day Afternoon quote!

francis_sawyer's picture

<=== Ponch gets him first

<=== John gets him first


CHP is 'on the job'... InTrade wagering available above

Jacque Itch's picture

That's a cool million $ for the couple that got robbed/tied up

nmewn's picture

Chief Dan Mathews (Broderick Crawford) would already have him bagged & tagged ;-)

Hulk's picture

Reed and Malloy would have shit their pants by now...

francis_sawyer's picture

Dick Webb woulda had 'em...


This is the city... Los Angeles, California... a city of sun baked people & half baked ideas...

dellievan's picture

Call in Huggy Bear, with either Starskey or Hutch  . . . . .  problem solved!

ACP's picture

Hey where's the "It's on Like Donkey Kong" pic?

BTW "vigilante" is incorrect. Vigilantes kill criminals, not the daughters of people who supposedly did wrong.

nmewn's picture

Now now...lets not confuse the spectators in the coliseum ;-)

knukles's picture

Oh you sick little puppy.
Bread and Circuses Forever.
Hunger Games!

Booyah Motherfuckers!


Just ask Mandy Bigtits, she'll be able to expalin it; "Well I was thinking duh..."

nmewn's picture

And people say they can't stand football because of "the mesermizing violence" of it all.

Whats this 2x4 doing in my eye ;-)

jimmytorpedo's picture

Bread and Circuses?

I'm gluten free and afraid of clowns.

Now what do I do?

Mark Carney's picture

Could one of these deranged assholes at least take out the right targets? such as : blankfein, Dimon or bernak....seriously if you're going to do it, do it right.

otto skorzeny's picture

that fucking blankfein was on CNBC today w/ his gay little beard that  he's growing and talking about how the market is set to rip and I wanted to puke

gofigure's picture

Blankfein or stand-in double?

Sam Clemons's picture

The people who are smart enough to realize these are the guys pillaging this country's wealth are the people with too much to lose. 

Although a different context, Tim DeChristopher summarized it well:  The closer we get to that point where it's too late, the less people have to lose by fighting back. The power of the Justice Department is based on its ability to take things away from people.

ElvisDog's picture

I would add that the power of law enforcement in general is based on the overwhelming majority of people voluntarily following the "rules" of society. When that no longer is the case, anarchy begins. The system is really quite fragile.

booboo's picture

Absolutely fucking correct, law enforcement purposefully stays clear of the criminal element until they are forced to react, on the other hand they actively hunt down innocent law abiding citizens because they know by their very nature they will comply with their demands....until they don't and THEN it will be on like donkey kong.

nmewn's picture


And lately anarchy seems a much better path for individuals & groups than what passes for "the law" these days.

neptunium's picture

I just wish one of you guys would go and visit johannesburg for a bit and see how long your hatred of law-enforcement lasts - no money, no law - talk about fucking elites?

You believe in this fashionable end-of-days collapse scenario, most people here do, what you don't understand is that unless they find more productive things to do your offspring will probably be doing the same in 30 years time. 

Modern society is indeed fragile, but it doesn't take much fucking anarchy to persuade right-thinking people which alternative is better.


Sam Clemons's picture

The only reason things have stayed okay here is standard of living.  Not law enforcement.  We have the world's reserve currency.  The government prints it up to buy goon squads and pay off poor people to keep violence suppressed.  Hierarchy of Needs.  A man's family isn't fed, bad shit happens.


stacking12321's picture

you use the term "anarchy" in a vulgar, perjorative sense.

its true meaning is merely the absence of the coercive state.

if you truly feel that the absence of laws and of coercive threats will immediately turn you into a raping, murdering, theiving lunatic, then that probably says something about you.


thisandthat's picture

Yeah, I never got the suicide thing - once gotten to that, why not go after someone responsible for your situation, instead - what'd you have to lose?

Poor Grogman's picture

Australian Farmers have a high rate of suicide.

The problem is they havent got time to read ZH  and therefore most of the poor guys dont realise that most of their financial problems stem from the twin evils of...

1  Unbacked Fiat currency since 1971

2  Fictional reserve banking.

3Growth of government facilitated by 1 and 2.

4 Grinding Inflation and Taxtion facilitated by 1 and 3.

thisandthat's picture

Can understand most people are just desperate and mislead and don't know what hit them - and are non violent by nature - but for instance, that greek folk that was on the news, who immolated himself on Syntagma square, in front of the parlement, did it for political motives to draw attention to the general situation and try to stir things up, not out of personal desperation as it was noticed then, so what gives, could've gone after some politicians/bankers and be an hero, rather than a martir, and live to tell and see the outcome, fight another battle even.

Poor Grogman's picture


The unbacking of the currency from gold was a unilateral action.  It would be many years before the results of those actions weakened and then finally destroyed the very lives of some of our best.


How many more honest hard working farmers must be literally ground into dust before the scales fall from the eyes of humanity and they realise the depth of the fraud that has been wraught on them?

Our monetary system is fraudulent pure and simple, and no good will ever come of it...

thisandthat's picture

For better or for worst, we live in a capitalist world, so trying to invoke and uphold moral principles is like trying to win at chess by playing with checkers rules - doesn't compute; fat chance in hell. So, either people starts fighting fire with fire, by organizing left and right as corporations (individuals, unions, etc.), becoming service providers (=business partners) rather than employees (=part time slaves), thus leveling the playing field (taxes, benefits, etc.), or they just give up, Gandhi style, so it all collapses from inaction. Anything else is probably just an illusion.

Go Tribe's picture

No kidding. Where are the Muslim terrorists when you really need them?

Fredo Corleone's picture

Francis Sawyer --

Truly, the first thought which came to mind when seeing the title of this article was the final scene in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."

Butch Cassidy: How many are following us ?
Sundance Kid: All of 'em.
Butch Cassidy: All of 'em'? What's the matter with those guys ?

monoloco's picture

It looks like they decided to just go ahead and BBQ him.

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

This seems eerily like the end of the Branch Davidians in Waco. I wonder how much that fire will hide.


Old Poor Richard's picture

And the Move Commune.  (Note to self: Do not hole up in a combustible fortress.)  This was definitely a case of "Bring him in boys, dead... not alive."  Crispy, even better.


Piranhanoia's picture

OJ Simpson, with the glove, at the cabin.

redpill's picture

Clue: Deranged Negro Edition

toothpicker's picture

MK Ultra'd & groomed for the occasion

Wile-E-Coyote's picture

Don't really matter he will commit suicide in the woods, four gun shots to the head... sigh

knukles's picture

Hands tied behind his back, fingers cut off, wrists and elbows broke, out cold.

faustian bargain's picture

No no, he said he wanted to donate his brain to science. So he's going to cut off his head, toss it out the back window, stab himself in the chest 12 times, tie himself up, and burn down the cabin.

SilverIsKing's picture

He should provide a live feed from inside his bunker.