The New Brand of “Justice” by LAPD: “Burn this motherf*cker!”

Cops yelled  burn this motherfuckerThere is a new kind of justice in 2013.  Christopher Dorner didn’t get a chance to have a trial by jury of his peers. LAPD became his judge, jury and executioner.

I don’t want to hear NOTHING about how the Obama administration is greenlighting “DRONES!” on terrorists, while the same screaming BANSHEES, remain silent while the USA police department plans and executes burning a suspected criminal alive without a fair trial.  Burning folks alive is straight out of the Klan playbook. Talk about open lawlessness in broad daylight with the world watching.

AMETIA here: The LAPD & San Bernadino PO PO wants everyone to know that if you fuck with them PERSONALLY, and kill a few citizens in the process, THERE WILL BE CHARRED BODIES!

Let’s not forget how the police asked to SHUTDOWN the media, while they carried out their execution of Chris Dorner. Nope, they couldn’t wait him out in the cabin.

IF this execution of Christopher Dorner is not investigated then anything goes in America and no one is safe. You can kiss your 14th Amendment Right GOODBYE!

Due Process Claus

The Fourteenth Amendment (Amendment XIV) to the United States Constitution was adopted on July 9, 1868, as one of the Reconstruction Amendments.

Its Citizenship Clause provides a broad definition of citizenship that overruled the Supreme Court’s ruling in Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) that had held that people of African descent could not be citizens of the United States.[1]

Its Due Process Clause prohibits state and local governments from depriving persons of life, liberty, or property without certain steps being taken to ensure fairness. This clause has been used to make most of the Bill of Rights applicable to the states, as well as to recognizesubstantive and procedural rights.

At about the 1:24 mark, you hear someone say “Burn it down”. Another says “go get the gas”. Another says “yea, burn it down”.

Attorney General Eric Holder: Investigate the LAPD and what Dorner addressed in his manifesto. Please sign the petition here.

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66 Responses to The New Brand of “Justice” by LAPD: “Burn this motherf*cker!”

  1. My Eyes! My Eyes! Jesus, Son of the Living God!

    Christopher Dorner — Gruesome Death Photos for Sale.

    Christopher Dorner’s badly scorched, partially dismembered body was photographed after his death … and TMZ has learned the pics are now being shopped to the media.

    TMZ has seen the photos (the sellers showed up to our doorstep) — and the shots are extremely gruesome.

    The top of Dorner’s head is gone … presumably the result of the self-inflicted gunshot wound that ended his life after the gun battle at a remote cabin in Big Bear, CA last week.

    The body is missing several limbs … including an arm and parts of a leg … and his midsection is charred from the fire that consumed the cabin during the Feb. 12 shoot-out.

    Despite the intense blaze, several body parts remained intact … including his eyeballs, chest area and penis.

    In fact, Dorner’s upper teeth were barely damaged … which helped authorities ID the body.

    TMZ did not purchase the photos — but the sellers are definitely on the hunt for a buyer.

  2. Christopher Dorner: Supporters organize on Facebook

    Several days after Christopher Dorner’s death ended his standoff with authorities, some sympathizers have been expressing support for him online and on the street.

    Dorner — accused of the slayings of four people — has gained some supporters on the Web who have read his alleged manifesto and believe its claims that he was unfairly fired by the Los Angeles Police Department and was a victim of racism.

    Dozens of protesters gathered outside LAPD headquarters in downtown L.A. on Saturday afternoon in an event they said was organized through a Facebook page called “I support Christopher Jordan Dorner.” The post announcing the protest advised attendees to “keep it PEACEFUL” and to bring recording equipment.

    The Facebook page states: “This is not a page about supporting the killing of innocent people. It’s supporting fighting back against corrupt cops and bringing to light what they do.”

    Those gathered Saturday said they were protesting police corruption and the way the massive manhunt for Dorner was conducted. Authorities said Dorner appears to have died from a self-inflected gunshot wound after a shootout with police in Big Bear on Tuesday, ending a deadly rampage that stretched across Southern California.

    Protesters also said they were appalled by police officers’ mistakenly shooting at passengers in two separate trucks in Torrance, wrongly believing Dorner might be in the vehicles. One woman was shot in the back and is still recovering.

  3. Chris Dorner Dead and Protests Arise in Los Angeles

    On Saturday, the same day that Chris Dorner, fugitive former Los Angeles cop, was confirmed dead by a self-inflicted wound, people gathered in front of the Los Angeles Police Department to protest police corruption, reports the New York Daily News.

    Protesters told the Los Angeles Times they didn’t support Dorner’s deadly methods, but objected to police corruption and brutality, and believed Dorner’s claims of racism and unfair treatment by the department. Many said they were angered by the conduct of the manhunt that led to Dorner’s death and injuries to innocent bystanders who were mistaken for him.

    Michael Nam, 30, who held a sign with a flaming tombstone and the inscription “RIP Habeas Corpus,” said it was “pretty obvious” police had no intention of bringing Dorner in alive.

    “They were the judge, the jury and the executioner,” Nam said. “As an American citizen, you have the right to a trial and due process by law.”

  4. Protesters Gather Downtown To Decry Christopher Dorner’s Death

    LOS ANGELES ( — About three dozen protesters gathered downtown on Saturday to decry the death of ex-Los Angeles police officer and quadruple murder suspect Christopher Dorner and express their feelings about the handling of the case.

    KNX 1070’s Ed Mertz reports that the protesters gathered across the street from police headquarters at 100 W. First Street. The demonstration began at 10 a.m. Saturday.

    Organizers of the peaceful demonstration told City News Service (CNS) that they anticipated the number of attendees to grow to more than 200 by noon.

    “We’re protesting some of the police brutality — not just LAPD, but all over the nation,” Lomita resident and Marine veteran Vincent Namm told CNS. “With Chris Dorner, habeas corpus just got thrown out the window.”

    “It’s like they [the police] were judge, jury and executioner. Of course, if the police are those three things, we have something called a police state,” he said, adding, “They didn’t seem like they were even interested in apprehending him.”

    Another protester said, “It makes me think maybe they wanted something to hid. Maybe they should have followed other measures to get Mr. Dorner out. I don’t know.”

    • Ametia says:

      THIS: ““It’s like they [the police] were judge, jury and executioner. Of course, if the police are those three things, we have something called a police state,” he said, adding, “They didn’t seem like they were even interested in apprehending him.”

  5. Frm Christopher Dorner’s manifesto:

    The internal affairs investigation in the academy involving —– was spurned by a complaint that I had initiated toward two fellow recruit/offifcers. While assigned patrol footbeat in Hollywood Division, Officers —– and —– (both current LAPD officers) decided that they would voice their personal feelings about the black community. While traveling back to the station in a 12 passenger van I heard —– refer to another individual as a nigger. I wasn’t sure if I heard correctly as there were many conversations in the van that was compiled of at least 8 officers and he was sitting in the very rear and me in the very front. Even with the multiple conversations and ambient noise I heard Officer —– call an indivdual a nigger again. Now that I had confirmed it, I told —– not to use that word again. I explained that it was a well-known offensive word that should not be used by anyone. He replied, “I’ll say it when I want”. Officer —–, a friend of his, also stated that he would say nigger when he wanted. At that point I jumped over my front passenger seat and two other officers where I placed my hands around —–’ neck and squeezed. I stated to —–, “Don’t fucking say that”. At that point there was pushing and shoving and we were separated by several other officers. What I should have done, was put a Winchester Ranger SXT 9mm 147 grain bullet in his skull and Officer —–’s skull. The Situation would have been resolved effective, immediately. The sad thing about this incident was that when Detective —– from internal affairs investigated this incident only (1) officer (unknown) in the van other than myself had statements constistent with what actually happened. The other six officers all stated they heard nothing and saw nothing. Shame on every one of you. Shame on Detective —– (same ethnicity as —–) for creating a separate 1.28 formal complaint against me (—– complaint) in retaliation for initiating the complaint against —– and —–. Don’t retaliate against honest officers for breaking your so-called blue line. I hope your son —–, who I knew, is a better officer than you, Detective —–. The saddest part of this ordeal was that Officer —– and —– were only given 22 day suspensions and are still LAPD officers to this day. That day, the LAPD stated that it is acceptable for fellow officers to call black officers niggers to their face and you will receive a slap on the wrist. Even sadder is that during that 22 day suspension —– and —– received is that the LAPPL (Los Angeles Police Protective League) paid the officers their salaries while they were suspended. When I took a two-day suspension for an accidental discharge, I took my suspension and never applied for a league salary. Its called integrity.

  6. Christopher Dorner Case Causes Some Minorities To Condemn Killings, But Sympathize With Motive

    One of the last ideas attributed to Christopher Dorner, the now infamous former Los Angeles police officer suspected of killing four people before a shootout and fire left him dead, amounts to a stock line from a Hollywood action flick.

    “What would you do to clear your name?” Dorner, 33 , asked in an invective-filled manifesto placed on his Facebook page before he was killed in a showdown with law enforcement officers Tuesday.

    Dorner’s answer produced almost unimaginable violence that the ex-cop and former Navy reservist himself described as “evil.” But for many Americans — particularly black Americans, who have experienced job losses, reputation dings and life turmoil after reporting alleged wrongdoing by others — Dorner’s concerns were all too real.

    And just what did Dorner describe in that manifesto? Dorner formally lost his job on the Los Angles police force in 2009 for filing an excessive force complaint against another officer, later deemed to be false. He includes case numbers associated with reports, other documents and a video in police custody that he claims prove that he told the truth.

    With Dorner gone, four people dead and a region’s law enforcement agencies still reeling, many other questions remain unanswered. Experts contacted by The Huffington Post this week said they had no direct knowledge of Dorner, but offered comments based on the manifesto police say he wrote and media reports about his violent spree and work history at the LAPD.

    “What this case indicates is that we are not all exactly happy, happy, happy in our allegedly post-racial, colorblind society,” said Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, a Duke University sociologist who studies stratification in the United States and Latin America. Bonilla-Silva wrote the 2009 book, Racism without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality.

    Bonilla-Silva is a black Puerto Rican living near Durham, N.C. Because of his dark skin and Spanish-inflected accent, he said he has experienced discrimination. He says some people treat him poorly because he’s black. Others assume he’s an undocumented immigrant.

    “Some people in this country do not suffer variations of racial insults, racial slights and obvious discrimination on a regular basis,” Bonilla-Silva said. “But for those of us who do, we know the patterns of disconnection that Dorner described. We understand some of his pain. We are not all on the verge of going wild. But we know what Christopher Dorner described in his manifesto is quite far from totally ludicrous.”

    Dorner claimed in his manifesto that the officer he named in his complaint was a policewoman known around town as “La Chubacabra.” (La Chupacabra is, depending on who is asked, a mythical and murderous creature with an often female face and vampire-like blood-lust, featured in the folklore of several Spanish-speaking countries.) The officer proudly claimed the sobriquet, Dorner wrote, because she enjoyed inflicting pain and drawing blood in her work.

    • IF black law enforcement set a building on fire with a white suspect in it and burned the alleged suspect alive…. the officers would be ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH MURDER.

  7. Dorner died of self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, authorities say


    No one believes anything from a lying racist corrupt LAPD.

  8. Rick Heltebrake with his dog Suni looks over the burned-out cabin where Christopher Dorner's remains were found after a police standoff Tuesday near Big Bear, Calif. Friday Feb. 15 2013. AP Photo-Nick Ut

    Rick Heltebrake with his dog Suni looks over the burned-out cabin where Christopher Dorner’s remains were found after a police standoff Tuesday near Big Bear, Calif., Friday Feb. 15, 2013. Heltebrake had been carjacked by Dorner. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

  9. The rights of a terrorist who has denounced America TRUMPS a black man’s rights in the USA. Equal justice my ass!

    • Craig Burns says:

      why is this man a hero to you?

      • Where did I say he was a hero? You imagined it. I am defending Christopher Dorner’s right to Due Process. He should have been tried in a court of law for the crimes he was accused of. It has NOTHING to do with me thinking of him as a hero. You are to blame for the twisted things made up in your head.

      • Ametia says:

        Hero? since when did defending American’s right to DUE PROCESS become hero worship. Naw son, you can’t handle the fact that we’re not going to go quietly into that good night while the police burn Americans alive without trial

        This ain’t the Salem witch hunt era, dude.

  10. CNN devoted breaking news coverage of a non life threatening disabled cruise ship but mum on a black man burned alive. How despicable!

    • Ametia says:

      Channel surfing this morning and heard on CNN that they are airing a special tomorrow night called “COP KILLER.” It’s about Dorner. SMGDH


  12. From Dorner to Waco to MOVE Bombing, A Look at Growing Militarization of Domestic Policing


      AMY GOODMAN: Finally, Norm Stamper, what you want to see come out of this as a former police chief yourself in terms of investigations?

      NORM STAMPER: Clearly, we have to look at the tactics from the beginning of this entire operation to its tragic conclusion. But, we also, I think really need to look at systemic instances of racism and other forms of discriminatory or bigoted behavior. It is one thing for police chiefs and sheriffs to denounce racism, to announce that there will be no tolerance of that kind of behavior, it is another to actually affect the working culture of police officers. The majority of whom, I think, have gotten the message. But, there are still pockets in every police department that are very pernicious and very troubling and they need to be rooted out. There are some people who should not be police officers.

  13. IF police had animals contained in a building & set it on fire knowing they couldn’t get out, the country would be OUTRAGED and demanding their immediate arrest! An animal’s life is more valued than a black man.

    Michael Vick went to prison for killing a dog. George Zimmerman murdered an unarmed black kid carrying a drink & candy and police allowed him to go home and roam the streets for 44 days.

  14. Craig Burns says:

    I point out some of the hypocrisies and you start cusssing and telling me to f off. just trying to state a different point of view. Rep. Sheila Jackson lee stated in congress that she is a freed slave. Yeah the police fs up sometimes, but if you kill a cops family member dont be surprised to be killed by one.

    • The LAPD is corrupt to the core! And I am still waiting on your response to LAPD’s wild frenzied lawlessness by shooting a 100 rounds of bullets in the back of a truck without identifying themselves. Is that proper procedure? They should be arrested and charged with a crime. Every citizen in this country has a right to Due Process. Law Enforcement had Dorner in a building. He was contained and surrounded by officers. He wasn’t going anywhere. All they had to do was wait him out. But no, they displayed unprofessional wild, frenzied lawlessness and denied a man a right to Due Process! What they did to Christopher Dorner was inhumane. IF police had animals contained in a building and set it on fire knowing they could not get out…the country would be outraged and demanding their arrest.

      • Frog Girl says:

        Amen! They wouldn’t even let the first department put the fire out. They said we’re letting it burn to the ground. Every law enforcement officer there should be stripped of their badge, charged with numerous felonies, and arrested with no bail. Put them in general population with the other alleged criminals.

      • Hi, Frog Girl!

        Everything you said X’s 10!

  15. Democracy Now

    An Intentional Fire? Police Use of Incendiary Tear Gas Criticized in Killing of Christopher Dorner


    This was the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s war. (And if you think that’s an exaggeration, note that Sheriff-Coroner John McMahon called the area a “war zone”).

    Pyrotechnic tear gas is known to be flammable and has been criticized following its use in the FBI’s deadly Branch Davidian siege in Waco, Texas in 1993.

    And 11 people died in what is being called the MOVE standoff with police in Philadelphia in 1985 after tear gas canisters set a residence occupied by activists on fire.

  17. Media Complicit in Cover Up of Dorner Execution

    Police audio from the Christopher Dorner siege reveals a deliberate plan to burn down the cabin in which Dorner was trapped, with one officer heard to say, “fucking burn this motherfucker,” before police discussed their intention to, “go ahead with the plan with the burners.”

    • Ametia says:

      There is NO WAY IN HELL I believe anything the media or the LAPD has shared about this case. Dorner did not receive DUE PROCESS, so how the fuck do we know the full details of this case, when this case was never given DUE PROCESS UNDER THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

  18. How can the other black officers in the LAPD live with themselves watching another human burned alive?

  19. Brian BentleyEx-LAPD Cop On Dorner’s Manifesto: ‘Not Only Do I Believe It, But I Lived It’

    Brian Bentley joined the LAPD in 1989 and was fired ten years later following the publication of “One Time: The Story of a South Central Los Angeles Police Officer,” a book that detailed the misconduct and racism he witnessed at the LAPD.

    Though his tenure in the LAPD ended six years before Christopher Dorner joined in 2005, Bentley says that the LAPD that Dorner described in his “manifesto” sounds familiar. He told EUR web that he believed the allegations in the manifesto: “Not only do I believe it, but I lived it.” (h/t Witness LA)

    He said there was a difference in the way complaints of racial harassment and misconduct were dealt with when he worked there and when Dorner worked there, but worries it hasn’t changed enough. Bentley said when he complained about racism, his captain responded: “I’ve been on the job for 35 years, you don’t think I know there’s racism. Who do you want me to bring it to? The deputy chief or the chief are just as racist.”

    Dorner’s complaints were allowed to be filed, but the system to deal with them was flawed, he said. Bentley told EUR web, “Even though officers today can file personnel complaints—look at what happens. There are clearly flaws in the system and Dorner is just one example of something that African-American officers have been experiencing for decades in the LAPD.”

    Dorner filed a complaint against two recruits early in his tenure that was at least halfway validated, according to a review of LAPD records by The Los Angeles Daily News:

    His troubles began as a Police Academy recruit in February 2006. It was then Dorner filed an official complaint, saying two other recruits had made “ethnic remarks,” an investigator wrote. The department found one recruit made such a comment, but the other had not.

    But his complaint that his training supervisor Teresa Evans kicked a suspect in the head ruined his career. The LAPD Board of Rights ruled that Dorner made up the complaint and Dorner was fired. Dorner defended his complaint he made against Evans in his manifesto.

    Bentley lost his job in a similar way: he was the subject of an investigation after making allegations of misconduct and racism in his book “One Time: The Story of a South Central Los Angeles Police Officer.” He said the investigation was led by two officers profiled in his book that were later promoted and transferred to Internal Affairs. He said he was charged with misconduct for every incident of racism that he documented in his book that he hadn’t initially reported. He was fired after the investigation.

  20. Standoff: Dorner surrounded by police

  21. Ametia says:

    And we have Wayne LaPiere running around screaming for a RACE WAR. buy guns, and kill the non-whites; they’re coming after you! It’s maddening. His ass needs to be locked up, for agitating and pushing violence and hate.

  22. Chris Dorner investigation: Charred remains positively identified as Chris Dorner

    YUCAIPA, Calif. (KABC) — The charred human remains found in a burned out cabin have been positively identified as Chris Dorner, the sheriff’s department announced Thursday.

    Positive identification was made through dental examination in the autopsy. Dorner’s driver’s license and some other personal effects were found with the body, authorities said.

    The manhunt for the fugitive former LAPD officer came to a fiery end on Tuesday after making a last stand in an Angelus Oaks mountain cabin.

    The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is defending the decision to use pyrotechnic tear gas, saying it was a tactic designed to end a barricade situation.

    “We did not intentionally burn down that cabin to get Mr. Dorner out,” said Sheriff John McMahon.

    But when authorities tossed pyrotechnic tear gas canisters, known as “burners,” into the cabin, it caught fire. Officers were heard over the scanners as the plan went into play.

    “Seven burners deployed and we have a fire,” a deputy was heard saying.

    • leutisha says:

      Sorry, Sheriff McMahon, that dog won’t hunt“

      We did not intentionally burn down that cabin to get Mr. Dorner out,” said Sheriff John McMahon.

      We know you’re lying and everyone who watched this shyt go down KNOW you’re lying, too. Y’all know you couldn’t allow that brotha to be taken ALIVE.

      Guess what? Just cause you did a 21st Century lynching doesn’t mean this shyt goes away, especially if Joe Jones keeps up the commentary.


      • Ametia says:


        Fuck, you and the pyro-cops!

    • Frog Girl says:

      How did you find his wallet there when it was found days before near the San Diego/Mexico boarder? Besides that, how is it possible for his wallet with his license inside to survive? The cabin was burnt beyond recognition and you want us to believe his license remained in tact? Yeah, we were born yesterday. Liars!

      • LAPD has NO shame to tell us such an OUTRAGEOUS lie. I mean really! And the media is too stupid to question that nonsense. It has been reported his badge and ID has been found 2 & 3 times. Oh, they are sooo BRAZEN!

  23. burned remains of the cabin where Dorner allegedly hid.

    burned remains of the cabin where Dorner allegedly hid.

  24. Hey thought you might wanna see this video. it’s pretty good.

  25. rikyrah says:

    the new brand same as the old brand.

    Lynch a Nigga.

  26. Lynching is an extrajudicial execution carried out by a mob, often by hanging, but also by burning at the stake or shooting, in order to punish an alleged transgressor, or to intimidate, control, or otherwise manipulate a population of people.

  27. Dorner manhunt: ‘Hot gas’ that burned cabin was last resort

    SWAT officers in the cabin standoff with murder suspect Christopher Dorner decided to use highly flammable “hot gas” canisters as a last resort after other efforts to persuade Dorner to surrender failed, according to law enforcement sources.

    Officers made the decision to use the canisters, which caused the cabin to catch fire, Tuesday as the sun was setting and authorities worried about dealing with Dorner at night in the remote Big Bear area, said the sources who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing. Dorner had continued to fire on officers, and they feared more deputies would be hurt or killed, they added.
    Authorities had chased Dorner into the cabin on Seven Oaks Road on Tuesday afternoon amid a massive gun battle in which one San Bernardino County deputy was killed and another badly wounded.

    Law enforcement officers lobbed conventional tear gas into the cabin, but when Dorner failed to emerge they used CS gas canisters, a more intense weapon known to start fires, and sent in a demolition vehicle. Dorner is believe to have died inside, though it is unclear if the fire caused his death.
    San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon said deputies did not purposely burn down the cabin. He said they deployed the CS canisters after they were left with no other options.

    “I can tell you it was not on purpose,” he said. “We did not intentionally burn down that cabin to get Mr. Dorner out.”

    • Stop your lies. There is audio of cops yelling “burn it down” “burn this motherfucker”.

      AND THIS:

      Burn that fucking house down!” shouted a deputy through a scanner transmission inadvertently broadcast on the Los Angeles local news channel, KCAL 9. “Fucking burn this motherfucker!” another cop could be heard exclaiming.

      While live ammo exploded inside the cabin, the deputies pondered whether the basement would burn as well – they wanted to know if its ceiling was made of wood or concrete. They assumed Dorner was hiding there, and apparently wanted to ensure that he would be burned to a crisp. “Because the fire is contained, I’m gonna let that heat burn through the basement,” a deputy declared.

  28. Law enforcement went immediately into their plan to burn Dorner up. Jimmy Lee Dykes was given days to surrender. Dorner wasn’t given a chance.

  29. NON Hip-Hop Rumors: Was Christopher Dorner Executed For Something Else?

    Well, we all know he was, because there was absolutely no due process, despite the heinous crime he was accused of.

    Now, where does that put this in a broader context? I heard that Christopher Dorner was killed and only killed based on orders from way up the food chain. Seems like this situation was BOTCHED from the onset and the only way to clean it u was to kill him, shutting him up. I cannot lie, dude had a 11k word manifesto. I didn’t read it, but I am informed that he had some claims against the LAPD that were very valid historically. It is rumored that Dorner knew SOMETHING MORE and was silenced forever. Furthermore, it seems that high tech seek and destroy technology was used to get him. They say he “car jacked” somebody and they found him that way. Sounds very medieval for a former LAPD and Military Man don’t you think? There are a lot of rumors swirling and they all say something else is going on.

    What do you think?

    Dude just looked way regular and happy…and now he’s suddenly a terrorist.

    • Craig Burns says:

      where is the outrage of the dead bodies he left in revenge of his former boss? Why does race come into play? You didnt hear that we have a freed slave currently in congress.

      • Where is your outrage of lawlessness about the LAPD shooting indiscriminately at private citizens without identifying themselves in pursuit of Christopher Dorner? And if you come back in here with that slave bull shit…I’m going to kick your AZZ out and you won’t get to post a damn thing here. Did I make myself clear?

      • Hey Craig, where is the outrage at the savage mob of outa control cops shooting a little 71 year old Hispanic LADY? Or when they opened fire on a short, skinny, WHITE guy and his passenger with absolute impunity? How did they CONFUSE these people with a 200 lbs 6ft tall black man??!!
        F off FOOL!!!!!!!!!!!

      • That’s my girrrrrrrrrl!


      • Ametia says:

        When was the first or last time you heard of a white man running around killing innocents being trapped in a cabin and BURNED to death, without a fair trial? GTFOH

        • The Aurora killer gunned down 12 people and injured 58 and police arrested him and sent him to jail. The media then started pushing the mental illness meme but CNN calls Dorner an animal.

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