Cop killer Christopher Dorner fan of Tim Tebow


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Former member of the LAPD and murderer of L.A. policeman (he shot and injured two others) Christopher Dorner is at large. Dorner wrote this dark and disturbing manifesto before hunting and killing those who he feels disrespected him. Believe it or not, the story of cold-blooded cop killer Christopher Dorner has a football connection. His manifesto mentions old football injuries and their possible effect on his twisted mind. He also seems to be the only person who still believes in Tim Tebow.

It’s an inconvenient truth when you realize the ramblings of a murderer have some very valid points, especially on LAPD corruption/racial atrocities, gun control, Westboro Baptist Church and Dave Brubeck.

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Here’s what Christopher Dorner had to say about Tim Tebow. Unfortunately for #15 no NFL GMs share Dorner’s view:

Tebow, I really wanted to see you take charge of an offense again and the game. You are not a good QB by todays standards, but you are a great football player who knows how to lead a team and WIN. You will be “Tebowing” when you reach your next team. I have faith in you. Get out of that circus they call the Jets and away from the reality TV star, Rex Ryan, and Mark Rapist Sanchez.

Well, he’s right about the New York Jets being a reality tv frathouse; with Ryan the house social chair. But Ben Roethlisberger has the rapist reputation (charges were never prosecuted, a cop should know that) not Sanchez. He’s the butt fumble guy. With all this talk lately of CTE and concussions, and just how many brain bruises one can receive playing football, the following excerpt is not to be ignored. We’ve seen players like former Bears safety Dave Duerson and Patriots linebacker Junior Seau suffer extreme brain damage, and later commit suicide. The cop killer Christopher Dorner turned his aggression outward instead. One day Dorner’s brain may be analyzed and evidence of severe damage related to his football days may be found.

Since 6/26/08 when I was relieved of duty and 1/2/09 when I was terminated I have been afflicted with severe depression. I’ve had two CT scans during my lifetime that are in my medical record at Kaiser Permanente. Both are from concussions resulting from playing football. The first one was in high school, 10/96. The second was in college and occurred in 10/99. Both were conducted at Kaiser Permanente hospitals in LA/Orange county. These two CT scans should give a good baseline for my brain activity before severe depression began in late 2008.

The whole things is VERY LONG but you can read all of Christopher Dorner’s manifesto (censored version) here

You can read all of Dorner’s manifesto (uncensored version) here

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Comments

  1. First of all, do some fact checking before you write anything about this “suspected” killer. One cop was killed, and the daughter and fiance of a former LAPD police captain was also shot dead.

    For being a “A Fulbright scholar, published author and MBA, Banks has appeared on live radio all over the world; he’s also a member of the Football Writers Association of America, U.S. Basketball Writers Association, and Society of Professional Journalists.” You didn’t do enough research on this opinion and find it funny that you call him out on his inaccuracy.

    Second, I’ve read his “manifesto” twice, completely through and find his writing to be far, far short of “rambling”. It’s thought out, fairly easy to read albeit a bit long, and has some grammar errors…but far from “rambling”. Hell, his writing is far better than many in your field of “journalism”, and even though I have yet to read much of your work…I will do what you should have done, and research your work thoroughly before I make a judgement on it. However, based on this one piece, I can sort of see where my research is going to take me.

    I don’t condone what Dorner has done, if in fact he has done what he will never be charged for, because he will be shot on site. Murder is murder, and it’s wrong, but I think that you should have put as much research into this piece as your credentials claim the type of writer you are.

  2. paulmbanks says:

    1. I said he killed a cop and shot 3 policemen. corroborated with ABC News

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/christopher-dorner-vanished-powerful-weaponry/story?id=18437045

    “More than 24 hours after Dorner allegedly shot and killed one police officer and injured two others, police say they have no idea where the former cop with a vendetta against police has gone.”

    2. I read all of his manifesto too. It covers 11,000 words and covers dozens of topics. How is this not rambling when he spends a lot of time jumping around from point to point? If he stuck to his thesis, his main objective in writing this- how the LAPD is corrupt and wrongfully punished him than I would be less hesitant to call it rambling.

    And basic journalism, oh I’m sorry “journalism” as you call it, requires saying what you need to say in as few words as possible. If I were his editor, I could make this piece much more concise and crisp. He does make a lot of valid points, but they get lost in the sea of hatespeech and vitriol

  3. paulmbanks says:

    You are right that he may never stand trial for his crimes and get a true legal judgment, but that’s because he may pull the trigger himself. His manifesto reads like a suicide note, and he claims like he’s willing to die.

    Finally, let me applaud you for saying that you will do more research on my writing before judging. I invite you to stay here, take a look around. Given your email and handle, here are a couple pieces you would enjoy

    http://www.thesportsbank.net/college-fball/ohio-state-recruiting-class-798/

    http://www.thesportsbank.net/college-fball/new-era-of-michigan-ohio-state-345/

  4. “once again I have a hostile, overly-critical commenter, once again they’re an #ohiostate fan. BIG SURPRISE @The1Tab feels my pain Time ago 15 Minutes via Twitter”

    Really? Hostile? Overly critical? I think you’re overreacting.

    At least you changed part of your story to the proper facts. It would seem that my first impressions about you were correct. To think that I was going to thank you for admitting your error.

    As you posted on twitter, you have my email, and could have very easily denied posting the comment and spoken to me directly.

    “1. I said he killed a cop and shot 3 policemen. corroborated with ABC News”

    You didn’t. I read your post at SportsJabber through blog affiliation which prompted me to post here.

    You original story was written as follows…

    “Former member of the LAPD and murderer of three Los Angeles cops Christopher Dorner is at large. Dorner wrote this dark and disturbing manifesto before hunting and killing those who he feels disrespected him. “

  5. Before this breaks down any further, I really would like to thank you for changing the story to reflect the proper information.

    I know that we’re both writing at the same time and I see your points, and you see some of mine. I just want to say that I am not hostile, I’m not angry, and again let me say that I don’t condone murder.

    I will stick around as I said and will check out more of your writing. Based on your personal responses, I see that you are passionate about what you are writing about.

    Thank you for taking the time to respond to my comments.

  6. paulmbanks says:

    The tweet refers to someone on an old post on Chicago Now, not you. Sorry for any confusion

  7. paulmbanks says:

    So please don’t think that was directed at you. Although with the weird coincidental timing I could see why you would. I don’t approve comments that are overly hostile and/or critical, they get deleted.

    You’re free to say “this sucks because…….”

    or “you’re wrong because……” But you’re not free to say “this sucks” and/or “you’re wrong” without any follow through

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