WASHINGTON – Giant manhunt in Los Angeles to catch an ex-cop went to war against his colleagues. A dangerous man. Christopher Dorner, 33, is a veteran of the U.S. Navy and – unfortunately – a great shooter. From Sunday to date has killed three people, including an agent. It now runs armed, ready for anything. Dorner, cast in 2009 by Los Angeles police after throwing false accusations against a superior, came into depression and nurtured a deep hatred of the Department.
TARGETS – Sunday Dorner has cooled Monica Quan and her boyfriend, Keith Lawrence. The girl was the daughter of Randy Quan, an officer who had managed the expulsion of man from the police, and this has become a target. In the night between Wednesday and Thursday, the killer would return to strike. First shot, in Corona, on a patrol agents who have been injured in a serious way. There is no certainty of his involvement, but investigators do not rule it out. The victims were protecting one of the persons named in the manifest. A little later new ambush, this time in Riverside: a policeman killed, another wounded. The authorities have set up checkpoints and increased controls on the roads leading to the south Dorner could escape in Mexico. Indeed, it seems that on Tuesday he tried to steal a motor boat but did not succeed and then returned to his "war against the Department."