Anderson Cooper talks to a friend of fugitive Christopher Dorner who went to college with the former cop suspected of shooting three police officers.
James Usera is mentioned in Dorner's long manifesto on his Facebook page. In part, he wrote to Usera, "Thanks for introducing me to outdoor sports...you even introduced me to PBR...I'm sorry I'll never get to go on that moose and bear hunt with you. I love you bro."
"When I first read it, I have to confess that I was somewhat flattered...it seems that I'm a person whom he respects," said Usera about his initial reaction to learning of the compliments from Dorner. "Going deeper and putting it in the context of this manifesto....it is shocking to say the least. Who wants to be lumped in to this kind of fiasco, frankly. It's beyond shocking."
Anderson asked Usera what he would tell Dorner now. The message to his old college friend: "Turn yourself in."
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