CBS News' John Miller analyzes why the LAPD is reopening the case that led to Christopher Dorner's firing and his possible escape plans.
Watch Randi Kaye's report on Dorner's claims.
Once the body is identified, will the people held hostage who made the call to police receive the $1,000,000,000 reward?
In response to Fuentes currently live in Anderson...if the police do not want to kill at first sight...then why have there been three people shot just for looking like or driving a vehicle like this person.
Christopher Dorner's actions are those of a man seeking revenge for his dismissal from L.A.P.D. His goal specifically was to target those directly (in his mind) who caused his dismissal and any collateral damage is the P.D.'s fault not his. They took away his life, not he will take away theirs.
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