February 9th, 2013
11:18 AM ET

Accused killer's military skills

Former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb says fugitive Christopher Dorner isn't a highly trained military sniper. "Thank goodness he's not a trained sniper or else we'd be in a lot worse situation in Los Angeles," says Webb. Dorner cited his skills in a manifesto on his Facebook page.

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  1. Veteran Michael

    Christopher Dorner, as a retired U.S. Military Combat Veteran and former Police Officer, I see a lot of thruth in your statements, called the "Manifesto" and incoherent ramble, as improperly defined by the Newspeak people. I hope you make it out alive and get some justice. I wish I could help you, in a much more peaceful way. Since your are now a painted target, I hope that someone else will have the courage to cause a Federal (FBI) probe into this matter. I salute you for your honesty and righteousness and meeting the motto "TO PROTECT AND SERVE" I am sorry that you had to be broken in spirit and mind. I hope that true justice can be served. P.S. Anderson Cooper; You and other Journalist have a duty to seekk the thruth in this matter.

    February 10, 2013 at 12:08 am |
  2. Sean Spotts

    Aftera dismounted mission to Afghanistan I came back with a combination of PTSD, Insomnia, Hyperternsion, and despression. Due to thr extensive wait period to wait for adequite medical care at FT Benning GA i began to delf medicate to help mitigate my symptoms of war. am in the process of being kicked out of the military with an Under than Honorable discharge. The benefits that i am to receive, even as a purple heart recipient, are going to be limited because of my status of discarge. Due to the downsiing of the military me, a highly decorated war hero, was kicked to the curb with less than a week to clear the army. With the current downsizing of military branches good, herioic, an valiant soldiers are being disgarded like trash to make due for the DoD budget cuts. Although i am ready to become a civilian again, after tours to Iraq and Afghanistan i feel as though the DoD is not prepared to take care of those with serivice related disabilities from the unjust wars that they had us take place in. I respectfully request that this minimal article be published to inform the local populatiuon of what is being done to bopnafide war heroes to save the government a few bucks. I defended my country, gave blood, sweat, and tears, only to be disgarded like a piece of trash. THank you for your time Anderson Cooper. Sincerely SGT Sean Spottts, Now known as PVT Sean Spotts

    February 9, 2013 at 7:39 pm |