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The cost to find Christopher Dorner

The manhunt for the guy who killed Los Angeles Police and their families cost one agency more than half a million dollars.  The search for Christopher Dorner lasted six days, ending with his death.  The San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department says it cost them $550,000 dollars.   They used 125 Deputies in the manhunt.   The LAPD hasn’t released its total cost.

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2 Comments to “The cost to find Christopher Dorner”

    HowIgnorantRU? said:
    March 1, 2013 at 8:00 PM

    Also cost an additional life of the officer who died at the final shootout.

    Norde said:
    March 12, 2013 at 5:56 PM

    It is endless the amount of times per week officers arrest an individual, label him a suspect-arrestee-defendant and then before arraignment or trial realize that he is innocent based on evidence. You know what they say when they realize an innocent man just had his life turned upside down?. “I guess he should have stayed at home that day he was discovered walking down the street and matching the suspects description. Oh well, he appeared to be a dirtbag anyways”. Meanwhile the falsely accused is left to pick up his life, get a new, family, friends, and sense of self worth.

    Don’t honor these fallen officers/dirtbags. When your family members die, they just see you as extra overtime at a crime scene and at a perimeter. Why would you value their lives when they clearly don’t value yours or your family members lives? I’ve heard many officers who state they see dead victims as ATV’s, Waverunners, RV’s and new clothes for their kids. Why would you shed a tear for them when they in return crack a smile for your loss because of the impending extra money they will receive in their next paycheck for sitting at your loved ones crime scene of 6 hours because of the overtime they will accrue. They take photos of your loved ones recently deceased bodies with their cellphones and play a game of who has the most graphic dead body of the night with officers from other divisions. This isn’t just the 20 something year old officers, this is the 50 year old officers with significant time on the job as well who participate.

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