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February 8th, 2013
11:57 AM ET

Friend: Alleged cop killer Dorner was sensitive to racism


Los Angeles (CNN) - Police continued the massive manhunt for Christopher Dorner early Friday in a Southern California mountain town as a severe winter storm that may help cover the tracks of the suspected cop killer moved in.

As quickly as Dorner emerged on the scene with his guns, bravado and bitter manifesto, the burly man, who is a suspect in three murders, disappeared, it seemed.

Investigators suspect him of killing a police officer, and another officer's daughter and fiance, to settle a score for what he called an unjust firing.

This morning on "Starting Point," James Usera, former classmate of Christopher Dorner, on his experience with the accused cop killer and his manifesto.

READ MORE: Manhunt continues for ex-police officer wanted in 3 deaths

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  1. Mike Carney

    Soledad now that the Dorner fiasco is over I think it is time for some to start asking the touch questions. Like what would make a sane man act the way he did? The LA police department is corrupt, they purger themselves daily. All the crime they are sworn to fight, they are allowed to commit. Any time there is a code of silence there is something to hide. This should not go uninvestigated.

    February 13, 2013 at 2:40 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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