Christopher Dorner is the guy on a one-man mission to clean up the Los Angeles Police Department and clear his name. In his rambling manifesto he names names and lists out the people he admires and loathes. He admires President George H.W. Bush, Senator Feinstein, and Anderson Cooper. He loathes most of the LAPD, NRA President Wayne LaPierre, and Fareed Zakaria.
He’s neutral to law enforcement outside of the LAPD but warns outside agencies to stay out of his way. “If you proceed with a traffic stop or attempt to notify other officers of my location or for backup you will not live to see the medal of valor you were hoping to receive for your actions. Think before you attempt to intervene. You will not survive.” Dorner apparently followed up on this threat by shooting two Riverside police officers who tried to stop him.
And then he writes this about cyclists:
Cyclist, I have no problem sharing the road with you. But, at least go the ****** speed limit posted or get off the road!!! That is a feasible request. Livestrong you fraudulent ********.
Remember, this is the opinion of a trained Los Angeles Police Officer. Are his views on cyclists representative of other officers in the department? <-- Update: My apologies to my friends in law enforcement for this; it was completely out of line and does not match with what I believe about their character and their jobs.
Update: I see now that Biking In LA beat me to this.