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40 Fired LAPD officers seek reviews of their cases in wake of Dorner rampage, citing Dorner's complaints as legitimate.

"Forty former officers have filed review requests since Dorner killed four people in February and prompted the department to reconsider cases of former officers with dismissal grievances.
The requests have put the department's disciplinary procedures under scrutiny. Many officers feel that there are genuine problems of institutional racism and capriciousness in the force."

Chris Dorner blew the whistle on corrupt cops, the corrupt cops murdered him to the cheering of the masses.

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LAPD fired multiple

rounds at blue trucks that were not Dorner's.

The women may have won $4.2 million

but no one is in jail. Another example that money talks and the law walks.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.