Fired LAPD Officer Sought in Revenge Murders of Irvine Couple

“The violence of action will be high…. I will bring unconventional and asymmetrical warfare to those in LAPD uniform whether on or off duty,” Dorner wrote.

A former LAPD officer who wrote an online manifesto threatening to harm police officials and their families is wanted for allegedly killing the daughter of a former LAPD captain and her fiance.

Irvine police Wednesday night named Christopher Jordan Dorner, 33, as the suspect in the double slayings at the parking lot of an upscale Irvine apartment complex.

Officials warned that Dorner is armed and dangerous.

Law enforcement sources said police have placed security at the homes of L.A. police officials named in the manifesto and believe Dorner has numerous weapons.

In the online postings, Dorner specifically named the father of Monica Quan, the Cal State Fullerton assistant basketball coach who was found dead Sunday along with her fiance, Keith Lawrence.

Randy Quan, a retired L.A. police captain, was involved in the review process that ultimately led to Dorner’s dismissal.

Dorner, a former U.S. Navy reservist, was fired in 2008 for allegedly making false statements about his training officer.

Dorner said in his online postings that being a police officer had been his life’s ambition since he served in the police Explorer program.

Now that that had been taken away from him, he said, he suffered from severe depression, and was filled with rage at the people who forced him from his job.

Dorner complained that Quan and others did not fairly represent him at the review hearing.


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