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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/13...77590.html


I can't believe that no one else is questioning that his identification made it through so many hours of the burn down.

It's a miracle.
(02-13-2013 10:17 PM)NickNick Wrote: [ -> ]http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/13...77590.html


I can't believe that no one else is questioning that his identification made it through so many hours of the burn down.

It's a miracle.


Maybe the drivers license was made up of the same indestructible material the 9/11 terrorist passport was that was conveniently found after the twin towers were taken down....who knows. It’s easier to identify the culprits when the identification withstands fire and explosions right?
ok. this is indeed shitty. something is not right, IMO.
they found a wallet on the 7th as well...
Quote:After authorities interviewed the boat captain early Thursday, they found Dorner's wallet and identification cards "at the San Ysidro Point of Entry" near the U.S.-Mexico border
http://articles.latimes.com/2013/feb/11/...s-20130212

just the id surviving inside of a wallet through the fire... remotely possible.
but with two wallets found and the second one making it through a fire... thats enough oddity, IMO, to say something shitty is going on.
I don't think anything made out of platic, wood or paper could have made it through all those hours of fire. NO way.

I have pur pennies in fire and they bend. NO way could any plastic make it through all those hours of heat.
OH, we sat through most all of the firefight. The news announced that Dorner had a silencer on his weapon and all the Simi automatic fire was from the officers.

How is it that the only shot that was heard was the one that happed after the fire started? Did the silencer get taken off the weapon after the fire started?

So many things do not add up. This is very odd to me.
there are many tactical wallets that withstand fire.
also thick leather wallets might protect it enough depending on the proximity to the flames. in a basement it could have been the ceiling burning. and not the floor. regardless... pretty sure they killed him and at least one wallet is bogus.
my reaction at the moment is this:

Last week they said they found a wallet by the mexican border because they wanted to release a story that made it sound like he had fled the country. they didn't know if they would find him or not, and wanted to reduce panic. then he is spotted again in the US. maybe they found him at said cabin... maybe it was staged... but then they pull the wallet story again to "confirm" that it was him that died.

i would not be surprised if it turns out to be someone else.
Didn't they say he had an old couple tied up in there? What happened to them. I do also find it strange that the ID made it through that fire.
(02-13-2013 10:47 PM)NickNick Wrote: [ -> ]I don't think anything made out of platic, wood or paper could have made it through all those hours of fire. NO way.

I have pur pennies in fire and they bend. NO way could any plastic make it through all those hours of heat.

Probably zinc pennies (post-1982). Much lower melting point than copper.
There is something very odd about all of this.
(02-14-2013 01:40 AM)NickNick Wrote: [ -> ]There is something very odd about all of this.

Nothing odd at all... just business as usual for California law enforcement.

They consider themselves as the judge, jury and the executioner.

They burned/killed this man deliberately... just like like they did to those people in Waco.
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