How could an x police officer become a serial killer?

Christopher Dorner was fired from the LAPD, but they do intensive background checks on all of their police officer job candidates. If they did that type of background check on him then wouldn't the police have concluded that he is too dangerous to be a police officer? Who says James Holmes could not become a police officer? With police officers like Dorner, guns should definitely be legal.

Asked By: - 2/10/2013
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There are many current police officers that are serial killers. It depends on where you are. There have also been cops that were mass murderers, usually the stories don't make it into the media at least not for long. In a likemannerr, the intentional shooting of two completely innocent ladies they had not bothered to... More
Answered By: Rhymes with Loner - 2/10/2013
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Most likely he had no symptoms of his present mental disorder at the time he was hired... More
Answered By: The First Dragon - 2/10/2013
Apparently he got tired of the way life is,we are of two types,the haves,and the have nots.The wheels of his ability in his job didn't satisfy the racist people in control.Life isn't fair at all, he snapped.I'm sure a lot of very affluent people are involved in this to their eye balls,but he is now a murderer so no one... More
Answered By: one10soldier - 2/10/2013
I think anyone, under the right type and amount of pressure, can become a killer. I don't believe Dorner was dangerous when he was hired by LAPD. I think he BECAME a threat once he lost faith in the people who are supposed to uphold the law, and in the legal system that was supposed to keep the balance of fairness... More
Answered By: Truthseeker1980 - 2/10/2013
I think he had been wronged by some people who work in the Los Angeles police department. Hopefully the truth will come out when they reopen the case why his employment in the LAPD was terminated.
Answered By: ChevalierCourageux - 2/10/2013
There are some real idiots in law enforcement. Including this fellow who is a pet of Jerry Brown, alleged governor of California;
Answered By: Dogface - 2/10/2013
Dorner was hired by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) on February 7, 2005; he was terminated on September 4, 2008, for allegedly lying when reporting a fellow police officer, Teresa Evans (now a sergeant), for police brutality. Dorner accused Officer Evans of kicking suspect Christopher Gettler in the face while... More
Answered By: Freedom - 2/11/2013
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