WHY was a simple apology never offered to Christopher Dormer to lessen fatalities and mitigate property damage?
The answer is called “Collateral Damage.”
There is clearly a battle between light and darkness, as forces match-up in the “Battle of Good and Evil” featuring Christopher Dorner—a sharp-shooter, whistleblower, and trained military assassin turned mass murderer in a Hollywood script-like saga unfolding in the LAPD and the media.
What’s in a name? A personal identity? For Christopher Dorner his good name and good faith investment in the system was stolen from him and he is now retaliating.
Urgent social, political, and judicial determinations are being tested with this emerging story, comparing State-sponsored crime and terrorism to a whistleblower turned vigilante. Both parties, the hunter and the hunted, engage crime and terrorism, both cause collateral damage, loss of life and property. Both terminate lives, destroy families, and affect innocent people.
Watch this challenging video analysis and commentary on the emerging tragedy. Dr. Leonard Horowitz and Investigative Journalist, Sherri Kane’s propose a solution that is being neglected for the same reason Dorner is owed an apology and not getting it.
Check out their radio program on this topic here: blogtalkradio.com/lnmrn/2013/02/12/the-horokane-hour-hosted-by-dr-len-horowitz-and-sherri-kane