He’s a self-desribed big fan of MSNBC, all those plays of the race card by Tingles and company no doubt influenced his thinking.
The former policeman being hunted in California over three murders said in his “manifesto” that he had been racially abused in the force.
Some 125 officers were deployed in and around Big Bear, east of Los Angeles, where police found the Nissan pickup truck belonging to Christopher Dorner, 33, who had posted a chilling online manifesto.
“We’ll keep working on it until we’re able to either locate the suspect, or determine that he’s no longer in the Big Bear Valley,” said San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon, as schools and ski lifts were put on lockdown.
“We did find some tracks around the vehicle, but they did not lead to the suspect … we are committed to continuing this operation.”
It also emerged that Dorner had sent a package a week ago to CNN host Anderson Cooper, with a note saying “I never lied,” a DVD and a coin shot through with bullet holes, the news anchor said.