DOCUMENTS: Deposition, Legal Papers Challenging LAPD
Posted: Feb 07, 2013 2:09 PM EST Updated: Feb 08, 2013 4:46 PM EST
FOX 11′s Robin Sax obtained exclusive video that adds another piece of the puzzle to the Chris Dorner investigation. (This video should be looked at with Board of Rights and Appellate court decisions as context).
Chris Dorner’s manifesto gave a specific call to action to all who read it — investigate his claims he was unfairly terminated by the LAPD. (Chris Dorner made a report that Sgt Evans kicked a suspect during an arrest. The Board of Review deemed that a false report against an officer and Dorner was terminated).
The official LAPD Board of Review painted the termination case as the training officer’s word (Sgt Evans) against Officer Dorner. They suggested it was a “he said, she said.” There were civilian witnesses including the victim of the alleged kick–Christopher Gettler and his father who were called to testify. Both recount, Gettler saying he was kicked. While court documents suggest that, Gettler was too inarticulate and un-credible this video allows you to judge for yourself.
The person at the center of the brutality investigation Christopher Gettler. This video exclusively obtained through my sources shows Gettler’s testimony for the Board of Review. This is Gettler’s – the one Dorner says was kicked in the head — perspective on the incident.
Questioning Gettler is Randy Quan. Quan is the appointed advocate and lawyer for Dorner. He is also the father of murder victim (daughters name) killed Sunday night in Irvine with her fiancé. Dorner is suspected in both their murders.
Legal analyst Robin Sax dug up 21 documents related to the instances of alleged police corruption that ex-LAPD officer Chris Dorner detailed in his online manifesto. Among the documents are Internal Affairs information, Court of Appeals documents and more. You can read through the documents at the links below:
Dorner v LAPD Court Case
Petition for Writ of Mandamus (Robin says this is the document where Dorner asks the court to review LAPD’s Board of Review’s decision to terminate him):
Appellate Court Decision:
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