(PP)- Critics of the big spending Democrat Mayor of Los Angeles Antonio Villaraigosa expressed concerns that a $1 million dollar reward for the capture and conviction of former police officer Christopher Dorner will create problems with citizens expecting similar rewards for reporting other crimes that do not involve threats against the police.
“We’ve had requests from every two bit hood from Long Beach to Lancaster trying to cut a seven figure deal,” said an off duty detective hiding behind the mask of anonymity. “At first we thought that was fair considering the offer that the mayor made in the Dorner case, but the top brass said those kind of big money deals are only for threats against cops, and not offered in common rape and murder cases.”
City officials agreed that rescinding the much publicized reward for the arrest and conviction of Dorner would be a publicity nightmare, but may save the city billions of dollars in future reward payouts.
Money for the Dorner reward comes from a number of cop friendly businesses and other donations from the law enforcement community. “This search is not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when and I want Christopher Dorner to know that,” the mayor said. “We will not tolerate a killer targeting our officers and their families.”
Inner city social service representatives who often are the only liaison between violent gang members and uncaring law enforcement believe the lack of funding for information regarding common street violence is a bad public relations move.
“These kids don’t have jobs, money or anyone teaching them decent values, but that don’t make them stupid,” said Cornel Brand, CEO of South Central Leaders of Community Uprisings (SCLSU). “The mayor and his henchmen are flat out saying the life of a cop is worth more than the life of any one my brothers from the ghetto streets… you might say some of these kids are a little bit upset by that.”
“These street thugs make their fortune hustling, and not being hustled…. this reward could be the match that lights the wicked flame of discontent that makes the Rodney King riots look like a day at the Watts Towers,” Brand added.
L.A. Police Chief Charlie Beck, who earlier called Dorner’s killings and threats an act of domestic terrorism, could not be reached for comment regarding the pending civil unrest because he was hunkered down in a secret location trying to avoid the lone gunman.
Earlier, LAPD officials announced that the case that led to Dorner’s firing from the self protecting police force would be re-opened, not to appease a murderer, but to manipulate the public that the police department is transparent and fair. The file may also contain evidence that may be helpful in the trial if they ever catch Dorner.
Mayor Villaraigosa could not be reached either because he was at the Democrat National Committee headquarters begging for a job, and officially certifying the 108 votes from last years DNC Convention when he awkwardly tried to invoke God in the radical left wing party platform, and reaffirm the role of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.
The Palookaville Post has learned that there are over 50 LAPD families that may be targets of Christopher Dorner who have security and surveillance in and around their neighborhoods. We pray for their safety, and the safety of all people in Southern California who we believe are valuable because God made them, and not for the reward on their heads.