This post was updated at Feb. Police this morning have launched a massive manhunt for Christopher Dorner , who is believed to have fatally shot a couple in Irvine earlier this week and a police officer this morning. Prior to the shootings, Dorner composed a manifesto detailing who he planned to kill and why. Here it is in full all names have been redacted :. I know most of you who personally know me are in disbelief to hear from media reports that I am suspected of committing such horrendous murders and have taken drastic and shocking actions in the last couple of days.

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Subscriber Account active since. Ex-cop Christopher Dorner's lengthy rant initially posted to his Facebook page spouts off on the biggest social issues of the day in addition to declaring his hatred for the LAPD.

Dorner also expresses his admiration for a number of political and cultural figures, from Hillary Clinton to Jeffrey Toobin to Natalie Portman to Senator Dianne Feinstein. Dorner, who's black, believes he was unfairly let go, and he says in his manifesto that the LAPD hasn't changed much since LA-area cops were caught on tape beating Rodney King. It's the police officers," he says. The New York Times points out that Dorner's allegations of racism at the LAPD have struck a chord with some black leaders who still distrust the department.

The manifesto also goes out of its way to portray Dorner as a non-violent individual. Business Insider logo The words "Business Insider". Close icon Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.

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Alleged cop-killer details threats to LAPD and why he was driven to violence

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Dorner is believed to have killed one police officer and injured two others early this morning, in addition to killing two civilians, on a spree that he threatened would have a "high action of violence" in an angry missive posted to his Facebook wall earlier this week. In the letter, Dorner detailed his grievances with his former employer, the Los Angeles Police Department, including his struggles with the department's internal affairs department, which ultimately ended in his getting fired, according to the manifesto. He blamed the problems with the LAPD for inspiring his killing spree. It has gotten worse," Dorner wrote.

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