Xzibit On The Chris Dorner Bonfire


Xzibit memes rarely disappoint.

Although that whole incident was interesting, I didn’t talk about it because as usual the media didn’t know what the hell was going on 99% of the time.

I’d rather see every criminal on earth lit on fire than given an expensive trial, a nice clean cell, showers, and meals but that’s just me.  I know that’s not how things are supposed to work, so if they actually did burn down the cabin on purpose with him inside of it, that’s pretty bad.

Here’s a story on the incident, and a supposed audio recording:

I’m sure this will all get swept under the rug within a day or two.

You can watch the shootout on YouTube here.

Thoughts? Ban assault fires?

Hat tip: Roger, Brandon



Sivl32 (elvis) February 14, 2013 at 01:16 am

When i heard about the fire there was no doubt in my mind that the police started it themselves, cops don’t take well to cop killers.. hell cops don’t take well to anything at all. Bullies with a badge. meh oh well that’s over with now, and like you said, it will be swept under the rug.

Bryce February 14, 2013 at 01:38 am

I am on the fence. On one hand this shit bag needed to die
On the other, burning the enemy out of their hole is something that is done in a war zone
And law enforcement should not be doing that.
It would have been better if the had just shot him in the fire fight.

Ps they knew throwing smoke and CS grenades in a wood structure would burn it to the ground. The fire was no accident.

ringo45 February 14, 2013 at 07:27 am

You honestly mean to tell me that this was not a war zone?
Also, you suggest that they just shoot him? I didn’t know that it was always that easy.

P.S. I’m not saying that burning the cabin down was the right decision.

Chris February 14, 2013 at 05:26 am

You’d rather see criminals set on fire?

Dude, second chances, rehabilitation, reducing poverty, investing in education, what’s wrong with you?

ENDO-Mike February 14, 2013 at 01:07 pm

Yeah why not right? Nothing beats rewarding bad behavior and increasing debt in the process.

032125 February 14, 2013 at 03:46 pm

Mike, I’d agree with you on prisons being a money pit, but when you say “rewarding bad behavior”, you have no idea what you are talking about. I worked in a prison. Prisons are fucked up. My opinion of prisons (and prisoners) changed 180 ° once I actually saw them first hand.

ENDO-Mike February 14, 2013 at 03:49 pm

If this whole second chance thing is available for violent criminals why don’t we all just push aside our morals and take a crack at something outrageously profitable like a bank robbery? If you get away with it cool, if not you got to jail for a while get your second chance and get out. Sounds like a win-win situation to me… Not something I’d want to see happen.

032125 February 14, 2013 at 04:50 pm

Mike we can have a discussion on justice and defense against criminals, but to make it meaningful it would be very long, and (if you were serious) best had in private. Good conversations on the galactic interwebz are nearly impossible because it’s more of a gladiatorial even to score points with the crowd, than a real effort to come to an understanding.

Your strawmanning aside, you’ve missed my point; you don’t know shit about prison, so calling jail time “rewarding bad behavior” is ludicrous prima facie. I say again; prisons are fucked up. Ask the tossed salad man.

ENDO-Mike February 14, 2013 at 04:52 pm

haha you’re right I know nothing at all about prison. It just seems to me like a great alternative over living on the street, eating out of the dumpster and begging for money. Like you said probably a better discussion to have in person.

matt February 14, 2013 at 06:21 pm

How about you man up and go to jail, and see for yourself, instead of being a hipster with a military styled fashion blog.

dave w February 15, 2013 at 05:43 pm

jails awesome, for all the reasons mike listed, but boring as hell. Prison, dont know,dont wanna.

cc19 February 15, 2013 at 11:28 am
032125 February 15, 2013 at 03:37 pm

HAHAHA that’s right, prisons are fucked up. I knew a dozen inmates who were at least that aggressive. Mike would have some Fleece in his turd cutter before he could say “prisons are too lax….AAAH! MY ASSS!”

Chris February 15, 2013 at 01:18 am

Jeez. Hope you never make a mistake mike, good job you were born into the right family.

Chris February 15, 2013 at 01:21 am

I guess people don’t really know what freedom is till someone takes it from them. Prison takes it from you.

MosinMango February 14, 2013 at 06:45 am

Well, they have the right to the trial at least. 6th amendment homie.

After that, give them to Arpiao in Arizona to have cheese sandwitches and watch the weather channel for the rest of their lives.

matt February 14, 2013 at 10:04 am

8th amendment rights too, being burnt alive would certainly be considered cruel and unusual punishment. The 5th amendment rights of both Dorner and whoever owned the cabin as well. But we all know the cops , military and politicians dont give a damned about the constitution even though they take a oath to uphold it.

ENDO-Mike February 14, 2013 at 01:05 pm

Cheese sandwiches and the weather channel still cost too much.

John Smith February 14, 2013 at 08:50 am

Who gave them the right to be judge, jury and executioner? Last time I checked we lived under the Constitution that enumerates our right to a trial. Just wait until your time comes and you are in the middle of a fire, I am sure you are going to want your God given rights.

ENDO-Mike February 14, 2013 at 01:04 pm

When my time comes when I’m in the middle of a fire with a handful of murders under my belt and I’m shooting at the police? Yea that’s not going to happen haha.

ringo45 February 14, 2013 at 01:46 pm

Any self defense that results in the death of the attacker is because you were the judge, jury and executioner.

Just Another Guy March 3, 2013 at 12:04 am

A handful of alleged murders. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? It’s in the Constitution just after “a well-regulated militia…” Meanwhile, how many innocent people did the cops put holes in searching for him? More than cops were shot/killed in the pursuit. Now, the sad thing is, someone shoots 2 people in cold blood for their car, the cops assign 1 or two detectives and it could take years to find this person, even if they publicly threaten to kill more. Make those 2 dead people cops, and it becomes national security and they act like the Gestapo, like it’s okay to murder someone because they are wearing a badge.

paul kimble February 14, 2013 at 09:21 am

Make sure nobody forgets Dorner was able to purchase the Barrett M82A1, various off list handguns, AW status weapons and standard capacity mags in California ONLY because he was LE.

matt February 14, 2013 at 10:00 am

Too bad the niginator did get a higher score, who wouldnt have wanted to see more dead cops?

matt February 14, 2013 at 10:04 am
steve February 14, 2013 at 10:25 am

If you read his rambling manifesto it actually spends a fair amount of time praising Feinstien for helping prevent shootings, and calls for a ban on assault weapons, supressors, etc. Dorner was a very outspoken gun-control supporter. Funny how that doesn’t show up in too many news articles…

matt February 14, 2013 at 06:15 pm

funny how there are 4 copies of his manifesto and that is only in the latter copy.

dave w February 14, 2013 at 12:58 pm

Just the popo doing what they do, dont pay a traffic ticket = shoot your dog, disagree with them = get beat up, shoot them = due process, i mean burnt alive and a few thousand rounds shot into the fire for good measure.

Seb February 14, 2013 at 01:34 pm

They murdered him. Simple as that.

Cameron February 14, 2013 at 01:58 pm

moving away from police politickin now… at 2:25 in the linked video you see a few cops roll by with their rifles, I counted a couple stainless, “tactical” mini-14’s in there.

Just thought that was kinda interesting that not everyone has AR’s or M4’s, thoughts?

Cameron February 14, 2013 at 02:00 pm

sorry that’s be 2:10 not 2:25

M February 14, 2013 at 08:16 pm

I know for a fact that San Diego PD has stainless full auto mini-14’s for duty rifles (somehow they’re less evil than m-4’s). Chances are that the San Diego sheriffs carry the same thing.

sancto February 14, 2013 at 03:34 pm

Police scanner audio from when the San Bernadino Sheriff’s Dept set the fire…


Skip to about 26 minutes in… “Seven burners deployed, and we have a fire.”

032125 February 14, 2013 at 03:52 pm

Shades of Waco, TX. They knew the end result, but when you frighten the world’s biggest criminal gang, you should expect that the mask will come off and their true nature will be revealed.

“The two enemies of the people are criminals and government” – Jefferson

“A gang of thieves writ large — the most immoral, grasping and unscrupulous individuals in any society” – Rothbard

“Those who do not move, do not notice their chains. The true nature of police, the enforcer of chains, is less clear for the majority of the population during low movement times.” – Rosa Luxembourg.

croppedxout February 14, 2013 at 04:09 pm

Come on everyone, those other amendments are nonsense right? Oh wait… maybe they are all important. We spend so much time talking about the first 2 amendments but when it comes down to something like this it’s all “FUCK HIM, HE DESERVED IT” and thats bullshit. This whole situation has been disgusting to watch. I’m embarrassed by the LAPD and I’m embarrassed of the people who blindly hero worship those behind shiny metal badges. The LAPD in large, has simply become one of the gangs they fight every day.

Anthracis February 14, 2013 at 05:21 pm

I read the entire manifesto BEFORE it was hacked and put back together and then redacted. I find it really, really sad…what happened to Dorner. LAPD needs to square themselves away. You know what he says is the truth…especially if you are an LEO, because YOU know.

Anyway, the LAPD does not reflect all departments nor all LEOs, they have some internal struggles that need to be worked out. Some day it will all get worked out.

I’m just afraid that the death and struggle of one man is not going to do it. He sought help from the media, he had video evidence. To no avail. When you take everything that a man cares about and leave him broken, he has nothing to lose. He just snapped and made poor choices. I wonder if the stress of his deployment contributed to his demise.

Remember, he started as a police explorer when he was young and worked his way up from that. I feel like that could have been me instead of Dorner. Although there is no way in hell I could ever kill innocent people. I can understand his anger. His frustration. Its how we react to these challenges which determine the rest of our lives.

What’s even more sad? Weeks from now, no one will even remember his name. :(

matt February 14, 2013 at 06:18 pm

“Anyway, the LAPD does not reflect all departments nor all LEOs, they have some internal struggles that need to be worked out.”

The blue pickup that was shot up was not done by the LAPD, nor was the black pickup which was shot up too. The cabin which was burnt down was not done by the LAPD. This demonstrates that all police departments are just like the LAPD.

“Although there is no way in hell I could ever kill innocent people.”

No one is innocent.

M February 14, 2013 at 08:20 pm

I couldn’t agree more, although I do feel sorry for the children and widows left behind.

I want to know WHERE THE FUCK did they get 1 MILLION bucks to offer as a reward? Every time that there are budget cuts they say that they’re going to have to fire officers because things are so tight. I guess the truth is that they don’t want their reward money slush fund broken into!

032125 February 14, 2013 at 10:02 pm

They didn’t have the million; they just promised it. That’s government in a nutshell. Anyhow they found an excuse not to pay out, so yeah…

Cuban Pete February 18, 2013 at 05:47 pm

That was a family fight between cops. Didn’t loose a single tear for the whole lot.

Anthracis February 24, 2013 at 01:02 am

Waco, ruby ridge, not a family fight. But same tactics were used. Burners deployed, OGA advisors on site, everyone dead. FAIL!

California is but 1 state…and 1 state does not demonstrate the entire law enforcement community extrapolated to include all cops or Depts. in every state. I think we are both off on the statements we made Matt. But I’ve seen plenty of news footage to see that there are bad apples in each department.

My issue begins when they use their thin blue line veil crap to sweep shit under the rug, good old boy network, conspiracy type crap that takes place. Much as in Dorner’s case for example. I can not recall the exact details now but the people on his appeals board had serious conflicts of interest yet they were not removed from the process. One was the accused officers fto or smething and another was a good friend of hers. Even some of the other officers whom Dorner stood up for and fought to protect did not testify on his behalf. They kept their mouths shut…even though they knew the truth. You have to admit, that sucks ass!!

Plus Dorner was an officer in the United States Navy. He wasn’t just some 17 or 18yo E1 or E2 or some shit. Not that E1 or E2s are any less important n the scheme of things. Im just making an observation about his level of education and responsibility. he was resposible for his troops.

He was a lieutenant. A Naval officer with a college education. He was one of the good guys. He served overseas. He paid his dues. He should at least have his case investigated by an unbiased source to see if his claims really do have any merit. If so, his name should be cleared. At least so that his soul can rest in peace.

He at least deserves an investigation…which the LAPD has supposedly reopened. That…like the pope’s rosy red ass…remains to be seen!

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