In a long, rambling manifesto addressed to “The Nation” with the subject “Last Resort,” former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner — a fired LAPD officer accused in a double homicide in Irvine — laid out a long list of concerns, slights, charges and threats against fellow LAPD officers who he blames for a 2008 termination.
Retired LAPD Captain Randy Quan was his lawyer at his LAPD hearing.
Quan is the father of Monica Quan who was murdered, along with her fiancee, on Sunday evening in Irvine.
He said, “I’ve lost everything … because the LAPD took my name and new (cq) I was innocent. Randy Quan new (cq) I was innocent but decided to terminate me.”
In perhaps the most chilling part of the document he declared, “I never had the opportunity to have a family of my own, I’m terminating yours.”