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February 15, 2013

Two Black Cops Write Statements About Racism in LAPD

Christopher Dorner is believed to have died in a burning cabin Tuesday, according to The Los Angeles Times. The ex-LAPD cop was wanted for killing three people, including a police officer.

Before Dorner's shooting spree, he wrote a manifesto explaining that his rage was motivated by racism he faced from childhood until being fired from the LAPD. Sgt. Wayne K. Guillary, a Black LAPD officer, and Joe Jones, a former one, are opening up about their own experiences with racism in the police department.

They support Dorner's belief that the LAPD needs reform, but had also asked Dorner to stop the killings. 

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