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Black Police Organization Demands DOJ Investigate Dorner Kil

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100 Blacks In Law Enforcement Who Care have submitted to the United States Department of Justice a “Formal demand for investigation of former LAPD Police Officer Christopher Dorner’s employment termination and premeditated murder case.”

In their demand the Black Law Enforcement Organization cite evidence that shows Christopher Dorner did tell the truth about police misconduct.  Still the LAPD’s Board of Rights (comprised of LAPD’s police commanders) found Christopher Dorner guilty of making a false statement and terminated his employment.  The 100 Blacks In Law Enforcement Who Care formally demand an independent thorough criminal and civil investigation into all actions of the Los Angeles Police Department and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office in respect to Christopher Dorner’s complaints, and the circumstances of his murder.

On Thursday March 14, 2013 at 6:00 PM eastern our guest will be Eric Josey, co-founder of 100 Black In Law Enforcement Who Care.  We will have a thorough discussion about his organization’s demand for an investigation by the Department of Justice.