“KILLER COP” DORNER SECRET FILES

Published on: February 13, 2013
Photography by: Handout
NationalEnquirer.com

A body smoldering in a charred cabin in Bear Lake, California is believed to be fugitive cop killer CHRISTOPHER DORNER, as an ENQUIRER special report probes his celeb-strewn murder manifesto!

 THE Los Angeles Police Depart­ment was ready for accused cop killer Christopher Dorner in case he was secretly plotting to gun down some of the music industry’s biggest stars at the Grammy Awards, sources told The ENQUIRER.

And even though that evil scheme never materialized, both law enforcement offi­cials and mental health experts warned that no celebrities in the L.A. area were safe while Dorner remained at large.

“I think this guy was out to show the LAPD that they weren’t capable of pro­tecting anyone, and he could have proven it by taking down a major music star at an event watched by millions,” a police insider, told The ENQUIRER in an exclu­sive

 some of the music industry’s biggest stars at the Grammy Awards, sources told The ENQUIRER.

And even though that evil scheme never materialized, both law enforcement offi­cials and mental health experts warned that no celebrities in the L.A. area were safe while Dorner remained at large.

“I think this guy was out to show the LAPD that they weren’t capable of pro­tecting anyone, and he could have proven it by taking down a major music star at an event watched by millions,” a police insider, told The ENQUIRER in an exclu­sive interview.

“He hated musicians who played up the pimp lifestyle, disrespected women or indulged in drugs. He be­lieved Snoop Dogg was a marijuana advocate, that Chris Brown beat up Rihanna and that Bobby Brown led Whitney Houston down the wrong path of drugs – and he hated them for it.”

Fortunately, investigators hunting the former cop got wind of his mur­derous plot and drafted extra officers to form a blue ring of steel around Grammy celebrities.

Meanwhile, a $1 million bounty was put on Dorner’s head after he alleg­edly killed three people – including a Riverside, Calif., police officer – and injured two others. Cops say it was all part of a deadly vendetta against the LAPD stemming from his 2008 dismissal from the force for allegedly making false statements against a fel­low officer.

The trail went cold in the manhunt for Dorner, 33, after his pickup truck was found on fire in Big Bear Lake, Calif., a popular skiing resort about 100 miles east of Los Angeles.

And that was bad news for celebri­ties. In a 15,000-word “manifesto” that Dorner posted on Facebook, sources say he talked about planning a hit on a “high value target.”

Among the dozens of celebrities that were in Dorner’s murder mani­festo were President Obama and first lady Michelle, Bill Cosby, Charlie Sheen, Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Rock, Mia Farrow, Queen Lati­fah, Kate Winslet, Jerry Seinfeld and Tim Tebow.

In his ramblings, Dorner actually seems to like most of them, but an expert warns that doesn’t mean they’re safe.

“Delusional criminals like Dorner say they adore the celebrities of this world, but ul­timately they kill their darlings,” Dr. Glenn S. Lipson, a California-based forensic psychologist and crisis management expert, told The ENQUIRER. “Their need to be the ‘real star’ outweighs any re­gard they have for their idols – and they’ll wipe out anyone in their way.”

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