One year after the Christopher Dorner manhunt, the LAPD has determined that the officers who fired on two women, mistaking them for Dorner, were in the wrong.
Chief Charlie Beck and the Los Angeles Police Commission, a civilian panel, both agreed on the ruling that the eight officers involved violated the department's rules on excessive force. The next step is to determine what kind of penalties are in store for them, according to ABC 7.
A separate LAPD panel made of high-ranking cops urged the officers to be cleared of any wrongdoing, but Beck disagreed with them, the Los Angeles Times reports.Read More...
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