The crime for which he was fired from the LAPD was blowing the whistle on an abusive fellow officer. He felt that corruption in process cost him both his job as a police officer and his job in the Naval Reserves. Here is a link to a copy of his manifesto if you have not read it: http://laist.com/2013/02/07/christopher_dorners_manifesto_in_fu.php Is he a victim of tyranny, or is he now simply a crazed killer?
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Thank you for your thoughtful answer. It will be interesting to see what we learn about the process he went through before he snapped.