Wednesday, February 27, 2013




"BLUE" JIMMY:  OK, I was waiting for this whole Christopher Dorner episode to be over before I made any comment about it. When Dorner made his last stand in a mountain cabin this month, the mainstream media portrayed him as a disgruntled nutcase who couldn't handle being unjustly fired from the LAPD.  There's no doubt he went off the deep end and got his revenge the wrong way and killed some innocent people.  A few years from now, I would have loved to see Cuba Gooding, Jr. portray him in an Oscar-winning movie where he goes into court with a sharp, wisecracking legal team and forces the the Chief of Police to resign with irrefutable evidence and heartfelt testimony.

BD OZZY:  Instead, you're going to see him portrayed in a low-budget flick by a bug-eyed Samuel L. Jackson using a lot of cuss words and blowing s**t up!

"BLUE" JIMMY:  And it's a shame, because in the online rant that the media is now referring to as his manifesto, he makes many well-thought points about misconduct and abuses in the LAPD. This is more significant than most people think.  Years ago, hardened criminals started making some disturbing claims against the police, alleging indiscriminate ass-kickings and corruption.  Many didn't take their allegations seriously though because they were, well, criminals who lacked credibility due to their backgrounds.  Then organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union started filing lawsuits on behalf of people who were alleging brutality and violation of civil rights.  Now, you have an insider making the same kind of allegations and going into great detail that only a witness would know.  Dorner is the equivalent of a corporate whistleblower who unfortunately for him and for us, did not have the patience to tell his story to a Woodward and Bernstein who could have told his story and blown the cover off all this corruption.

BD OZZY:  Judging by all his online followers, some people consider him something of a hero although when it comes right down to it, he'll never really be remembered that way.

"BLUE" JIMMY:  No brother, a real hero wouldn't have killed people at random, he would have gone after the jobs of people right at the top starting with the Chief and then the Mayor.

BD OZZY:  So how does his biopic end?

"BLUE" JIMMY:  I'm reminded of that scene in the movie, "Billy Jack" where he runs the crooked cops off of Indian land with a mean looking rifle and says, "when police break the law, then there is no law."

BD OZZY:  No S**T!

"BLUE" JIMMY:  Sake's Alive!

BD OZZY:  Wow!  Wow!

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