This  report  says  the  cabin  was  surrounded and  police  heard  a  sungle  gun shot  from coming  from inside the  cabin.  All ther other  reporst register gunshots until the   fire starts.  I  find  this  very   curious…….

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Dorner surrounded by police in cabin after gun battle

February 12, 2013 |  2:15 pm
LA Now

Map: Approximate location of incident shown in red. Accused killer Christopher Dorner was surrounded by police inside a Big Bear area cabin after getting into a gun battle Tuesday that left two San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies injured, officials said.

Days ago, Dorner broke into a cabin off Route 38, a source said. He allegedly tied up the couple inside and held them hostage until Tuesday morning when he left. It is unclear whether Dorner stole their vehicle or another, but Fish and Wildlife officers knew to be on the lookout for a white pickup truck when they spotted Dorner driving one and attempted to stop him, the source said.

Dorner crashed the truck during the ensuing chase and allegedly exchanged gunfire with the officers as he fled into another cabin, where he was quickly surrounded by San Bernardino sheriff’s deputies. The source said one deputy was hit as Dorner fired out of the cabin and a second was injured when Dorner exited the back of the cabin, deployed a smoke bomb and opened fire again in an apparent attempt to flee. Dorner was driven back inside the cabin, the source said.

PHOTOS: Manhunt for ex-LAPD officer

The extent of the deputies’ injuries was unknown. There was initial confusion as to where a helicopter should land to evacuate the injured officers,  so deputies used their own smoke bombs to give them enough cover to carry the wounded to a pickup truck that carried them to the waiting helicopter.

Officers have crisscrossed California for days pursuing the more than 1,000 tips that poured in about Dorner’s possible whereabouts — including efforts in Tijuana, Mexico, San Diego County and Big Bear — and serving warrants at homes in Las Vegas and Point Loma.

Statewide alerts were issued in California and Nevada, and border authorities were alerted. The Transportation Security Administration also had issued an alert urging pilots and other aircraft operators to keep an eye out for Dorner.

TIMELINE: Manhunt for ex-LAPD officer

The search turned to Big Bear last week after Dorner’s burning truck was found on a local forest road.

At the search’s height, more than 200 officers scoured the mountain, conducting cabin-by-cabin checks. It was scaled back Sunday — about 30 officers were out in the field Tuesday, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said.

Dorner allegedly threatened “unconventional and asymmetrical warfare” against police in a lengthy manifesto that authorities say he posted on Facebook. The posting named dozens of potential targets, including police officers, whom Dorner allegedly threatened to attack, according to authorities.

FULL COVERAGE: Sweeping manhunt for ex-cop

Records state that the manifesto was discovered by authorities Wednesday, three days after the slaying of an Irvine couple: Monica Quan, a Cal State Fullerton assistant basketball coach, and her fiance, Keith Lawrence, a USC public safety officer.

Quan was the daughter of a retired LAPD captain whom Dorner allegedly blamed in part for his firing from the force in 2009.

Federal documents also provide new details on Dorner’s alleged attack against officers early Thursday in Riverside County.

The first shooting was in Corona after an eyewitness reported a person matching Dorner’s description at a gas station, telling an LAPD officer “who was detailed to the area to protect one of the officials whom Dorner had threatened,” according to the court records.

“When the officer drove by the gas station, the suspect exited his vehicle and fired an assault rifle at the officer, hitting the officer’s vehicle,” according to the court records.

The LAPD later said the officer received a grazing wound.

About 30 minutes later, Dorner opened fire on Riverside police officers “who were in the area searching for Dorner,” the documents said. On that detail, the account conflicts with a statement provided to the media by Riverside police officials, who said the officers were stopped at a red light and were not looking for Dorner.

Riverside Officer Michael Crain, 34, a married father of two who served two tours in Kuwait as a rifleman in the Marines, was killed in the attack. His partner remains hospitalized, Police Chief Sergio Diaz said, and it was unclear if he would be able to return to active duty.

Dorner was charged Monday with one count of murder, with special-circumstance allegations in the killing of a peace officer and the discharge of a firearm from a vehicle, in connection with Crain’s death. He faces three additional charges of attempted murder.

Riverside Dist. Atty. Paul Zellerbach said because of the special-circumstance allegations, Dorner could be eligible for the death penalty if convicted.

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–Andrew Blankstein, Richard Winton, Kate Mather, Matt Stevens, Joel Rubin and Julie Cart

Map: Approximate location of incident shown in red. Credit: Google Maps

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The Reporter  states  that  he is  25 feet  away.  Since  when are  Press  and  civilians  allowed that  close  to   a  potential  shoot out?

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LAPD: No search of cabin so far, body not recovered

(CBS 8) – Despite several reports that fugitive murder suspect Christopher Dorner’s body was located inside a burned cabin near Big Bear, an LAPD spokesman made it clear officials had not recovered a body as of Tuesday evening.

In an 8 p.m. press conference, Cmdr. Andy Smith said the cabin had not been searched, and that it was still too hot for crews to enter and begin their investigation.

“Any reports of a body being found are not true,” Smith said. “Any reports of that body being identified as Christopher Dorner are not true.”

THIS IS A STORY UPDATE. For an earlier story, read below.

BIG BEAR, Calif. (AP) — The extraordinary manhunt for the former Los Angeles police officer suspected of three murders converged Tuesday on a mountain cabin where he was believed to have barricaded himself inside, engaged in a shootout that killed a deputy and then never emerged as the home went up in flames.

A single gunshot was heard from within, and a charred body was found inside.

If the man inside proves to be Christopher Dorner, the search for the most wanted man in America over the last week would have ended the way he had expected — death, with the police pursuing him.

Thousands of officers had been on the hunt for the former Navy reservist since police said he launched a campaign to exact revenge against the Los Angeles Police Department for his firing. They say he threatened to bring “warfare” to officers and their families, spreading fear and setting off a search for him across the Southwest and Mexico.

“Enough is enough. It’s time for you to turn yourself in. It’s time to stop the bloodshed,” LAPD Cmdr. Andrew Smith said at a news conference held outside police headquarters in Los Angeles, a starkly different atmosphere than last week when officials briefed the news media under tight security with Dorner on the loose.

A short time after Smith spoke Tuesday, smoke began to rise from the cabin in the snow-covered woods near Big Bear Lake, a resort town about 80 miles east of Los Angeles. Flames then engulfed the building — images that were broadcast on live television around the world. TV helicopters showed the fire burning freely with no apparent effort to extinguish it.

“We have reason to believe that it is him,” said San Bernardino County sheriff’s spokeswoman Cynthia Bachman, adding that she didn’t know how the fire started.** She noted there was gunfire between the person in the cabin and officers around the home before the blaze began.

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** San Bernardino County sheriff’s spokeswoman Cynthia Bachman, adding that she didn’t know how the fire started.**

Yet in the  videos below  you  can  clearly  hear the   police  officers  discussing  getting the  burner  ready and  that the  burner  had  indeed been  started.  So  if  they  don’t  know   how  the  fire  started   what   was  te  burner they were  referring to ?

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Christopher Dorner GunFight (Caught on Tape) TV Reporter Gets Caught in the Middle

Published on Feb 12, 2013

A local CBS reporter was caught in a huge police firefight with suspected killer Christopher Dorner on Tuesday.

Dorner, who is alleged to have killed at least three people, is in Big Bear, California, on the run from authorities.

Carter Evans, who works for KCBS and KCAL, was with police, and the station stayed with him on the phone as he reported the situation. Gunfire could be heard throughout.

“It certainly sounds like a lot of gunfire,” the station’s anchor said to Evans.

“We don’t want to get caught in the crossfire,” Evans said. Just then a loud, sustained volley of gunfire was heard. Someone shouted, “Get the f–k out of here!” More gunfire followed. When the anchor asked Evans if he was still there, there was no response.

CBS confirmed that he was OK, and Evans was back on air shortly later.

Correction: this post initially said Evans works for KTLA.

Cops torch cabin where Christopher Dorner was held up

SDSaxMan

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** San Bernardino County sheriff’s spokeswoman Cynthia Bachman, adding that she didn’t know how the fire started.**

Yet in the  videos below  you  can  clearly  hear the   police  officers  discussing  getting the  burner  ready and  that the  burner  had  indeed been  started.  So  if  they  don’t  know   how  the  fire  started   what   was  te  burner they were  referring to ?

** Ok  we’re  going to go  forward  with the  plan  with the  burner  @ 1:04 on this  video and  further  on  dispatcher confirms going  ahead  with the  burner  and  a  fire  has  started…….hmmmmmmm

Published on Feb 12, 2013

Scanner recording of Cop Killer Christopher Dorner Held up in cabin.Listen to the actual conversation between the police as they plan and burn the cabin down.

Christopher Dorner’s Body NOT Found, Despite Reports

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Published on Feb 12, 2013

DORNER BODY DEAD cabin | LAPD told reporters that no body has been identified in the cabin in which Christopher Dorner was believed to have been hiding, following a shootout and fire.

“No body has been located yet,” Commander Andrew Smith said, telling reporters that the building was still too hot for investigators to enter.

“That burned cabin has not even been entered by investigators yet,” Smith said. “We are still on a holding pattern to search that.”

Earlier reports had indicated that a body had been identified.

The standoff with Dorner, a former member of the LAPD, reached a violent close near a rustic cabin in the Big Bear ski area east of Los Angeles. Since Feb. 3, he’s accused of a crime spree that left four people dead, including two officers, and several others wounded in shootings in L.A. and nearby San Bernadino County.

Chris Dorner Cornered: CNN Cuts Live Feed: Alex Predicts They Will Torch Him

TheAlexJonesChannel

Published on Feb 12, 2013

Once again CNN cuts the live feed so we cannot see the news.
http://www.infowars.com/cnn-cuts-live…