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Christopher Dorner's Mom: I'm Deeply Saddened

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The mother of accused killer and fired Los Angeles police officer Christopher J. Dorner speaks exclusively with FOX 11 Legal Analyst Robin Sax. Nancy Dorner called Robin Wednesday afternoon to talk about her son, Christopher, and release a statement from the Dorner family.

Nancy Dorner told Robin she wanted to let the public know they do not condone Christopher's actions and to offer their deepest sympathies and condolences.

Nancy Dorner said she and her family are being hounded by the media and she only felt comfortable speaking with Robin and FOX 11 News.


Her statement reads: "It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we express our deepest sympathies and condolences to anyone that suffered losses or injuries resulting from Christopher's actions.  We do not condone Christopher's actions. 

The family has no further comments and ask that our privacy be respected during this difficult time."

-Nancy Dorner


Robin says Nancy Dorner told her she's been watching FOX 11's coverage and in particular Robin's examination of the allegations Chris Dorner made in his infamous manifesto. One FOX 11 News story Nancy Dorner singled out was the recorded statement Robin uncovered of Chris Gettler. Gettler is the person at the center of the brutality investigation that eventually led to Dorner's firing from LAPD.

Robin says Nancy Dorner was articulate on the phone and went out of her way to stress she doesn't condone her son's behavior but felt there could be validity to his claims and worth careful examination.

Nancy Dorner told Robin she wished her son Chris would have called Robin as opposed to the horrific acts of murder and terrorizing Southern California.

Police confirmed Wednesday that they found charred human remains inside the burned out cabin in Big Bear, but authorities have not positively identified the body, reports AP.

Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Police Department lifted the tactical alert and resumed normal patrol operations. Only about one dozen officers are still standing watch over the officers and families directly named in Christopher Dorner's alleged manifesto, down from 50.

 

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