Dorner was a crazed nutcase murderer and deserves no sympathy or respect at all. He was especially bad, but LAPD has more crazed nutcase murderers on the force, they had two shooting incidents on innocent people. Getting Dorner fired was good, but they obviously need more firings.
Side note folks:
Dorner claimed he was fired unfairly. I don't know, but his claim did have the ring of truth to it as read in his nutty manifesto. I don't know LAPD rules, but often government employees are almost IMPOSSIBLE to fire. So, the only way a bad apple can be terminated of employment is very extreme circumstances. Texas State employment is like that, no union, just State policy. His co-workers might have conspired to have him canned, he was a nutcase and that would have been a smart move. The bigger story here might be the inability of removing bad apples by bad policy rules. I am curious what will happen the other cops who shot at innocent victims.