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LAPD Ex-Cop Christopher Dorner Targets Lesbian Officers in Manifesto; Praises Ellen DeGeneres, Mailed Box to Anderson Cooper,
Ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner, wanted for the murder of three people in L.A., left a lengthy rage-filled manifesto that has been posted online several places. You can read it HERE.
of police officers in California are searching for Christopher Dorner,
33, who allegedly murdered a young basketball coach and her fiancé over
the weekend, then opened fire on police officers, killing one early
"Unfortunately, this is a necessary evil that I do not enjoy but must partake and complete for substantial change to occur within the LAPD and reclaim my name," reads Dorner's statement.
Dorner was reportedly fired from the LAPD in 2008 for making false statements.
Among those targeted by Dorner were lesbian police officers. He writes:
Those lesbian officers in supervising positions who go to work, day in day out, with the sole intent of attempting to prove your misandrist authority (not feminism) to degrade male officers. You are a high value target.
TMZ reports that Dorner also left messages for several celebrities, including Ellen DeGeneres. The message to Ellen read:
Ellen Degeneres, continue your excellent contribution to entertaining America and bringing the human factor to entertainment. You changed the perception of your gay community and how we as Americans view the LGBT community. I congratulate you on your success and opening my eyes as a young adult, and my generation to the fact that you are know different from us other than who you choose to love. Oh, and you Prop 8 supporters, why the f*ck do you care who your neighbor marries. Hypocritical pieces of sh*t.
Dorner's message for Cardinal Mahoney:
Cardinal Mahoney, you are in essence a predator yourself as you enabled your subordinates to molest multiple children in the church over many decades. May you die a long and slow painful death.
And the Westboro Baptist Church:
Westboro Baptist Church, may you all burn slowly in a fire, not from smoke inhalation, but from the flames and only the flames.
Read all his messages to celebrities here.
Finally, Anderson Cooper tweeted this evening that he had received a parcel from Dorner:
"Learned today suspect Christopher Dorner sent me a parcel at CNN. Inside was a note, DVD, and a coin shot thru with bullet holes."
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A new poll out from Franklin & Marshall College shows that a majority of Pennsylvanians — 52 percent — support marriage equality, while 41 percent oppose it.
Think Progress reports that similar favorability, though not by as wide a margin, was seen in a Quinnipiac poll released two weeks ago. They add:
Though Pennsylvania does not have a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, such unions are still not recognized under state law. Support will likely continue to increase in the Keystone state not only because of national trends, but because of the neighboring influence of New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland, which all have either marriage equality or civil unions that could become marriage equality quite soon.
President Obama today nominated Todd M. Hughes, Deputy Director of the Commercial Litigation Branch of the Civil Division at the United States Department of Justice, for a seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. If confirmed, Hughes would make history.
Said Chuck Wolfe, president and CEO of the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund and Institute: "If confirmed, Todd Hughes would become the first openly gay federal appeals court judge in U.S. history. His nomination is a testament to the expanding opportunities for openly LGBT Americans who want to serve their country, and to the president's respect for the depth of talent and experience within the LGBT community. We look forward to his confirmation by the U.S. Senate."
Here is Hughes' bio from the White House brief:
Todd M. Hughes is Deputy Director of the Commercial Litigation Branch of the Civil Division at the United States Department of Justice, a position he has held since 2007. He also has served as an adjunct lecturer in law with the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and as an instructor for Duke University’s writing program.
Hughes received his A.B. from Harvard College in 1989 and completed a joint degree program with Duke University, earning both his J.D. with honors and his M.A. in English in 1992. After graduating from law school, Hughes clerked for the Honorable Robert B. Krupansky of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. In 1994, he joined the Commercial Litigation Branch as a trial attorney. Five years later, he was appointed to be Assistant Director for Commercial Litigation, a role he held until assuming the title of Deputy Director in 2007. Throughout his career with the Department of Justice, Hughes’s practice has been devoted to matters of federal personnel law, veterans’ benefits, international trade, government contracts, and jurisdictional issues regarding the United States Court of Federal Claims. He has extensive experience before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the United States Court of International Trade, and the United States Court of Federal Claims, and he has garnered a number of special commendations from the Department of Justice and a special contribution award from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Edward DuMont, another gay man nominated by Obama to the federal appellate court, withdrew his nomination in November 2011, after his nomination was stalled for nearly two years.