Archive for February, 2013

LOOK: A 2nd Ex-Cop’s Manifesto Surfaces

LOOK: A 2nd Ex-Cop's Manifesto Surfaces
A former LAPD officer has written a manifesto sympathizing with Christopher Dorner, the fugitive ex-LA cop who has declared “war” on the LAPD. “The 1st thing I would say to [Dorner] is, I feel your pains!,” Joe Jones wrote in his manifesto, circulated Tuesday by…
Joe Jones Manifesto: Former LAPD Cop Says He Had Similar Experiences As Alleged Cop Killer, Chris Dorner

A former LAPD officer has written a manifesto sympathizing with Christopher Dorner, the fugitive ex-LA cop who has declared “war” on the LAPD. Get to the bottom of this page to read JJ’s manifesto.

“The 1st thing I would say to [Dorner] is, I feel your pains!,” Joe Jones wrote in his manifesto, circulated Tuesday by hacker group Anonymous and posted to Jones’ Facebook. “But you are going about this the wrong way. To take innocent lives could never be the answer to anything. I say this as a Man who experienced the same pain, betrayal, anger, suffering, litigation and agony that you did in many ways.”

Jones, 48, was a patrol officer for nine years, retired in 1998 and now has an event-planning company in LA, the LA Weekly reports. It appears that Jones’ Facebook may have been disabled hours after posting his manifesto (see full manifesto below).

He expressed his condolences for Dorner’s victims as well as victims of “the injustices of Police Corruption, Scandal, Lies, Deception and Brutality.”

Jones said he himself has been a victim of such corruption. “I need you to first assume that I would not surface 16 years later with lies about a situation that has me with PTSD to this very day,” he wrote. “The pain forces me to speak as I have yet to shake the Ill’s of my experience as an LAPD Officer.” Continue reading

Dorner Manifesto – unedited (part 1)


Here comes the TAKE DOWN OF LAPD!!! Yipeeee

Here’s an UNCENSORED copy of the rogue LAPD officers manifesto
From: Christopher Jordan Dorner /7648
To: America
Subj: Last resort
Regarding CF# 07-004281

Christopher Dorner w/ Chief William Bratton
I know most of you who personally know me are in disbelief to hear from media reports that I am suspected of committing such horrendous murders and have taken drastic and shocking actions in the last couple of days. You are saying to yourself that this is completely out of character of the man you knew who always wore a smile wherever he was seen. I know I will be villified by the LAPD and the media. Unfortunately, this is a necessary evil that I do not enjoy but must partake andcomplete for substantial change to occur within the LAPD and reclaim my name. The department has not changed since the Rampart and Rodney King days. It has gotten worse. The consent decree should never have been lifted. The only thing that has evolved from the consent decree is those officers involved in the Rampart scandal and Rodney King incidents have since promoted to supervisor, commanders, and command staff, and executive positions.
The question is, what would you do to clear your name?
A word or set of words by which a person, animal, place, or thing is known, addressed, or referred to.
Name Synonyms;
reputation, title, appellation, denomination, repute.
A name is more than just a noun, verb, or adjective. It’s your life, your legacy, your journey, sacrifices, and everything you’ve worked hard for every day of your life as and adolescent,young adult and adult. Don’t let anybody tarnish it when you know you’ve live up to your own set of ethics and personal ethos.
In 8/07 I reported an officer (Ofcr. Teresa Evans/now a Sergeant), for kicking a suspect (excessive force) during a Use of Force while I was assigned as a patrol officer at LAPD’s Harbor Division. While cuffing the suspect, (Christopher Gettler), Evans kicked the suspect twice in the chest and once in the face. The kick to the face left a visible injury on the left cheek below the eye. Unfortunately after reporting it to supervisors and investigated by PSB (internal affairs investigator Det. Villanueva/Gallegos), nothing was done. I had broken their supposed “Blue Line”. Unfortunately, It’s not JUST US, it’s JUSTICE!!! In fact, 10 months later on 6/25/08, after already successfully completing probation, acquiring a basic Post Certificate, and Intermediate Post Certificate, I was relieved of duty by the LAPD while assigned to patrol at Southwest division. It is clear as day that the department retaliated toward me for reporting Evans for kicking Mr. Christopher Gettler. The department stated that I had lied and made up the report that Evans had kicked the suspect. I later went to a Board of Rights (department hearing for decision of continued employment) from 10/08 to 1/09. During this BOR hearing a video was played for the BOR panel where Christopher Gettler stated that he was indeed kicked by Officer Evans (video sent to multiple news agencies). In addition to Christopher Gettler stating he was kicked, his father Richard Gettler, also stated that his son had stated he was kicked by an officer when he was arrested after being released from custody. This was all presented for the department at the BOR hearing. They still found me guilty and terminated me. What they didn’t mention was that the BOR panel made up of Capt. Phil Tingirides, Capt. Justin Eisenberg, and City Attorney Martella had a signigicant problem from the time the board was assembled. Capt. Phil Tingirides was a personal friend of Teresa Evans from when he was her supervisor at Harbor station. That is a clear conflict of interest and I made my argument for his removal early and was denied. The advocate for the LAPD BOR was Sgt. Anderson. Anderson also had a conflict of interest as she was Evans friend and former partner from Harbor division where they both worked patrol together. I made my argument for her removal when I discovered her relation to Evans and it was denied. Continue reading

Dorner Manifesto – unedited (part 2)

I fell another LAPD scandal coming on.


Outside agencies and individual officers on patrol. If you recognize my vehicle, and confirm it is my vehicle thru a dmv/want warrant check. It behoves you to respond to dispatch that your query was for information purposes only. If you proceed with a traffic stop or attempt to notify other officers of my location or for backup you will not live to see the medal of valor you were hoping to receive for your actions. Think before you attempt to intervene. You will not survive. Your family will receive that medal of valor posthumously. It will gather dust on the fireplace mantel for years. Then one day, it will go in a shoe box with other memories. Your mother will lose a son or daughter. Your significant other will be left alone, but they will find someone else to fill your void in the future and make them just as happy. Your children, if you have them, will call someone else mommy or daddy. Don’t be selfish. Your vest is only a level II or IIIA, think about it.
No amount of IMINT, MASINT, and ELINT assist you in capturing me. I am off the grid. You better use your feet, tongue and every available DOD/ NON-DOD HUMINT agency, contractor to find me. I know your route to and from home, and your division. I know your significant others routine, your children’s best friends and recess. I know Your Sancha’s gym hours and routine. I assure you that the casualty rate will be high. Because of that, no one will remember your name. You will merely be a DR# and “that guy” who was KIA/EOW or long term IOD/light duty in the kit room. This is exactly why “station 500″ was created. Unfortunately, orphanages will be making a comeback in the 21st century. Continue reading

California – Orange County Scandals!

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February 7, 2013

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Get ready America, TIME is supporting cannabis?

Pot Plans: Efforts Surge in Congress to Reform Marijuana Laws

By  Feb. 06, 2013
Marijuana is broken up for use by customers at Frankie Sports Bar and Grill in Olympia, Washington, Dec. 9, 2012.
NICK ADAMS / REUTERSMarijuana is broken up for use by customers at Frankie Sports Bar and Grill in Olympia, Washington, on Dec. 9, 2012

Driven by a groundswell of public opinion, Colorado and Washington State last November became the first states in the U.S. to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. That wave of support, it now seems clear, has echoed through the U.S. Congress, which on Tuesday formally questioned the federal government’s prohibitionist drug policy in the form of marijuana-reform bills.

Representatives Jared Polis, a Democrat from Colorado, and Earl Blumenauer, a Democrat from Oregon, introduced two separate bills that would drastically change U.S. marijuana laws by addressing what they say are the human and fiscal costs associated with marijuana-related arrests.

It’s not the first time marijuana-reform bills have been introduced in Congress, but Tuesday’s measures are considered historic in scope and give further momentum to a marijuana-legalization movement that has surged recently from Colorado to Washington to Latin America. Continue reading

25 Top Grossing Non-Profit Hospitals

Written by Molly Gamble | June 25, 2012

Here are the 25 top grossing non-profit hospitals in the United States listed by gross revenue, according to CMS cost report data analyzed by American Hospital Directory. Data are for short term acute-care hospitals, critical access hospitals and children’s hospitals.

This list is one of a three-part series on the 25 top grossing hospitals in for-profit, non-profit and government-owned sectors.

Note: The hospital total patient revenues reported here are reported to CMS by the hospitals in their most recent cost reports and, in some cases, may include patient revenue from other facilities that share a provider number with the main hospital.

1. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian — $10.19 billion
2. The Cleveland Clinic — $9.86 billion
3. New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York City) — $8.06 billion
4. Florida Hospital Orlando — $8.01 billion
5. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles) — $7.99 billion
6. Stanford (Calif.) Hospital — $6.71 billion
7. Montefiore Medical Center – Moses Division Hospital (Bronx, N.Y.)— $6.49 billion
8. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) — $5.98 billion
9. Temple University Hospital (Philadelphia) — $5.9 billion
10. Orlando Regional Medical Center — $5.71 billion
11. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston) — $5.64 billion
12. Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center — $4.83 billion
13. Crozer-Chester Medical Center (Upland, Pa.) — $4.81 billion
14. Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital (Indianapolis) — $4.75 billion
15. Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston) — $4.58 billion
16. Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville, Tenn.) — $4.52 billion
17. New York University Langone Medical Center (New York City) — $4.21 billion
18. Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital — $4.16 billion
19. Norton Hospital (Louisville, Ky.) — $4.15 billion
20. Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago) — $4.15 billion
21. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (Philadelphia) — $4.12 billion
22. North Shore University Hospital (Manhasset, N.Y.) — $4.09 billion
23. The Methodist Hospital (Houston) — $4.04 billion
24. Loma Linda (Calif.) University Medical Center — $3.95 billion
25. Duke University Hospital (Durham, N.C.) — $3.92 billion

More Hospital Lists:

50 Top Grossing Hospitals
50 Largest Non-Profit Hospitals in America
100 Non-Profit Hospital, Health System CEOs to Know

CEO Compensation of the 25 Top-Grossing Non-Profit Hospitals

Written by Bob Herman | September 26, 2012

Compensation for the CEOs, presidents and executive directors of the nation’s highest-grossing non-profit hospitals always represents one extreme of the healthcare pay spectrum, and in 2010, their average pay easily exceeded seven figures.

The average compensation of the largest non-profit hospital CEOs exceeded $2.3 million.
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