Inland Valley Daily Bulletin — Brian Levin, a Cal State San Bernardino criminal justice professor, director of the university’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism and a former New York City police officer, is quoted in an article about the Christopher Dorner manhunt in the San Bernardino Mountains.
In an alarming manifesto, Dorner vowed to kill dozens of Los Angeles police officers in an act of retribution for what he said was his wrongful termination from the force in 2008.
But in the end, it was a police officer and a sheriff’s deputy from the Inland Empire who paid the ultimate price for Dorner’s wrath on Tuesday.
The article was published Feb. 12, 2013, and also appeared in various Los Angeles News Group and Bay Area News Group newspapers.
Read the complete article at “Deadly spree shakes San Bernardino County.”