Serious questions have been raised about that scenario, mar. You seen this? http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread924947/pg1 How did he get into that parking lot, why no videos with all those security cameras, and if he had done it, why would he check into a hotel under his own name two days later? Hey, BlackNova--I called it 100%: LAPD declares citywide tactical alert http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2 ... alert.html "Sunday's tactical alert was declared shortly after 2 p.m. In a tactical alert, officers can be held over on their shifts and do not respond to low-priority radio calls." I think you're right also, that a lot of people will be getting new computers. And TVs and fancy sneakers and whatever. kad budu, I thought that WAS what I'd said. My next prediction, since they've called out the drones, is that an LAPD remote drone operator will mistake a beer can for Chris Dorner and bomb Compton or South Central. The judge will find the action to have been fully justified and the cop not guilty of excessive force. Life in a police state is numbingly fucking predictable. Drones have a 5% accuracy rate and 95% collateral damage. According to an MSNBC poll, 78% of MSNBC watchers support the use of drones in the US. My interpretation is that 78% (if poll wasn't rigged) of TV watchers, voters, and other statists, have IQs lower than 78.