The so-called "manifesto" posted by a rogue LAPD officer wanted for killing an Irvine couple on Sunday and a Riverside police officer early Thursday was still online as of 1 p.m. Feb. 7.
"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," a post on Pastebin dated Feb. 6 states.
The post is believed to have been composed by Christopher Jordan Dorner, 33, the fired Los Angeles Police Department officer wanted for the slayings of a college basketball coach from Walnut, her fiance in Irvine, and a Riverside police officer early Thursday at Magnolia and Arlington avenues in Riverside.
"Outside agencies and individual officers on patrol," the post states. "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," the post states.
"Think before you attempt to intervene," the post states. "You will not survive. Your family will receive that medal of valor posthumously.
"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," the post states.
The link to the post is here pastebin.com/TAzPRfPy.
Dorner has been identified as a U.S. Navy reservist whose last known address was in La Palma.
He is described as black, 6 feet tall, 270 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He has been driving a gray 2005 Nissan Titan pickup, California license plate 7X03191. Police said Dorner may have switched license plates, possibly to a plate with the number 8D83987 or 8D83997.
Anyone who thinks they have seen Dorner was urged to call 911.