Police say former cop Christopher Droner is on a killing spree in the LA area and it appears that he is reaching out to the media.
Droner posted a very long manifesto on Facebook and is also trying to get "his side" of the story out to many media outlets.
That includes CNN's Anderson Cooper.
Gawker writes that Dorner reportedly mailed a package to CNN's Anderson Cooper that arrived last week, on February 1.
Cooper's assistant opened the package and found inside two smaller parcels: One was a souvenir medallion sometimes given out by LA Police Chief William Bratton. The medallion had been damaged by bullet holes and a note attached to it read, "Thanks but no thanks, Will Bratton."
The second parcel was a DVD ostensibly containing an interview with Christopher Gettler, the schizophrenic man Dorner claimed a fellow officer kicked unnecessarily during an arrest in 2007. Dorner was later fired after an LAPD board ruled his allegations were false and refused to give weight to the ill Gettler's testimony.
But in the manifesto he posted to Facebook earlier this week, Dorner wrote, "During this [LAPD Board of Rights] hearing a video was played for the ... panel where Christopher Gettler stated that he was indeed kicked by Officer Evans." On the DVD, Dorner had written, "Chris Dorner Exoneration."
Dorner's manifesto said he sent packages to "multiple" news outlets. So expect more in the coming days. Dorner is still on the loose.