Christopher Dorner's Chilling Manifesto
INSIDE EDITION breaks down the manifesto of ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner, suspected of killing three people, including one cop.
It's the manifesto of a madman.
Anderson Cooper showed off a bullet riddled coin he got in the mail from rogue cop, James Dorner.
“It's very strange. It's a very strange feeling. He had mentioned me and he said I should stop interrupting guests. He had a little advice for me, but he was in general complimentary,” said Cooper.
The talk show host is one of dozens of famous people Dorner writes about in his bizarre manifesto he wrote on Facebook before launching into a terror spree.
Dorner also offers advice to his favorite politician, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie by telling him to lose weight.
"Start walking at night and eat a little less, not a lot less, just a little," he wrote.
To Hillary Clinton he wrote, "You'll make one hell of a president in 2016." He also mentions Chelsea Clinton, "Chelsea grew up to be one hell of an attractive woman. No disrespect to her husband."
INSIDE EDITION's Paul Boyd asked criminal profiler Pat Brown what his message says about Christopher Dorner.
Boyd asked, "There seems to be a particular fascination with Hollywood and the media, is that typical?"
Brown said, "Psychopaths tend to think they are important and they tend to reach out to important people, because they think they can share something with them. They have something that other important person should want to know."
He talks about his favorite movie, the raunchy comedy, The Hangover, "It's kind of sad I won't be around to view and enjoy The Hangover 3. What an awesome trilogy,” he said.
Dorner takes the time to list his 27 favorite female personalities including Serena Williams, Kate Winslet and Natalie Portman.
He wrote, "You are the most beautiful women on this planet, period."
Brown said, "A manifesto from a psychopath is nothing special. They write them all the time. In their own mind they love reading it because it makes them feel very, very, important."
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