What Messages Did Alleged Cop Killer Leave for Cooper, Sheen and Other Celebs?

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Former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner, who is currently priority number one in a citywide manhunt for allegedly killing multiple people including a cop, left notes and messages to various celebrities before disappearing.

According to CNN, a package from Dorner was delivered to Anderson Cooper’s assistant on February 1st that contained a DVD and note that read “I never lied.” In addition, Cooper-who tweeted that he was only recently made aware of the package-also contained a coin shot with bullet holes wrapped in duct tape with the message “Thanks, but no thanks, Will Bratton.” The coin is a souvenir medallion from former LAPD Chief William Bratton.

Meanwhile, Dorner also posted a manifesto online, according to TMZ, that makes threats to various officers and their families as well as goodbye messages for some of his favorite celebrities.

The messages include:

For Anthony Bourdain:

Anthony Bourdain, you’re a modern renaissance man who epitomizes the saying “too cool for school”.

For Larry David:

Larry David, I agree. 72-82 degrees is way to hot in a residence. 68 , degrees is perfect.

For Ellen DeGeneres:

Ellen Degeneres, continue your excellent contribution to entertaining America and bringing the human factor to entertainment. You changed the perception of your gay community and how we as Americans view the LGBT community. I congratulate you on your success and opening my eyes as a young adult, and my generation to the fact that you are know different from us other than who you choose to love. Oh, and you Prop 8 supporters, why the f*ck do you care who your neighbor marries. Hypocritical pieces of sh*t.

For Charlie Sheen:

Charlie Sheen, you’re effin awesome.

Other celebrities were also mentioned including LA radio personality Bill Handel who created a message for Dorner in the clip below…

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