On “AC360,” Anderson Cooper revealed the contents of the package sent to him by Christopher Dorner, the former L.A. cop turned murder suspect, who is now on the lam. Dorner, in his rambling manifesto, praised a number of TV journalists, including Cooper.
Cooper’s office received a DVD that Dorner claimed exonerated him, and a police shield with former LA Police Commissioner William Bratton‘s name on it, and the note “Thanks but no thanks Will Bratton.”
Cooper revealed some of the items in the package, and interviewed Bratton, on “AC360.” The one item that was not mentioned was the contents of the DVD.
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