KFI Radio Host Tells Christopher Dorner To Turn Himself In: 'Your Story Will Come Out'

Ex-LAPD cop Christopher Dorner, who is accused of going after members of law enforcement and their families in a shooting rampage, left a lengthy manifesto. In the manifesto, he alleges that LAPD retaliated against him for reporting another officer's use of excessive force, but he also praises some of his favorite celebrities, journalists and talk show hosts. Now some of the people Dorner praised in the manifesto are telling him it's time to stop his rampage and turn himself in.

One of those is KFI radio host Bill Handell. Dorner wrote to him: "your effin awesome. For years I enjoyed your show." Handell assures Dorner in a message via TMZ that KFI and other journalists will be investigating the allegations that he made against the LAPD that have made him a sort of anti-hero:

I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you: first of all, I guarantee your story will come out. There's no question your side is going to come out. Not only in KFI but a lot of other media. Which then leads to my question/request: You know what? You've made your point. You've gotten your idea across. We understand what you're saying and what you want. Isn't it about time to just turn yourself in? A lot of innocent people are getting nailed here.

Dorner called Lisa Lampanelli a "genius," and she recorded also recorded a message for TMZ. She praised his taste in comedy and asked for him to also turn himself in.

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