Feb 13, 2013 Comments Off Spit Stixx
When Hill says ‘Don’t get me wrong, I’m not’…, we all know he’s really saying ‘I AM justifying Dorner’s murder spree, as the effusiveness and extent of his praise makes clear, betraying the obligatory denial he has to make in order to express the true feelings which then come pouring out.Oldest trick in the book. In fact, another way you can tell he believes that Dorner was justified is the well-thought-out, lawyerly fashion in which he makes the case. Listen to him, he’s making a defense lawyer’s point-by-point argument that itself starts out with a very justification: “He was wronged (by the LAPD)”. This is a bad guy. And CNN has no business bringing him back.