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With a manhunt still underway in California, on Friday evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" invited Dr. Xavier Amador to share new insight and perspective on the psychology of Christopher Jordan Dorner, the man suspected of targeting and murdering three people related to the Los Angeles Police department.
Joining guest host Chris Cumono live via Skype, the founder and director of the LEAP Institute reviewed the entire case file, digesting exactly what led to Dorner's dismissal from the LAPD, and surmising that there was "absolutely no basis in reality for his [Dorner's] complaints that he was mistreated, that there was any kind of police corruption."
Joining the program for the second time in as many days, Amador defended the LAPD in their process of evaluating, and eventually firing Dorner:
"This is a very, very thorough, carefully done investigation, from my reading of it," he said, regarding analysis of the case file. "The finding in the complaint, his being dismissed from the LAPD, and asking for help, desperately asking for help after - all this happened one month after he returned from Iraq."
Friday's program also saw Chris Swecker speaking live with Cuomo, offering context as to how Dorner's military and police training make him an extremely difficult foe:
"He's sort of the triple threat," said the former assistant director of the FBI. "He's a cop killer. He's a former police officer. And he's got military training, and he's heavily armed."
"He has all of the knowledge of trade craft and all of the techniques that would be used to locate him and track him down," continued Swecker.
That said, Dorner's pedigree and background figure to get him only so far:
"I wouldn't describe any superhuman qualities to him just because he has some police training," said Swecker. "As time goes by, he loses the initiative. Fatigue sets in. He is at a disadvantage."
Watch the clip and listen to the interviews as Swecker and Amador each offer their analysis of the ongoing LA manhunt, specifically, the man that's being hunted.
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