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Christopher Dorner, the former Los Angeles Police Department officer alleged to have killed three people in the last week including, most recently, a police officer, mailed a parcel last Friday to CNN anchor Anderson Cooper's New York office, the network told TheWrap. The package, opened by Cooper's assistant, contained a hand-labeled DVD with a yellow Post-it note saying "I never lied," apparently referring to his 2009 dismissal from the Los Angeles Police Department. The package contained a medallion wrapped in duct tape, bearing the hand-carved inscription "Thanks, but no thanks, Will Bratton" »


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