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This undated photo released by the Los Angeles Police Department shows suspect Christopher Dorner, a former Los Angeles officer. Seeking leads in a massive manhunt, Los Angeles authorities on Sunday put up a $1 million reward for information leading to the arrest of Christopher Dorner, the former Los Angeles police officer suspected in three killings. (AP Photo/Los Angeles Police Department)

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An internal review by the Los Angeles Police Department concluded that rogue ex-officer Christopher Dorner was justifiably fired, a lawyer said on June 5. Dorner, who authorities say boasted that police agencies had no chance of capturing him except on his terms, was killed Feb. 12, 2013 in a fierce gun battle  at a mountain cabin 80 miles east of Los Angeles.

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