Charlie Sheen urges L.A. Fugitive Christopher Dorner to call him
“Anger Management” star Charlie Sheen is doing his part to try and help the LAPD track down a fugitive. Christopher Dorner, a former LAPD police officer and ex-United States Navy reservist is currently the subject of a massive manhunt in Southern California. Dorner is suspected of killing three people in what is being dubbed “revenge slayings”.
Dorner’s killing spree lasted a week and stretched from San Diego to L.A. On Friday, officials were searching for the suspect in the icy wilderness of Big Bear (a ski resort east of L.A.) where Dorner was suspected to be hiding out. In a manifesto (which totaled about 11,000 words) that Dorner posted on his Facebook, he attempted to explain his actions as “unconventional and asymmetrical warfare”. In this manifesto Dorner included a 40-person hit list and made mention to Anderson Cooper, Charlie Sheen and other celebrities in both criticizing and praising tones. In the document Dorner says “Charlie Sheen, you're effin awesome.”
Sheen has taken this personal mention of himself as a sign that he should get involved in the search for Dorner. In a video released by Sheen on TMZ, he attempts to reach out to the convict. “You mentioned me in your manifesto, so thank you for your kind words. I am urging you to call me. Let's figure out together how to end this thing,” Sheen says.
The video ends with Sheen urging Dorner to contact him. “Call me,” he says “I look forward to talking to you.” Dorner is described by police as “armed and extremely dangerous”, a contrast to the smiling and friendly looking image of him that can be found online.
You can watch the brief video of Sheen reaching out to Dormer below.