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Just when you thought that the whole Christopher Dorner story was put of the news except for the remembrance of the victims he injured and killed and the inevitable television movie, now comes news that photos of Dorner's dead body are for sale. I think it is pretty sick, but I guess it too was inevitable. Not like a Lindsay Lohan shoplifting spree, but inevitable in the sense that someone loves making a buck no matter what the subject. I guess I can see The Enquirer or Globe purchasing them. I don't think any of the tabloids would. Who wants to see a charred body. Who is the kind of person who gets to this scene and says to themselves they need to take photos so they can make some money. Probably the same person who probably took something off the guy and 50 years later will end up on an edition of Pawn Stars with Chumlee's kid. Yeah, someone will probably want to breed with him. He is on television.
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