Should the fact that Christopher Dorner was not arrested or convicted impact the reward payout?
The $1.2-million reward in the case of ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner may be drying up as three people fight for the money.
"I've spoken with some groups, including a few that are substantial, that have already decided to withdraw their pledges,” said Ron Cottingham, president of the 64,000-member Peace Officers Research Assn. of California, which put a hold on its own dollars contributed toward the reward. "They said the reward doesn't fit their criteria."
More than 25 donors pledged reward money, including state and local police unions, civic organizations and individuals. But now, many are hesitating to follow through.
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