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Back -- to the developing manhunt for an ex LAPD officer turned triple murder suspect.
Christopher -- corner is considered armed an extremely dangerous.
And so far has managed to evade police at every turn they don't know where he is and yet he is still threatening.
To unleash serious harm on any number of individuals.
Joining us now doctor Alan -- he's a criminal psychologist and he is the executive director of the center for the study of violence he has an interesting theory.
And how mr.
At being on the run may be influencing his thinking doctor great to see you again I I don't know it.
You've been studying this case and you believe.
That that Chris Horner may be having feelings now.
Of grandy Yost city and that may be even more dangerous than what we've seen this for parking explain.
Sure but looked let's start with the facts of people have a context.
First of all we know from the search warrant affidavit issued last week that there's a belief on the part of LAPD that he was on the way to Nevada -- Perhaps on the way over the border and to Mexico.
Secondly there was this telephone call -- traced to Vancouver.
Where someone identifying themselves as to Warner called the father of the woman who was murdered Monica Kwan.
And in a way that is very narcissistic that's very grandiose like the Warner taunting him saying you didn't -- daughter so well did you.
Now we don't know whether that's with -- -- or not but it suggests.
Multiple possibilities of where he might be now.
To get to your question.
If we look at the manifesto that he wrote.
It had two important elements on the one hand it was grandiose.
And we know.
That this was a guy who was had episodes of explosive rage just like an arts assessed.
In high school he was kicked out of high school for fighting on the football team -- was kicked off the football team for fighting.
And when we watched more of that video that you just showed that as a man who is -- -- his violence with -- gossiping.
So this is clearly someone who -- -- narcissistic and filled with anger.
He was originally somewhat suicidal we could see it in the note spot.
But he is able to what they -- his captors.
Each day that he feels is that he's pulling one over and we can see this in the Vancouver call up and -- that was then.
You feel stronger.
He feels more and more grandiose.
And more able to evade the police so this is someone who -- -- coming in fact while he's not psychotic like Jared -- More and more grandiose more and more filled with his own sense of power and vengeance and this is a man who was armed now.
Oh wait wait -- jump in and each of them because I its interest in you -- you talk about business therefore you do neck and a.
There's two ways that I think we can get the sky and let me get to that first and then.
Now about what you know let me just just dumb guy I wanna get a that in a minute -- I -- -- because I want to understand him before we get to manhunt for and how to get there enough.
You talk about his history and you know fighting and so on and I mean that that's a police training videos I don't know whether it -- what it whether it shows us -- who -- -- but I do want to ask you this.
How -- somebody who.
Has a sister he served our country in the navy he fought in Iraq he -- he joins the police force.
He gets kicked out of the police force they say filed a -- false complaint against a fellow officer about officer brutality which was not well founded the police concluded.
How does he turn it to you from disgruntled kind of ticked off -- you know fired cop.
I don't think that's I don't think that that is beyond the scope of our understanding at all look.
That rage violence animosity.
Anger murderous rage can be turned either to.
Let's call it the uses of society.
Police and battle.
Or if the flame -- -- to the fire narcissus and we can see that person explode we see it in other episodes before.
This is someone who wrapped his life -- -- from childhood has shown that when his self wasn't -- it.
When he felt that he was insulted and high school he exploded.
So much that they have to throw him out.
When he was -- -- on the football team he exploded.
So they had to throw him out.
In his manifesto he shows over and over again.
He goes back to incidents from childhood.
But that he is still so angry about it being slighted it.
This is the classic narcissistic and that training video I've watched hundreds of training videos and I will tell you that while I was a training video.
And I'm sure that he was viewed in that context is doing a good job that as someone who was so enthused about the act of violence.
That the line between fighting injustice.
And wanting to act with the enthusiastic.
Enthusiastic rage is a fine line and what he feels that he's been wrong he's going to explode.
I've got about a minute left I do want to get to your thoughts on how how we get.
I think there's two ways that that are most likely to get this guy number one.
This is someone who as we see in his manifesto you could rely on line.
This is someone who wants to confront accusers.
He feels that he's been wrong and he wants to stand before them and proved that he's right so he may show himself and that Dan -- call may be an indication that that's.
Secondly he knows that there -- a manhunt out for him -- that it's huge so he is looking over his shoulder wondering if the next person.
It's the person who's going to capture him or -- -- him.
And that is classically the kind of thing that may cause him to make the critical mistake and that's from the state that would look.
Hope -- right an -- to see if his mother can be useful in any in any way doctor -- always great getting your thoughts thank you so much there.
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