Steve Watson Infowars.com Feb 14, 2013
A Former FBI Assistant Director said he did not know how to respond to recordings of police officers yelling “burn it down” over the radio during the raid on the cabin where fugitive Christopher Dorner was thought to have been burned alive, suggesting that the voices may not have been those of SWAT officers on the scene.
Interviewed on CNN yesterday, Tom Fuentes admitted he was at a loss to explain why the audio, extracted from police scanners, contained such panicked yelling.
“In a SWAT operation, they’re highly disciplined, highly professional. There’s not going to be that kind of shouting and, of course, the terminology, “burn it down”, and things like that. So, I just don’t — it doesn’t fit what I’m normally used to in an operation this difficult.” Fuentes said.
“You wouldn’t hear comments like that, so I just don’t know… the sheriff’s department’s going to have a lot of questions to answer about who was making those statements on the radio and why.” Fuentes added, insinuating that he believes the words may not have come from responding officers.