LAPD Husband, Wife Targeted By Dorner Break Silence About Manhunt
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck held a news conference to discuss the latest updates on the Christopher Dorner investigation Tuesday and announced the department hasn't yet decided how to disburse the $1-million reward. A husband and wife who serve with the LAPD and were targeted by Dorner broke their silence at the news conference and discussed being placed under police protection during the manhunt. Kara Finnstrom reports.
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