Ex-LAPD Officers Who Want Cases Reviewed In The Wake Of Dorner May Not Get Jobs Back
Dozens of former Los Angeles Police Department officers who asked to have reviews of their terminations in the wake of the Christopher Dorner case may have little to no chance of getting their jobs back. KCAL9's Dave Lopez reports.
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