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Thomas’ letter asks whether the retired judges’ possible conflicts of interest have been checked among other questions.

Dorner, a fired LAPD officer who believed he had been treated unfairly, killed four people during a 10-day rampage, including the daughter of an LAPD officer, a Riverside police officer and a San Bernardino County sheriff’s detective. In an online manifesto, he threatened to kill other LAPD officers, and hundreds of officers fanned out across Southern California to protect their colleagues for more than a week while Dorner was at large.

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