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Chirstopher Dorner, the man suspected of multiple murders in a rampage against the LAPD, is still on the loose. The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Dorner posted a manifesto to his Facebook page that includes call-outs to several celebrities. Dorner expresses admiriation of Charlie Sheen, Christoph Waltz, Ellen Degeneres, Serena Williams, Eric Clapton, Jay-Z and several other public figures. He expresses regret that he will miss the upcoming movies "Hangover 3" and "World War Z," and states that he likes Michelle Obama's bangs. Dorner also lists newscasters he likes, though he does add after listing Anderson Cooper: "Cooper, stop nagging and berating your guest, they're your (guest)."
Cooper reported yesterday that Dorner sent him a package that contained a DVD, note and a medallion whot through with bullets.
The second season of "Touch" premieres tonight, a show that apparently flew below everyone's radar last year. Kiefer Sutherland plays Martin Bohm, the father of a boy, Jake, who has the ability to see connections and patterns of events that no one else can, but who doesn't speak. It's written by Tim Kring, who also created "Heroes." Fox 8 p.m. EST.
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