William Bratton, former LAPD Chief of Police and Commissioner for Boston and the NYPD, weighed in on the Christopher Dorner manhunt.  Bratton, who was referenced in Dorner's manifesto, said that law enforcement "really had no idea where he was," and that the search was beginning to wind down on Big Bear Mountain.  Bratton also said that Dorner's biggest mistake was going from being the hunter to the hunted: "His range of options, the anonymity that he had... was severely restricted," he explained.

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