The manhunt continues in the mountains of Southern California for Christopher Jordan Dorner, the ex-LAPD officer accused of killing three people including law enforcement members, wounding two others, and posting a manifesto on Facebook threatening "unconventional and asymmetrical warfare" against police. Anderson Cooper received a parcel from the fugitive containing a coin with bullet holes in it, and he detailed his feelings about it on Anderson Live.
"It's a very strange feeling," said Anderson. "This man, Dorner, had written a lengthy manifesto on his Facebook page naming a number of reporters, and he had mentioned me. He said I should stop interrupting guests. He had little advice for me, but he was in general complimentary, but he clearly had a message that he wanted to get out to reporters, and I am sure he sent them to other people as well."