After a televised ending to the manhunt many questions were raised about the police tactics that were used. A spokesman for the LAPD responded to allegations that, the department had bungled opportunities to end the manhunt earlier. It became the longest car chase in history, and lasted several days last week.
"Early opportunities presented themselves and had the Officers acted sooner, we could have ended this manhunt much much earlier" Sad Sgt Neighborhood "Had we burned that blue truck in the beginning.. we would not have had to waste tax payer money searching the woods and burning down that cabin."
And many law experts agree that the cost of a small truck is significantly less than a vacation home. "A quick end to this manhunt would have saved taxpayers a fortune and our officers are trained to deal with a lack of evidence" continued Sgt. Neighborhood "We will reprimand those officers and they will be on paid leave while they attend evidence "discovery" classes through the end of the month."
Grizzly valley park rangers were still cleaning up the ashes left by the operation this week. One ranger said "Im just glad these guys got to come up and take it easy for a few days. See the town. Do some fishing. Terrible thing, about the Cabin and all, but it had to be done."