No firing for LAPD officers who shot up innocent woman's car

When cop-killer Christopher Dorner went on the run, the LAPD went on the rampage. One of its victims was an elderly woman, hit twice when officers fired more than 100 shots at her (despite her truck looking nothing like Dorner's), and a friend in the same vehicle who was hit by flying glass. The officers will not be punished, and they remain anonymous, reports The Wire.

The officers faced suspension or even firing, but police chief Charlie Beck elected instead to let them all return to duty once they undergo some additional training, according to a memo obtained by the AP. The officers have not been named, so you'll probably never know if the guy writing your speeding ticket once shot at an innocent senior citizen.

All that's left to do, then, is hope that the "additional training" won't involve being trained to shoot straight.