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Doe, Fire, and Guns: Source: oc Weekly @undocumedia Christian Dorscht, the 13-year-old dragged by an off-duty Los Angeles policeman in Anaheim Teen Anaheim before he pulled a gun and fired a shot near him, has just been released from Involved in Fracas Orange County Juvenile Hall, the Weekly has learned. Anaheim police arrested him with Gun Firing yesterday in the after-school altercation that's gone viral for alleged battery and LAPD Cop criminal threats. Johnny Dorscht, Christian's father, tells the Weekly his son has never been Released: Father in trouble with the law before. (In the video, Christian can be heard claiming that his Speaks Out father is a cop, according to Dorscht, Christian's stepfather is a police officer) *FULL VIDEO SEE LINK IN BIO @undocumedia Anaheim: Off-duty LAPD officer forces 13 year old Mexican-American boy onto his property, shoots at him *FULL VIDEO SEE LINK IN BIO @undocumedia - - - - - - - - - - - - - Christian Dorscht, the 13-year-old dragged by an off-duty Los Angeles policeman in Anaheim before he pulled a gun and fired a shot near him, has just been released from Orange County Juvenile Hall, the Weekly has learned. Anaheim police arrested him yesterday in the after-school altercation that's gone viral for alleged battery and criminal threats. Johnny Dorscht, Christian's father, tells the Weekly his son has never been in trouble with the law before. (In the video, Christian can be heard claiming that his father is a cop; according to Dorscht, Christian's stepfather is a police officer). "What I've been told is that my son told the off-duty cop, 'I'm going to sue you for hitting me. I'm a minor,'" says Dorscht, saying his son was attacked first. In the now-infamous video, the sunglasses-wearing officer continually accuses Christian of saying he was going to "shoot him," which became grounds for the criminal threats arrest in the cop's mind. Dorscht believes that all his kid did was stand up for a girl after the off-duty cop allegedly called the teen a "cunt" for stepping on his grass. Jimenez took various photographs of her son after he'd been taken into custody. They show wrist bruises where he was cuffed and other markings along his neck from the LAPD cop's grabbing-and-dragging routine. "I'm pretty pissed off about what happened," Dorscht says. "You could talk to anybody, my son has very good manners. He does good in school and isn't disrespectful or anything like that." The case will be presented to the Orange County District Attorney's office, who'll decide on charges, if any. Spokesperson Susan Kang Schroeder hasn't responded to the Weekly's request for comment on the matter, but we'll publish it when we receive it. "We're going to find legal representation and be suing," Dorscht says. "This is B.S. Even the cops, when they got there, they had all the kids down. They didn't even go after the guy."
Doe, Fire, and Guns: Source:
 oc Weekly
 @undocumedia Christian Dorscht, the 13-year-old dragged by
 an off-duty Los Angeles policeman in
 Anaheim Teen
 Anaheim before he pulled a gun and fired a
 shot near him, has just been released from
 Involved in Fracas
 Orange County Juvenile Hall, the Weekly has
 learned. Anaheim police arrested him
 with Gun Firing
 yesterday in the after-school altercation
 that's gone viral for alleged battery and
 LAPD Cop
 criminal threats. Johnny Dorscht, Christian's
 father, tells the Weekly his son has never been
 Released: Father
 in trouble with the law before. (In the video,
 Christian can be heard claiming that his
 Speaks Out
 father is a cop, according to Dorscht,
 Christian's stepfather is a police officer)
*FULL VIDEO SEE LINK IN BIO @undocumedia Anaheim: Off-duty LAPD officer forces 13 year old Mexican-American boy onto his property, shoots at him *FULL VIDEO SEE LINK IN BIO @undocumedia - - - - - - - - - - - - - Christian Dorscht, the 13-year-old dragged by an off-duty Los Angeles policeman in Anaheim before he pulled a gun and fired a shot near him, has just been released from Orange County Juvenile Hall, the Weekly has learned. Anaheim police arrested him yesterday in the after-school altercation that's gone viral for alleged battery and criminal threats. Johnny Dorscht, Christian's father, tells the Weekly his son has never been in trouble with the law before. (In the video, Christian can be heard claiming that his father is a cop; according to Dorscht, Christian's stepfather is a police officer). "What I've been told is that my son told the off-duty cop, 'I'm going to sue you for hitting me. I'm a minor,'" says Dorscht, saying his son was attacked first. In the now-infamous video, the sunglasses-wearing officer continually accuses Christian of saying he was going to "shoot him," which became grounds for the criminal threats arrest in the cop's mind. Dorscht believes that all his kid did was stand up for a girl after the off-duty cop allegedly called the teen a "cunt" for stepping on his grass. Jimenez took various photographs of her son after he'd been taken into custody. They show wrist bruises where he was cuffed and other markings along his neck from the LAPD cop's grabbing-and-dragging routine. "I'm pretty pissed off about what happened," Dorscht says. "You could talk to anybody, my son has very good manners. He does good in school and isn't disrespectful or anything like that." The case will be presented to the Orange County District Attorney's office, who'll decide on charges, if any. Spokesperson Susan Kang Schroeder hasn't responded to the Weekly's request for comment on the matter, but we'll publish it when we receive it. "We're going to find legal representation and be suing," Dorscht says. "This is B.S. Even the cops, when they got there, they had all the kids down. They didn't even go after the guy."

*FULL VIDEO SEE LINK IN BIO @undocumedia Anaheim: Off-duty LAPD officer forces 13 year old Mexican-American boy onto his property, shoots at...

Chris Evans, Doe, and Driving: HH NEWS Ahead of series 24 of Top Gear, we caught up with presenter Rory Reid to throw a bunch of questions at him from ourselves and you guys. Here's What he had to say! Via @carthrottlenews - CT: We’re just a few weeks away from your second series on Top Gear. How does it feel this time around compared to your TG debut? - RR: I would say cautiously I feel optimisitic. Last year I was involved as a kind of lone wolf, because I was drafted in to do individual reviews of cars, and I only featured in four out of the six episodes. So this season, I’m part of a team of three core presenters, I’ll be in every single episode, and I’ll also work with our contributors Eddie Jordan and Sabine Schmitz. The level involvement is much greater from my side. I’ve had much more input into this series, so all things considered, I’m very much optimistic. - CT: We enjoyed seeing yourself and Harris in Extra Gear last series. Will that still be a thing in series 24? - RR: Extra Gear is coming back next season, I won’t be hosting it and neither will Chris - we have a new host. The guy’s name is George Lewis, he’s a very funny comedian, and Chris and myself will be alongside George, revealing behind-the-scenes content. Chris will take a closer look at the cars featured in the main show with a hot lap like he did before, and there’ll be some specially shot films that are exclusive to Extra Gear. - CT: How will the celebrity guest segment work this time around? We’ve heard rumours a Toyota GT86 might be involved… - RR: There will be celebrities as always, but the way they’re incorporated will change. We want the celebrity guest to be weaved throughout the show. They’re also going to be taught how to drive their lap by The Stig and by Chris Harris. I don’t think I can tell you about the car… - CT: Can you tell us at least that the Mini has gone? - RR: I will reveal that there is a change to the track. I can confirm that the rallycross track has gone, and we’ll be returning to the normal track. So it would make sense not to have a rally-prepared car, let’s put it like that… - To find out what Rory thought of Chris Evans and what segments we should look out for in the new series, head over to carthrottle.com to see the full interview!
Chris Evans, Doe, and Driving: HH NEWS
 Ahead of series 24 of Top Gear, we
 caught up with presenter Rory Reid to
 throw a bunch of questions at him
 from ourselves and you guys. Here's
 What he had to say!
Via @carthrottlenews - CT: We’re just a few weeks away from your second series on Top Gear. How does it feel this time around compared to your TG debut? - RR: I would say cautiously I feel optimisitic. Last year I was involved as a kind of lone wolf, because I was drafted in to do individual reviews of cars, and I only featured in four out of the six episodes. So this season, I’m part of a team of three core presenters, I’ll be in every single episode, and I’ll also work with our contributors Eddie Jordan and Sabine Schmitz. The level involvement is much greater from my side. I’ve had much more input into this series, so all things considered, I’m very much optimistic. - CT: We enjoyed seeing yourself and Harris in Extra Gear last series. Will that still be a thing in series 24? - RR: Extra Gear is coming back next season, I won’t be hosting it and neither will Chris - we have a new host. The guy’s name is George Lewis, he’s a very funny comedian, and Chris and myself will be alongside George, revealing behind-the-scenes content. Chris will take a closer look at the cars featured in the main show with a hot lap like he did before, and there’ll be some specially shot films that are exclusive to Extra Gear. - CT: How will the celebrity guest segment work this time around? We’ve heard rumours a Toyota GT86 might be involved… - RR: There will be celebrities as always, but the way they’re incorporated will change. We want the celebrity guest to be weaved throughout the show. They’re also going to be taught how to drive their lap by The Stig and by Chris Harris. I don’t think I can tell you about the car… - CT: Can you tell us at least that the Mini has gone? - RR: I will reveal that there is a change to the track. I can confirm that the rallycross track has gone, and we’ll be returning to the normal track. So it would make sense not to have a rally-prepared car, let’s put it like that… - To find out what Rory thought of Chris Evans and what segments we should look out for in the new series, head over to carthrottle.com to see the full interview!

Via @carthrottlenews - CT: We’re just a few weeks away from your second series on Top Gear. How does it feel this time around compared to yo...