There were several citizens that were instrumental to the finding of Christopher Dorner; the rogue LAPD officer accused of going on a killing spree fueled by vengeance. Their information helped lead authorities to a cabin that had been taken over by Dorner in the Big Bear Mountains. The record one million dollar reward was a huge announcement that was made by the mayor of Los Angeles earlier in the week. It was put together by private investors with the intent of helping the LAPD find the murderous Dorner and keep the streets of LA safe. The only problem is that the legal language of the reward is a tad bit tricky. According to the rewards posting on the official website of LAPD and the county of Los Angeles, the reward was for any information leading to the capture and conviction of Dorner. The only problem here is that he was neither captured nor convicted. In fact, he was essentially blown to bits by hundreds of officers who stormed the cabin yesterday. As the smoke rose from the bullet ridden cabin these brave individuals who helped the authorities find this mad man must have felt pretty good about their accomplishment. Now that feeling may be a bit tainted.