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Grammy Awards’ Security Increased As Suspected Killer Christopher Dorner Remains At Large & Obsessed With Celebrities

Security for the Grammys on Sunday has been increased as an intensive manhunt continues for suspected killer Christopher Dorner , an ex Los Angeles Police Department officer, RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively.

Dorner has expressed a strong fascination with many celebrities  in a rambling manifesto he posted on Facebook and organizers of the music event are taking no chances.

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“An extra security presence is being organized for this year’s Grammys,” a source told RadarOnline.com.

“There will be uniformed and plain-clothed police working in and around the Staples Center because Christopher Dorner is still out there.

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“Police are being extra vigilant, especially as Dorner’s manifesto mentioned several celebrity names, including some possible guests at this year’s Grammys.

“This is just a precaution and a security measure. But you can never be too careful when an unpredictable killer is at large.”

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Dorner, who is suspected of killing three people including one police officer, mailed a package to Anderson Cooper, the CNN anchor confirmed Thursday.

Cooper said on his program, “I learned today that Dorner sent me a package to my office here at CNN in New York.

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“The package arrived on February 1st. As you might imagine, I receive a lot of strange packages and letters and we have a system in place for dealing with them. I did not personally see this package or know about it until today.

“The package contained a DVD and a bullet-riddled keepsake coin … it’s called the Challenge Coin. It’s from … his former boss, LAPD Police Chief William Bratton … that coin had three bullet holes in the center, as you can see. And one partial hole on its edge, on the upper right-hand part of the — of the coin.

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Cooper said the package’s contents also included a note that read “I never lied,” and a DVD.