The clip you’re about to see is somewhat disturbing …
It might be taken down from the internet (multiple other copies of it already have). It is also NSFW because not only are they torturing them, but there’s a lot of cussing/cursing.
That’s why you should watch it now, while it’s still live:
4 Black Chicago Teens Torture White Special Needs Kid On Facebook Live (Make Him Say ‘F*ck Donald Trump’ & ‘F*ck White People’)
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The Importance Of ‘Escape & Evasion’ Skills
I post this video not just for shock effect, but so that we can all learn from it.
This is not the full video, which was taken down as I understand it, but I have read that the full video is 30 minutes long.
It starts with the mentally disabled teen being cornered by the 4 assailants and taunted and threatened …
My first takeaway is that if you find yourself facing multiple assailants that are intending to do your harm — flee.
Fight first if you must but then get out/away as quick as possible.
It seems like a good a plan as any to drill the closest guy in front of you as hard and fast as possible and then sprint away, shoving your way through the others if necessary. Don’t put your fists up and try to continue the fight. Don’t wait to see “how bad your punch hurt him”. You want a vicious, surprising, “ambush” type attack just to startle them all and distract them — giving you enough time to start running.
You do not want to get tied up or otherwise restrained like the man in this video.
(Oh yeah, that also brings up the point — can YOU outrun 4 young, physically fit teens? Oh you can’t? Because you’re fat and lazy and you don’t take your physical training seriously? You need to fix that then. And your age is not an excuse!)
If you do get tied up, then you should learn some basic escape & evasion skills.
That’s because this happens more often than you think.
Especially during home invasions, people are often restrained.
The criminals favor zip ties, rope and duct tape.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 1 out of every 5 homes will be the victim of a break-in or home invasion. And get this: 38% of violent assaults and 60% of rapes occur during a home invasion.
it would be good if you learned how to escape common restraints such as rope, zip ties and duct tape that home invaders like to use. It’s not that hard and will go a long way towards keeping you calm in a situation like this.
My good friend and former CIA officer Jason Hanson teaches this in his Spy Escape & Evasion Course. This method #1 works well with zip ties and duct tape:
When you are getting ziptied, make sure you keep your elbows together and bend forward.
Next, you need to have the lock in the middle of your hands. This allows you to pop the lock, later. If the lock is not in the middle of your hands, you need to maneuver it, or use your teeth to reposition the lock.
Put your hands over the head, come down past your hips out to the side. The lock will pop right off.
Those images are from Jason’s full course called “Spy Escape & Evasion” which you can learn more about here. He also offers this course work in a live class format.
Greg Ellifritz also has a good article called “Your Tactical Training Scenario- Tied Up During a Home Invasion” where he give some great tips on surviving a hostage situation like this.
Keep your head up and stay safe out there. Can you think of any ways to escape a situation like this? If so, post them in the comments!
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