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Longest Serving San Bernardino Sheriff’s Deputy Forgets to Keep Space | Active Self Protection

This is a sad video, friends. Larry Falce was the longest serving member of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office, an army vet, and at 70 years old just wouldn’t retire. He got into a minor fender bender with the wrong guy and forgot to keep space when managing an unknown contact. The results are tragic. If you want to train and get better at real life self-defense, join us on the ASP Extra channel to learn how to respond like this surveillance video of the longest serving SBSO deputy forgetting to keep his space! NEWS STORIES, MORE INFO: News story with raw: News story from local news source with more: ASP merch is in stock in the store…go get a newly designed limited edition phone case! If you value what we do at ASP, would you consider becoming an ASP Patron Member to support the work it takes to make the narrated videos like this video of the Longest Serving San Bernardino Sheriff’s Officer who Forgets to Keep Space? or gives the details and benefits. Find a good instructor in your area and get some training: Attitude. Skills. Plan. (music in the outro courtesy of Bensound at Copyright Disclaimer. Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.


DrToastNBake says:

This is why you need to be armed. There are blacks everywhere these days

ben crawford says:

One hit kill. In Australia it is,by definition of law,technically labeled as a "cowards punch". We,unfortunately,have had quite a bit of it over the years.

daniel 0o0o0o says:

that man survived being a cop in California to the point of reaching retirement. to die as a victim of road rage. sad stuff. nowadays people have lost respect for life to the point that you see this happening in restaurants, bodegas, walmart, malls, airplanes,  trains, roads, cruise ships, marathons, schools, universities, parks, adult sport games, kids sport games, pools, banks. and if you are not in any of this locations, someone breaks into your house. what john is talking about is something this man should have known before john was born. you should always sharpen your skills and never let your guard down. the world we live in today is filled with bad stuff compounded by the reckless use of drugs.

Cesar Ortega says:

I moved to San Bernardino in 2016 after getting married and I literally live down the street, that morning I saw cops takings pictures of the the officers truck and the sidewalk but there was no body or anything there, I later found out about the incident on local news. It's crazy how people rationalize nowadays, a physical altercation shouldn't be such an easy reaction. This man served many years on the police force and yet he dies from an idiot who doesn't know the basics of respect and self control. San Bernardino is an old town, the other day I saw a sign that says "1977 All American City", it must have been a recognition the city once received. My oh my how things change, and change isn't always good, it's definitely sad to see the culture and mind of a society or city deteriorate for diverse reason, it can be brought back to good but it all starts with our mind, how we view and perceive ourselves, others, and all life around us, God have mercy on us.

formworksucks says:

Arguing with a big burly African can have savage consequences. This guy Alonzo Leron Smith has a killer hook, literally.

Shaun Wilson says:

These guys need to be removed from society. I can guarantee this perp should have been put away before, but justice is more like mercy for perps. Get rid of the perps and keep good people safe.

Clear sky Over the lake says:

We all make mistakes, we forget, even after years of practice and doing.

HIKAGE says:

at least the bad guy got caught by the police

Christian Sanchez says:

Murder charges, thank god the justice system does something good for the rest of us.

Isaac Ammerman says:

Blue lives Matter

1,000 Year Beard says:

Fender bender in SB county?… don't be surprised one is a wanted felon. I'm ashamed of my hometown.

john Allen says:

nice , fuck big mouther weakling i dont know who you were its who you are .women and elderly and young that act like they are grown men let them take some abuse

Bflatest says:

The white truck should have followed him

Bflatest says:

I hope he rotes in jail.

Matthew Mangiaracina says:

Shouldn't you be facing manslaughter instead of murder charges for punching someone in the face? He probably wasn't actually trying to kill him.

Justin Muscle says:

Every little fender bender i have been in I never took it personal. It is a accident and it is just a vehicle that can be fixed.

Laika052 says:

Alonzo Smith, the gang member that killed the deputy should have been in prison when this incident happened. He should have been serving a 12 year sentence for gang crimes, but the conviction was overturned due to California's soft stance on crime.

Yo Mother says:

He punched him 1 time and killed the guy.. Holy shit

Waylon Phillips says:

I would have done the same thing to him after he hit that man

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