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county sheepdog says:

Takes .75 sec. to Perceive a Threat & .75 To React to the Threat
1. A lot of harm can be done in 1.5 seconds.
2. I always keep people at arm's distance on or off duty.
3. Words can't kill you but hands will.
4. I never let a suspect blade off on me.
5. The majority of the world is right handed. Make sure they don't position their right hand out of sight.
6. Stabed A Lady Carrying Her Child?? Psychotic

Chris Squire says:

…as soon as dude went for his pocket, I would've started raining Bombs on him….

DiViNe SaGe_16 says:

2nd video. Like what a fucking maniac.

jmzsil says:

Though I haven’t been in this situation, I’ve studied a few martial arts. When the hand goes to the belt, I back up. I see a weapon (especially not a firearm), the nose and groin are getting smashed. Then all bets are off. BTW I have ADHD and OCC I have had personal space for years. A favorite family member once took a step towards me (we were having a basic conversation) I stepped back, he looked at me with a strange look (I hadn’t been diagnosed yet). I simply stated I have a three feet rule with all people. Guess it may be hardwired in my DNA.

Jesse Sisolack says:

You are very right about that bleeding. That is an artery hit for sure, and when you are losing blood like that, you better stop that bleeding in a hurry or you are not going to make it.

momo marley says:

The guy in China "got around her blocking arm" because he had a knife in each hand..Wow.

Fernando Prieto says:

Now you are exploiting the Chinese?

M Lee says:

looks like he left carotid artery. Not good. Applied direct pressure inferior and on the side without impeding the other side. The should be stabbed in the chest, back, and carotid to see how he thinks of it.

No Name says:

2:20 – that guy was wearing a tracksuit, if you're a slav like me you know that he's a threat for sure

Inked With Blood says:

Welcome to china, we're communists and we like stabbing people at random.

marryson123 says:

did the lady make it?

bob smith says:

Is it more dangerous to be stabbed or shot, i think the shooting videos seem a lot less problematic than stabbing but idk. Stabbing looks horrible though. Like you gotta be evil to stab

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