Where is this video?

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    Where is this video?

    Don't remember where I saw it but want to see & share it with others.
    Video shows two parts, first shows a guy leaving work entering parking garage, female threatens to rob & cut him, he shoots in self defense but says wrong thing to 911 & when police arrive he panics & cops shoot him. Second shows same situation but he handles it right.
    If you know where to find it please post in a reply.
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    I think it was part of the TV show the best defense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    I think it was part of the TV show the best defense.
    Yep. The segment is on YouTube and is called Wrong and Right Way to Shoot Someone.


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    If I'm not mistaken, it's one by Mas Ayoob. I believe he has/had a few of them on YouTube. The one you seek, another about what to say after a SD shooting, etc. Not bad stuff. You could probably start by searching under his name.
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    Exactly what I was looking for, Thank you.

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    The thing I disagree with this video about is Mr. Pincus saying that we SHOULD give warnings before we shoot. If you're in a situation like that, somebody with a very large knife very close to you, waiting to give multiple warnings before actually defending yourself could be a very, very bad idea. Not to mention that it is not a legal requirement, anyway, depending on where you live.
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    I agree with pittypat21. If I'm confronted by someone with a deadly weapon, no warnings given. End the threat as quick as possible. Doesn't matter if it is a knife or a gun.
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