Homeowner strangles intruder to death

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    I have no sympathy for home invaders, I hope this dirtbag had time to reflect a bit on his victim selection process before he went to meet his maker.
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    Cool

    I am really choked up over the entire situation.

    If your gonna be dumb you best be tuff. The BG was one but not the other. His past shows he had a perpencity for violence but this time was on the receiving end of it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Janq View Post

    As well last year an American tourist on a tour bus that was stopped in IIRC the Domincan Republic by bandits toward a strong arm robbery, so he got up from his seat to fight the first/nearest bandit and not only strangled what was an armed attacker into submission but broke his clavicle before ultimately killing him by strangulation. That dude was a former marine circa Korea pushing 80s yrs. old (!).
    That actually happened here in the province of Limon in Costa Rica. I think people that act like this should be awarded a Medal of Honor!

    Here's the link to the story: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...022300178.html
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    I was only holding him for the police. See, you can't always count on them arriving on time. There is a natural time lag between calling 911, dispatching and arrival at the scene. You need to prepare to handle that wait time.
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    I can see it now(Black Tactical Garrotes) on sale ,get yours before you need to reverse heimlick an aggressor and choke the devil outta them
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    Quote Originally Posted by alachner View Post
    That actually happened here in the province of Limon in Costa Rica. I think people that act like this should be awarded a Medal of Honor!

    Here's the link to the story: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...022300178.html
    Woot!

    Thanks for the correction and assist.
    That guy IMHO deserves a medal or some such. One could only hope to be that diesel as a senior citizen.

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    Having used the carotid (not wind pipe) choke quite a number of times, I would cast a vote for the effectiveness of either. I suspect that quite a number of seniors fall into the catagory that once the get you "locked in" you have major problems
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    I bet the homeowner is considering a gun by now! Having to do it the hard way via strangulation isn't quite the instant gratification one would prefer when it comes to home invaders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guantes View Post
    "Well I got the choke hold down, what technique is next?"
    Is that the version were you put someone jacked up on Angel-dust in a half-nelson, then with your free hand take your nightstick and place it across their throat, inside your elbow, pull hard, and hang on for the ride?!!!!!

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    modified and full choke work well too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbiesdad View Post
    "Why did he have to strangle him, couldn't he have just given my baybeee a wedgie"?
    He could have given a warning choke; or choked him in the leg.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoGunn View Post
    As a former student of martial arts, it is quite easy to kill someone with choking methods if you know the techique and apply it just right.

    Crushing the windpipe with a blow by the hand or by wrapping the arms around someone's neck and cutting off their air supply are two of those techniques that I learned. It doesn't take long to die either, just a matter of a minute or two.
    And a lot less time to lose conciousness. I trained in Krav Maga for a few years, and it was eye opening how quickly you can be choked out and lose conciousness.

    Kudos to the homeowner, but I certainly don't envy the mental anguish he will endure as a result of having to take someones life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alachner View Post

    The mother in that story is a complete moron blinded by the love for her son... From the article:

    "We want justice, this can't go unpunished, because they could have saved him," she said in an interview in Limon. "If this had happened in the United States, the suspect would have been detained and wouldn't have left the country."

    She also acknowledged past problems. "I know my boy wasn't staying out of trouble, I knew that any moment I would get bad news."

    So, she knew he was getting in trouble and she would get bad news at any moment.. but is outraged and wants justice for her son getting himself killed. Brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockStrongo View Post
    The mother in that story is a complete moron blinded by the love for her son... From the article:

    "We want justice, this can't go unpunished, because they could have saved him," she said in an interview in Limon. "If this had happened in the United States, the suspect would have been detained and wouldn't have left the country."

    She also acknowledged past problems. "I know my boy wasn't staying out of trouble, I knew that any moment I would get bad news."

    So, she knew he was getting in trouble and she would get bad news at any moment.. but is outraged and wants justice for her son getting himself killed. Brilliant.
    Unfortunately the denial that her son could possibly be guilty of creating his own death while committing a crime is lost on her. She isn't even aware of it. Every parent loves their child, I love my son, but if he was out doing crime, I sure wouldn't be blaming it on everyone else, I'd be blaming him.

    This "son" chose to do crime and there are always consequences to be faced each and every time we do something. Until people stop making excuses for the bad behavior of their children and really try to help them, this pattern will continue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerby View Post
    He could have given a warning choke; or choked him in the leg.............
    BwaaaHaaaaHaaaa! Dude, That's seriously funny!:
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