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    What about using the peoples elbow?


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    I seen the escalation coming along way off. First officer needs H2H skills bad, second also ; )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhusker95 View Post
    What about using the peoples elbow?

    No thanks, I'll stick to skills I know work through practical experience. If that elbow was that effective, they'd ban it from the show.
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    The mind is the limiting factor

    The lion does not even bother to turn his head when he hears the small dog barking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hogdaddy View Post
    I seen the escalation coming along way off. First officer needs H2H skills bad, second also ; )
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    Sir, step out of the vehicle. The response of anything that entails #@$%^ brings one last command to alight from the vehicle. With no immediate compliance, I'll take him out through the window using the skills trained in at counter terr school, and he'll gladly comply, may even try to jump out of the window, but he's coming out of that vehicle.

    The technique, once again, involves taking control of his head. There's so much pain involved, they become a willing participant to alight, in any manner they can to comply at that point.
    The mind is the limiting factor

    The lion does not even bother to turn his head when he hears the small dog barking.

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    I used to live in that city. Haven't lived there in 20+ years, but the actions of the driver do not surprise me. Due to it being the home of the University of Kansas, there are way to may millennials and liberals in that town for my taste. The female officer may have been a rookie, and the male officer may have forced exit of the vehicle early, but in my opinion, the idiot in the car had it coming, just from his behavior, and the news stories that showed his background just confirmed it.
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    Obviously that guy did not pay attention to the Chris Rock video on "How to not get your ass kicked by the police."

    Seatbelt as a primary offense? Wow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzQkr View Post
    No thanks, I'll stick to skills I know work through practical experience. If that elbow was that effective, they'd ban it from the show.
    It was meant to be a joke....You tellin me wrestling isn't real
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhusker95 View Post
    It was meant to be a joke....You tellin me wrestling isn't real
    Remember "Pappy" Boyington?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TSKnight View Post
    Remember "Pappy" Boyington?
    No...But i do remember Black Jack Lanza....Pappy don't ring a bell....Maybe before my time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhusker95 View Post
    No...But i do remember Black Jack Lanza....Pappy don't ring a bell....Maybe before my time.
    He was a Marine Aviator in the Pacific during WWII. His squadron was called the Black Sheep.

    Boyington never wrestled, he was a ref. In his biography he said the primary job of the ref was to control the hype.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TSKnight View Post
    Remember "Pappy" Boyington?
    Black Sheep ; )
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    Quote Originally Posted by TSKnight View Post
    He was a Marine Aviator in the Pacific during WWII. His squadron was called the Black Sheep.

    Boyington never wrestled, he was a ref. In his biography he said the primary job of the ref was to control the hype.
    My favorite was Rowdy Roddy Piper and i liked Cactus Jack as well

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    Yep, too much talking and explaining. It was pretty clear early on that the driver wasn't going to cooperate. I might also have tried emptying a can of Mace into the vehicle to encourage his exit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoganbeg View Post
    Yep, too much talking and explaining. It was pretty clear early on that the driver wasn't going to cooperate. I might also have tried emptying a can of Mace into the vehicle to encourage his exit.
    Believe me, I could have emptied that vehicle. Just buy me some beer and wings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzQkr View Post
    Looked like her taser was on the opposite side of her duty gun, in cross draw mode. Panicked and not only drew the wrong tool, I don't believe she needed to use any tool to help affect the arrest. Lack of training, hesitation to go hands on [ from a lack of training and confidence ] got her to where she ended up on this one IMO
    Absolutely! So now, the cops can't tell the difference between their guns and tasers? SMH! Stuff like this is why many people in my community don't trust cops whatsoever. We see this type of scenario (with one of us immediately getting shot) over and over and over again. Sure, the perp was definitely in the wrong over a little seat belt violation. I'm with the cop on this from the standpoint that all the perp had to do was to comply and hand over his information, get the ticket and go home safely and more importantly ALIVE. But subduing him could have been handled differently as you mentioned opposed to the officer choosing to immediately use deadly force.
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