posted on Oct, 9 2014 @ 04:59 PM
a reply to: cavtrooper7
I'm with ya there brother. Although I don't really see that as an "Attack" the bodyguard put his hands on the guy and could have kept him away
from his client in more professional ways. But yeah if that dude touched me like that I would have panantukan'ed (kali -dirty boxing) that dudes
head in. And I'm a little guy. (well I'm not little just short)
IF that didn't work I'd introduce a blade real quick and a family of mice and some small birds would be using his new chest cavities as a nest.
21 foot rule!!!! FTW!!!!
You don't put your hands on people. Even working in a protection detail you don't if you don't have to. He didn't have to there. That's
unprofessional and actually endangering your client. Your security team is down one man now in which the real attacker can come in and exploit the
now weak link in the chain. Also, you might be dealing with revenge assaults afterwards. (happens to some bouncers) Never understood that. Why do
bouncers act like dicks? The other person knows where to find you (your job) and can now take his time setting up some sort of hit or revenge.
Besides protection details are largely a farce. Just ask Kennedy...oh wait no don't do that actually, he's sorta unavailable to answer questions at
the moment. If someone wants you dead it's simple... 308 from a few yards off. An NO nobody in the protection detail will be able to handle a guy
opening up with a 308. From any distance.