posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 03:33 PM
Originally posted by The Cusp
I don't get it. The chop to the neck, while very effective, leaves you gagging and choking, not stunned. A hard blow could easily crush the
windpipe, killing a person. But the victim's response was not that of a person hit in the throat.
this is entirely inaccurate...I worked for the Colorado Department of Corrections and one of the defense tools they teach you in PPCT class is a
bladed strike to the jugular which disturbs the blood flow to the brain enough to knock someone out much more efficiently than closed fist to head.
Ive seen it done and I've had it done to me and I know that a bladed strike to the side of the neck that hits the jugular will make you go night
The first two strikes of the OP's "move" if anything are merely a distraction to keep the target from flexing muscles in the neck and reducing the
effectiveness of the jugular strike...the one that knocked the guy out is probably the bladed hand strike to the neck that really doesn't take much
effort at all...and it will make you go night night...
all the BS at the end about him possibly dying is sensationalism and crap...the guy would of been fine and came back to just as anyone who has been
knocked out or passed out due to temporary lack of blood to the brain.
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