WAP 164: DON’T FALL FOR DISTRACTING QUESTIONS DESIGNED TO DISARM YOU AND MAKE YOU AN EASIER VICTIM
Today on the show we cover another Greg Ellifritz article titled, Distracting Questions, which covers a couple different tactics that criminals use to distract and disarm their potential victims. In order for criminals to get close enough to their victims to attack, they have to appear non-threatening so in order to close the distance, they will usually approach with seemingly innocent requests or questions designed to make you an easier victim so don’t fall for them. What are the most common questions? What are our personal experiences? Let’s find out. Enjoy!
JOIN US TODAY AS WE TALK ABOUT:
- We are just like Instructor Zero
- 50-yard headshot was not recorded but it was accomplished
- A criminal will use innocent questions to help close the gap with their victim
- Be cautious when a stranger approaches and:
- Asks for directions
- Asks for a cigarette or lighter
- Asks for money
- Does anyone use the decoy wallet?
- Don’t fall for “peacocking” – A criminal can use a bible or an empty gas can to get close
- Threats are 36o°
- Toasted Yellow?
- The struggle is balancing the need to help people with the responsibility of keeping you and your family safe
- Does everyone have gun nightmares?
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