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Chased to stab her: woman managed to escape!
A lady gets chased by a man (husband/boyfriend?) while getting cornered and stabbed.
Some points in the video:
✊ Fleeing but getting cornered.
✊ Having a (mini)plan – tries to press a button (remote door) while running.
✊ The use of static shields (cars) – see also a delaying element in using a static shield.
✊ Having the attitude to escape (win) using adaptation. Remember – It’s a woman vs a strong man and a knife.
✊ The effect of helping people and the communication between the supporters/attacker/victim.
✊ The fast-changing situation.
✊ See how fast sometimes opportunities arise … you don’t want to be too late!
✊ The danger of this enclosed area – victim between a barrier and the attacker
✊ Etc…see video!
The environment = a permanent ingredient in all conflicts/fights. It can work for or against you. It’s important to adapt to the environment and use every possibility it gives to survive/win.
You always want to avoid a direct unarmed contact against a knife attack…always. In this situation, you see how important the environment was. I cannot express enough how essential the use of non-combative skills and the use of the environment is.
No background information whatsoever so if someone has information, please share it.
The only source I could find said it occurred in Brazil.
Some additional/overlapping (above)points:
» A woman sprinting away tries to push a button (outside door) but gets cornered.
» The chasing man stabs the woman while running and continues doing this with a clear intention to murder (passion kill?).
» She stayed into the fight – observing/taking opportunity/flee and run without falling/ etc.
» The video shows us an outdoor closed environment with a closed remote door (button) and two cars (important ingredients).
» He gets nervous (helping people) and wants to flee the scene.
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