CATEGORY: Knife Violence | Analyzed Content | Explicit content 4 (scale 1-5) - Rated NC-17
Backstabber in the purest form!
See a running ambush knife attack during a group fight in India.
Some general points:
» In group fights danger can come from different directions...it's an ambush magnet
» Big knife = potential big damage
» Alcohol in play
» You're not supposed to pull out a knife until you're in a hospital with medical staff around you
» Young males keep escalating the situation (young male syndrome)
» The Hit-and-run ambush/distraction + rescue from one group
Biomechanical factors that can be assessed in sharp force injuries:
• The properties of the knife
• Movement of the knife up to the point of impact (affected by clothing and movement of the victim (with respect to the assailant), and from the skin to its termination within the body)
• The speed and direction of delivery of the blow
• Intrinsic properties of the knife - shape/ sharpness/ weight
• Delivery of the blow - velocity/ type of thrust and 'follow-through' ('overarm' vs. 'underarm')
• Movement of the knife within the body - affected by skin/ organ resistance, movement of the victim and whether a bone has been impacted.
Little medical background information:
The first mortality peak, occurring in the Emergency Room (ER) and Operating Room, is caused by significant damage to the vascular system or due to multiorgan trauma of the abdomen.
Aortic rupture is one of the worst complications of penetrating or blunt abdominal trauma. High ratio of patients die at the scene or on the way to the hospital. Most of the ones who reach hospital in a hemodynamically stable condition become unstable later.
* The used 3d anatomical plate from the left side lets you see all the possible reachable targets with such a large knife. Even the liver is reachable - Located in the right upper quadrant of the abdominal cavity, it rests just below the diaphragm, to the right of the stomach and overlies the stomach + gallbladder. A portion of the liver goes into the left upper abdomen as well...so, it's potential reachable via the left side with a large knife + upwards angle. But in this case, I personally think the left kidney (artery)/abdominal aorta. I'm not sure (of course), therefore a little collection of possible anatomical targets so you can analyze it yourself.
*Automatically translated, so mistakes included!
Delhi patel nagar prem nagar murder cctv video corona lockdown
Apr 21, 2020,10:07AM IST | Source: Times Now
40-year-old Delhi man stabbed to death for informing owner about people drinking on
In a shocking incident, a 40-year-old man was stabbed to death on Monday allegedly after he informed the owner of a house about some people drinking on his building rooftop in Delhi's Patel Nagar area. The deceased man is a resident of Prem Nagar in Patel
Nagar. On the intervening night of Thursday and Friday, some people were drinking alcohol on the rooftop of a house at Prem Nagar in Patel Nagar, police said. Shah informed the house owner about it. On Monday, the six accused, aged between 16 and 20, came to intimidate the man and his family with sticks, rod and knife. Two of the accused stabbed the man and his son.
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