Sorry for resurrecting an old thread but saw this recently and I haven't seen it on here before. It is a police training video or seminar from the early 90's (I'd say) with Shoto Tanemura.
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Did you see the pictures presented earlier in this thread?
You're not going to be able to reliably defend against a stabbing attacker, even if you train one hour 4 days a week for a month. It's similar to assume that there's some way a boxer could make himself immune to ever getting struck to someone else's punch... It's possible in SPECIFIC INSTANCES, but there has to be a huge skill level deficient on the side of the opponent.
I'm afraid that this training may give police officers a false sense of security. It is probably better for a cop to respond to a deadly threat with deadly force. If a crazy/drugged up/imbred/retarded criminal doesn't want shot, all he has to do is not act like he wants to kill a cop.
I'm sure you will have to agree, it's much simpler this way.