Since the old thread is locked down, in "Old BS", I'll have to start anew.
The hospital suspected he was on PCP. If that was the case, I'll report that their strength isn't particularly super human (since the kimuras, plural, weren't much more difficult to slap on), but their endurance is...physical and emotional! The guy was raging for 3-4 hours, during which time I slapped on the kimura not once, but twice...maybe even thrice.
Bumping over the multi-posts
Was it standing kimura? front, or back?
Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
Standing kimura both times. Got each arm once.
Oh and then an ankle pick when he freaked out during cell extraction.
Yeah this thread is back! Keep us updated.
Two co-workers were already on him, but I was getting anxious and even a bit angry that I was not seeing a kimura being immediately administered. It's not like I haven't showed anyone how to do it. I wedged myself between the would-be arresting officers, sorta checked one guy outta the way, snaked my arm around and finished the cuffing process.
In hindsight, I feel like kind of a heel.
This began and ended with the heathen, resisting law breaker facing away from me, for one's statistical information.
Oh, and it's on video this time.
Last edited by Nid; 12/10/2006 9:38am at .
Post the link to the old thread and I'll move it here.
Last night, some dude stiffened when the first cop grabbed him, and flipped out when the second one did.
I was the third, and a fourth came too.
We pushed him to his back and all landed in a pile. One guy disengaged and got his tazer; the other two noticed and got off. I got my knee on his chest and kimured him.
The lazer beam was on me for an unnerving duration. I also sprained my thumb.
I think I'll just defer to the guy with the tazer from now on.
Is this a compendium of times when you've kimuraed guys on the job?