How Not to Get Killed by the Police: Herding Instincts

Many people read the news everyday, and see people getting killed and maimed by police officers. I’m sure they’re wondering how they can avoid being mauled by roving bands of police officers. Well, I’m here to give you some effective survival techniques that you can use to keep from being injured or killed if faced with rabid police officers on the hunt for blood.

In your daily life, you may be accosted by wild police officers over minor traffic violations, like auto theft. If you find yourself in this situation, DO NOT RUN!!! Police officers have an innate, and finely tuned herding instinct. That is to say, if you run, they’ll chase you down, and kill you.

Maybe if this guy had read my blog, he might still be living.

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5 Responses to “How Not to Get Killed by the Police: Herding Instincts”

  1. If you run you should be killed.

    Running implies guilt.

  2. I suspect that standing there and daring them to shoot you -and if that doesn’t work attempting to grab their sidearm- isn’t a great career choice either.

    Don’t know if a lot of cops are like so many soldiers I’ve seen. The best place to be when lead is flying is about 50 in front of them. If you stand real still, you’ll never take a bullet.

  3. Meh, depends on the cop. You wouldn’t want to try that strategy with me on the trigger, but there are certainly those officers that don’t quite take training seriously.

  4. Scott Covert Says:

    There should be a mannequin at the police station that has a moveable dot that can be changed once a week.

    Whomever shoots a fleeing perp within say 2″ of that location on the perp’s body get’s free doughnuts for a month.

    Encourage coolness under pressure and skill with the sidearm. Difficulty for police snipers, the perp must be running at least 50 yards away.

  5. […] a criminal after you do something insigificant, like robbing a Burger King, we already know you shouldn’t run. Nor should you barricade yourself in a room, or […]

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