On The Best Defense: Restaurant Attack

TBD5-3In this episode of The Best Defense, we are going to take you to a place where violence is like a summer thunder storm. It comes up fast and is incredibly scary and random. Sometimes you have no choice but to fight.

The Best Defense #55 (Episode 3 – Season 5)

First aired on 01-16-13

Air times on Outdoor Channel: 04-17-13 at 6:00PM | 04-17-13 at 11:30PM | 04-18-13 at 3:30AM | 04-19-13 at 10:00PM, all times Eastern.

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2 Responses to On The Best Defense: Restaurant Attack

  1. Greg O'Hara

    January 14, 2013 at 11:22 am

    In a recent episode where a neighborhood watch member confronts a suspicious person, part of the scenario dealt with giving a description of the suspect to 911 operator. I thought you guys were going to talk about giving an accurate description when you went a different direction. Why I’m writing you is that both the watch member and suspect were “dressed similarly” and that is what you should have focused on since they both had hats, one had a beard same color shirt and one with short sleeves. The 911 operator needed to know how the watch member was dressed to isolate him from the suspect because the police would have drawn down on the watch member due to his description fitted him more than it did the suspect. I know this because I’m a 15 year LEO with two states as a deputy sheriff, and am a current federal LEO and have trained at 2 different academy’s including FLETC. The suspect could have been described different enough to avoid the police responding drawing down on the watch member and that’s what I thought you were going for. There is a standard format for being consistent in describing a suspect to police and it’s the FBI method and I can provide if you don’t know it. Otherwise, I enjoy the show and don’t miss an episode an even have to pay extra to have Outdoor TV on my Uverse. Keep up the good work.
    Greg

  2. Norm Davis

    January 17, 2013 at 10:44 am

    The restaurant Attack. According to what I just read about where you CANNOT carry they said you cannot carry in any establishment that sells alcohol. Were your actors breaking the law by carrying or not??
    Norm

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