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    Default Do Not Open This Thread With Kids Around - Graphic Knife Wounds

    Ok,

    I got these from a contact who sees this stuff regularly. It is for those who do not respect the knife.

    These wounds were apparently not inflicted by a trained guy (notice no targeting of vitals), but look at the damage.

    Two lessons. One - look at the damage a blade can do. Two - look at the damage a human body can take and still operate.
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    Is there a back story to this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe Suarez
    Ok,

    I got these from a contact who sees this stuff regularly. It is for those who do not respect the knife.

    These wounds were apparently not inflicted by a trained guy (notice no targeting of vitals), but look at the damage.

    Two lessons. One - look at the damage a blade can do. Two - look at the damage a human body can take and still operate.
    Hell yeah, thats some crazy stuff, I've seen a lot of photos of knife related injuries.
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    makes ya think about what you are prepared to do when it comes to the real deal. . . . . .

    Amazing that a person can live thru that, then again no vitals hit=no kill. . .. .well in most cases.

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    Makes me think I should start eating more cookies dipped in mayonnaise. Fat saves lives!

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    Very little bleeding. I wonder if the paramedics used 'Kwik-Klot' on those wounds?

    A little peroxide, a few staples, a glass of grappa ...... good to go.
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    Damn...I'd hate to see what a serious student of the art could do to someone.

    Keep 'em coming. If there's something to be learned from it, please give us more.

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    You guys should come hang out with me in the Emerg Dept sometime....:)

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    Im sure my ignorance on this subject will shine brightly here.

    Any idea if those cuts were done through clothing or not? Is this typical wounding, looks like the knife was really sharp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silk
    Im sure my ignorance on this subject will shine brightly here.

    Any idea if those cuts were done through clothing or not? Is this typical wounding, looks like the knife was really sharp.
    Yes, it looks like the knife was fairly sharp, and aggressively wielded. No hesitation marks or shallow cuts. No way to tell about clothing, based on these wounds.

    These wounds are typically seen in most big city hospitals late at night, after the "dudes" are well liquored or drugged. Tempers flare, and knives come out. That is why some Emerg Dept are known as "knife and gun clubs". ;)

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