- Anyone who attacks you deserves no consideration. Criminals are savages and act like animals so be prepared for it. You must survive.
- Do not overreact to an attack; however, it is justifiable to value your life over the life of the attacker.
- The social background of the attacker, his or her motivations for the crime, or the injuries he or she may incur are things you may consider at some future date, not during an attack. Your concern is to stay alive, let the attacker worry about his or her life. The world is full of decent people; we do not need criminals.
- Do not continue to attack after the attacker is incapable of further action, but make sure you stop the attacker. You may not take revenge on the attacker, but you may take whatever action is reasonably necessary to stop the attack.
- Strike Hard
Some "experts" say not to resist an attacker. Seven Chicago nurses did not resist the frail Richard Speck in the 1960's that only had a knife when he tied each one of them up, they trusted him not to harm them. They are all dead. It is your social duty to resist and to resist to utmost of your ability. The first man to resist Starkweather in Texas, after his spree of eleven murders, overcame him easily and without injury. If that man had been the first one accosted, eleven people would be alive today.
If deadly force is justified, then killing is usually justified. Do not worry about the criminal’s feelings; it is your duty to protect life.
Do not get fancy. Go for power strikes to undefended areas.