Recently, I was reading an article in the Washington Post about an alleged CIA abduction of an Egyptian cleric. Here’s a brief part of the article…
"A small car purred alongside him. Then a big white van… Moments later, two men burst out of the van. Omar, a hefty man, then about 40, was forced into the back. His mouth was taped shut. His feet and hands were bound."
According to the rest of the article, things didn’t turn out very well for Omar.
And I’d be willing to bet, if the average American suddenly had their hands and feet bound, things probably wouldn’t turn out very well for them either.
Now maybe you think this will never happen to you. And odds are, you’re right.
But did you know there are kidnappings every day in major cities across the U.S. In fact, last year, Phoenix, Arizona averaged more than a kidnapping a day.
And of course, often, people get tied up during home invasions.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 1 out of every 5 homes will be the victim of a break-in or home invasion.
And get this: 38% of violent assaults and 60% of rapes occur during a home invasion.
The fact is, you’re truly rolling the dice if you don’t know how to properly protect yourself in today’s world.
The good news is, after Spy Escape & Evasion you’ll be far from an average American because I’m going to show you how to quickly escape from multiple types of restraints… without having to use a knife, razor, or any sharp objects at all.
For instance, I’m going to show you the two ways of defeating duct tape in 5 seconds or less.
So, heaven forbid, a home intruder ever restrains you with duct tape while they ransack your house, you’ll be able to quickly escape and flee to safety.
In fact, look what one woman said after getting this training…