Body Language – Texas Church Shooting, Have A Plan

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Cat
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That was so hard to watch.
It looks like they might have done a few practice drills because most dropped down quickly.

Thanks for this one.

John Rogers
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It is hard to analyze this without being distracted to my blood boiling at this coward.

chrisvirgo26
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that man saved everyone in that church, considering how a lot of people had no plan

Kd7ign
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Good information. I froze when my little daughter choked on food. Thankfully her Dad didn’t. I told my self over and over I would NOT freeze until after the danger was over. I’m actually known at work for my calm in situations. Little do they know, later I’m a mess. So if we tell ourselves, I won’t go with an abductor, I won’t freeze in place…instead I will do _____, I believe it helps. Police practice this constantly. The Church of Christ is my church. I don’t know this congregation, but it kind of felt like I did.

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Wow! That was an amazing analysis of so much going on. Had to watch it a couple of times to take it all in. One point of disagreement, though. The way I saw it, the guy in the white shirt and blue vest was not at all oblivious to anything. As soon as he saw the gunman, he focused in on the scene. He even turned to look at the man who took the gunman down as soon as the fatal shot was fired. When he saw the good guys with guns move in on the gunman, it seemed to me that he was ready to get up and respond with assistance. Actually, he acted just like my late husband would have. People often got the impression he was oblivious, when the truth was he didn’t miss a thing.

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I was hoping that you would do this one, Mandy. If I was still working and training people in crisis intervention, I would use this video to teach situational awareness and the principle of “always have a plan”, even though it is hard to watch. Hopefully the quick action and massive firepower displayed by these parishioners will deter future crazies from church shootings in Texas-great law change!

madvinmryk
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Why can I not get this video? I am gold…

Cindy Lou
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The daughter also ignores her own safety when the shot heads toward her father. Her head instinctively pops up to see her dad. I was really struck by that! I think she might be the reason Jack Wilson didn’t shoot right away.

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