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Basic Home Security

By Kotze, Jacobus

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Reproduction Date: 5/19/2013

Title: Basic Home Security  
Author: Kotze, Jacobus
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Crime prevention
Collections: Africa, Authors Community, Favorites from the National Library of China, Most Popular Books in China
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Publisher: JKLS Africa
Member Page: Koos Kotze


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This is a short article on the different ways to protect your house against armed robbers. Written for the South African market it may sound extreme to the rest of the world but gives valuable guidance which is applicable everywhere. Statistics show that every day armed robberies take place where the house owners are beaten up and or murdered in cold blood. The wife raped and the children abused. Torture is common and the successful prosecution rate less than 8% which means 92 out of every 100 armed house robberies are unsolved. This may save your family from much barbarity.

Overseas reader may find this difficult to believe but I assure you I have the evidence on file and am not exaggerating. I cannot adequately describe the brutality and barbaric behavior of these criminals nor can I explain why they act like that for I know next to nothing of phycology. All we need to know is that it is never a good idea to be overwhelmed for they will show no mercy and it is always better to prevent the attack which this article is about. I advise all my clients to attack them at the first opportunity for I believe the alternative is worse. I also advise to press the panic alarm when you can for the noise may frighten them off. Many experts disagree and advise total co-operation including not looking at them to survive even if raped and battered and psychologically damaged for life.


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