Good example of Proper Preparation, Surrounding the House and Notifying the Police while Recovering a Fugitive

I like this video because the bail agent’s surrounded the house first, had called the police and had a game plan ready to go before they approached the house. This is what I was previously talking about when I like to corner the fugitive’s and not give them room to run. This fugitve in the video had no chance. The only problem I would have with these bounty hunter’s is that none of them are anywhere close to being in shape. You can carry the shotguns all you want but if 3 guys would of walked out that door with the fugitive you would have to start shooting everyone (preferably with non-lethal rounds or a tazer) or they would of received an ass beating for sure.

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Another Bounty Hunter fight and a reason why you should try not to use mace

Ok, so one more clip from Dog the Bounty Hunter. This is a prime example of why I try to never use mace. I save that for Pitbulls or other vicious dogs. In my opinion if you spray the mace as in this video, you always end up with it in your eyes too. If your not used to it or sensitive to it, your going to be blinded. In this video Leland has it in his eyes and has 5 people beating on him. In this situation I would of tased the initial guy coming at me aggresively and quickly left the scene. Thank goodness Leland had a team with him. I do most of my bounty hunting alone or with one other person(cameraman mostly).

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A good bounty hunting fight

This is a clip from Dog the Bounty Hunter. This is a good example of the crap you will deal with sometimes. Just make sure you DO NOT initiate the first contact. Once someone lays their hands on you, it’s open season on their ass!! Also make sure you do not use excessive force such as a taser or gun. Those are thing’s I use as a LAST RESORT.

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Great Bounty Hunting video

I watched this video and it represents a pretty good image of what actual bounty hunting is like. The only critique I would have on these guys is they move in a little too quick. When I go hunting, I ALWAYS try to positively ID the fugitive first and wait to he goes somewhere  that he is cornered such as an apartment or gas station.  I never try to let them run.

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