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509Re: [Sun_Tzu] Re: Denial and Deception

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  • Wilm123
    Sep 17, 2011
      It was just an interesting quote I came across. I am interested in hearing some deception techniques members of this group use.

      For instance to slow the advance of enemy soldiers the defenders would through rocks at the enemy and periodically through a real hand grenade.  The enemy not knowing which was being thrown would duck and cover each time, or find themselves being the unfortunate recipient of a real one.

      I just saw a scene in a movie where the criminal wanted the shop keep to reveal where he hid his weapons before he attempted to rob the place. He entered the store appearing as if he had just left the hospital after a very bad beating and revealed his sob story to the shop keeper.  The shop keeper feeling confident the fellow wasn't a robber and in need of good advice on how to defend himself proceeded to show him his gun and how such a weapon could be used.  At which point the robber broke a bottle over the shop keepers head and stomped him to death.

      Both of these are demonstration of effective use of denial and deception... Your thoughts....


      From: kueikutzu <kueikutzu@...>
      To: Sun_Tzu@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, September 17, 2011 1:05 PM
      Subject: [Sun_Tzu] Re: Denial and Deception

      Inteeresting but I think you need to go further.


      --- In Sun_Tzu@yahoogroups.com, Wilm123 <wilm123@...> wrote:
      > “Denial and
      > deception are interrelated. Denial is the basis for a successful deception. One
      > cannot manipulate or blur the truth or lie convincingly unless the truth is
      > first concealed.”
      > John Yurechko, Defense Intelligence Agency, “DoD Briefing on Iraqi
      > Denial and Deception,” Tuesday, October 8, 2002, 12:58 p.m. EDT.

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