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Woven Paracord Bracelet Contains Hidden Handcuff Key



Kevin Mitnick, a computer security consultant and convicted hacker, worries that he might be kidnapped while traveling through more dangerous parts of Latin America. So he casually wears a bracelet of woven paracord. Hidden in the clasp is a key designed to open most handcuff designs.

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Seems to me... Aside from being stupid for announcing he wears it.... It is crazy dangerous for law enforcement! Seriously. If a motivated and dangerous criminal had this and it actually worked, that poor cop would be in danger. I know most people will think I'm overreacting but I'm married to a cop. It is dangerous enough out there.
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A more obvious explanation about why he's telling his life : he's gonna sell 15$ bracelets that open nothing to every geek that will go to south america.
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He could always try to AVOID travelling through the most dangerous parts of Latin America. Once you've removed the handcuffs you are still in a dangerous area AND you have angry people actively looking for you.
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Sharyn,

Fight until you can't fight anymore. And then fight some more. Just sitting there getting kidnapped in Latin America is a great way to get yourself, well... killed.
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