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Book by Cramer, Lenox

Book by Cramer, Lenox

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  • PDF | 209 pages
  • Alpha Pubns; First Editiion edition (February 1, 1991)
  • English
  • 3
  • Health, Fitness & Dieting

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  • By Frank Bileth on February 15, 2014

    I purchased the books only to read them for the information. Lennox Cramer is now serving a 99 year sentence in Department of Corrections in Florida. He wrote the books while in Kentucky, while serving time for a murder there also.Cramer's other book about Viet Nam, he states was a true story of his experience while in Viet Nam. He was never there, if he would have been there when he said he was he would have been 13 years old. While well written, he was not there.

  • By Timothy Allen Clyne on April 14, 2013

    3 STARS FOR LAUGHSI just read the about the author first few pages of War With Empty Hands: Self-Defense Against Aggression in my previous assessment I had read this book prior to service. The about the author doesn't pass muster. It contains incorrect information regarding units that immediately discredit everything following in the about the author. To add further insult he lists attending an unnecessary and redundant course following "graduated the Special Warfare Center"- the time restraints are prohibitive , however this was during Vietnam, so possible.Am I saying that he lied?No.It doesn't pass muster. Any number of reasons this about the author would lead a person with personal knowledge to know it is not right, but the author didn't write it. There are more red flags to be seen prior to it though. However, his story very well may be true. I'll see later what my impression is with the entire contents. I am sorely displeased if his claims are...I personally knew and admired a 173rd Vietnam Veteran (2 tours, Charlie Company), still do(admire), he currently is CEO of a company and a very wealthy man( SCARS.COM ). With relevance to SCARS it is sometimes necessary/still respectable to lie to sell a product.I jumped around and skimmed through sections of War With Empty Hands: Self-Defense Against AggressionSkip this book, unless you are a knowledgeable student of relevant subject matter and want a few good laughs.The author includes the MYTH of nose fracture which results in death by sending bone fragment into the brain. This is physiologically impossible. The injury can result in death but not due to bone fragment entering the brain. A severe cerebral internal hemorrhage can result from injury to this area.The book does contain some great information but it is so overwhelmed, surrounded and hidden within BAD information that I cannot, in good conscience, recommend this book to ANYONE.On the other hand, BUY http://www.amazon.com/The-Only-Thing-Worth-Dying/dp/0061661236/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1365949898&sr=8-1&keywords=The+Only+Thing+Worth+Dying+For . OUTSTANDING BOOK

  • By Master Hahn on April 9, 2013

    This book is NOT based on the author's experiences as a Green Beret in Vietnam nor as his extreme "expertise" as some kind of martial arts "guru". THIS was ALL simply made up crap based on nothing more than book research that was dine.The author is a hoax (read the book "Stolen Valor"). He was in the Army - as a clerk typist. Never served in ANY type of special operations unit. Never served in Vietnam (was born in 1954, at age (for him) 18 it would have been 1972 - most ground combat units were out of Vietnam and SOG was shut down). He served stateside during his whole time in the military.He never was involved to any real extent - if ANY at all - with ANY type of Martial Arts or Ninja "warrior" program.Google the author's name and the word "Fraud" and note what you come up with.The guy is a multiple convicted murderer. One incident involved his conviction for raking and murdering a hitchhiker. After a few months of freedom, he was back in trouble again for two murder related charges, convicted and back in prison (where he still is today, thankfully).While in prison(s), he took college courses on "Creative Writing".His books are so "graphic" as he is a bona fide homicidal psychotic whose portrayal of elite Vietnam veterans makes them into seemingly monstrous hideous barbarians with no sense of Honor, Duty, Ethics and Integrity and dies an extreme disservice to all of those true gallant Veterans.This information obviously applies to ALL his books!One example from Google:[...]Florida State Prison mugshot as current today (4/2013):mugshotsDOTcom/US-Counties/Florida/Miami-Dade-County-FL/Lennox-Cramer/details/His earliest parole date is 2017. Hopefully he is either denied parole a few times OR was still on parole (at the time of these 2 murders) from his rape/murder of the hitchhiker and has to go back and serve the remainder of that term (as he did not serve its full sentence)!

  • By Guest on January 29, 2013

    The beginning of the book talked about philosophy, which had some interesting parts but was mostly boring. The physical training portion of the book was weak. The routines were not organized and didn't seem like there was a system. It looked like they were thrown together without any thought.As for the techniques, they looked simple and straight forward enough, but some of them looked unrealistic. And there weren't enough illustrations either. The written descriptions of footwork, stances, and combinations were sometimes unclear and would have been helpful if more pics were shown.War with Empty Hands is a self-defense book, but I don't recommend it. Since the author writes about his military experiences and uses people wearing military fatigues in some of the pictures, I wasn't sure if the author was trying to teach military combatives or just basic self-defense utilizing Karate. Either way, I have read better books on both subjects.


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