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Figure 14. Hands secured under knees of seated prisoner.
the belt buckle. Another method of preventing freedom of
movement is to secure the hands cf a seated prisoner under
his knees. (See fig. 14.)
(2) Four men can be held in one group with two pairs
of handcuffs by placing the chain of one pair of handcuffs
on the wrist of a man and fastening one cuff of the other
pair of handcuffs around both chain and wrist. The three
remaining men are then secured by one wrist in each of
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