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How To Become An Assassin by The Propagation
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-The Propagation
"Knowledge is no longer power, Knowledge is survival" -The Propagation 1999 CONTENTS
Introduction
Psychology
Multiple ID's and personalities
Concealment
Hand to hand combat
Basic martial arts
Commando Fighting Techniques
Gun use
Special ammo
Basic weapons skills
Sentry removal
Attacking from ambush
Capture in passing
Lying methodology
Lie detector tests
The art of escaping
Explosives technics
Poisons
Communications
Inteligence gathering
Phone taps
Survival kits
Movement
Tracking
Advancing towards the enemy
Navigation
Reading the signs
Hot wiring
Slight of hand
Security systems
Lock picking
Hiding youself
Carding

Tips
Physical training regime
APPENDIX I: Chemical equivelency lists
APPENDIX II: Closing statement
APPENDIX III: Thanx and dedications
APPENDIX IV: Apoligies
APPENDIX V:About the author
APPENDIX VI:Further research
References
Disclaimer
INTRODUCTION
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