Crimes and Courts

Escaping An Abduction

An instructor in Cape Coral teaches zip-tie, rope, and duct-tape escapes to young and old alike.

“You always go for the weaker side of the tape,” instructed Jack Harrah.

Harrah teaches abduction escapes in Cape Coral.

“The Spy Escape and Evasion was developed by Jason Hanson, a former CIA operative,” said Harrah.

Harrah is the instructor behind everything Hanson teaches. And in times like these when an eight year old Cape Coral girl was recently abducted from her school, it’s a reminder that learning how to escape can be an important lesson for all of us.

In the video above, Harrah teaches a young student duct-tape escapes and zip-tie escapes. And discusses why martial arts is his passion. For more information on Harrah’s classes, visit .

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