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Multiple Attacker Indicators
- Positioning relative to each other. When one person in the group moves, the others will rearrange accordingly.
- Glance at each other often. They are silently communicating with each other, waiting for the attack signal.
- Saying something that does not make sense. Attacker may say something to confuse you momentarily . In that moment of trying to figure out what was said or what was meant, the group attacks.
- Unusual body language. Attacker may engage you in conversation then wipe his or her hair back, remove hat or tug on ear as a signal for others to attack.
- Secondary subject distraction. One person may get you to look at another member of the group so he or she may strike you.