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Intelligence Insider Analyzes Ziering Criticism After Hollywood Clash

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Former “Beverly Hills 90210” star Ian Ziering was involved in a physical altercation with a group of individuals riding mini bikes in Hollywood.

A former CIA officer, Jason Hanson, praised Ziering for attempting to move away from the danger, emphasizing the importance of movement in such situations.

However, he also stressed the value of staying inside a vehicle to avoid confrontations, highlighting the risks of letting ego dictate actions. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Ziering, in an Instagram post, called for increased law enforcement responses to such behavior, citing a larger issue of hooliganism on the streets.

Ziering said, “I experienced an alarming incident involving a group of individuals on mini bikes.”

“While stuck in traffic, my car was approached aggressively by one of these riders leading to an unsettling confrontation. In an attempt to assess any damage I exited my car. This action, unfortunately, escalated into a physical altercation, which I navigated to protect myself,” he continued.

Jason Hanson emphasized the need for his trainings, given the current societal violence and lack of consequences for wrongdoing.

Hanson said, “He gets out of the car, the guy scratches his car or hits it or whatever, you know, happens, and they start punching him, right?”

“He’s outmanned, I think it was 3-to-1. So, you could tell he had no real fighting experience. However, what he did right was – one of the things I always tell people when I train them, is remember the words, ‘movement saves lives,’” continued Hanson.

“So it doesn’t matter if I’m teaching an evasive driving class, it doesn’t matter if I’m teaching a self-defense class, is if you just stand there, you’re going to get pummeled to death,” Hanson explained.

“If you just sit there in the car, you’re going to get carjacked. So you’ve got to move out of that danger zone. So the fact that you saw him pushing his way out, he was running across the street. He was trying to run away from those guys. That was the thing he did good is he didn’t stand there and just let three, you know, people who are probably half his age, try and just punch the heck out of them. So he did a good job of moving and getting off the X,” said the former operative.

“One of the hardest things is and again, it’s it’s hard for me to because I, I’m very well-trained, I’m very confident in my abilities,” said Hanson.

“But if somebody flips me the bird, I just let it go. I swallow my pride. It’s not worth getting in a road rage incident kind of thing. So if somebody you know is in front of your car or marks your car or whatever, you are in a vehicle which is several thousand pounds, you can go forwards, backwards, left or right, like you’re in a safe spot. As soon as you get out, that’s when the bad things happen,” he continued.

“This situation highlights a larger issue of hooliganism on our streets and the need for effective law enforcement responses to such behavior,” explained Hanson.

“As a citizen and a parent, I find it unacceptable that groups can freely engage in this kind of behavior, causing fear and chaos, while the response from authorities seems insufficient,” he concluded.

Crime concerns in California were also mentioned, with polling indicating widespread worry about crime in the state.

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