Saudi interrogation DIY

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Never watched *The Sopranos* until well over a decade after the series ended. Some kind of bonesaw -- either electric or a manual one like this -- was doubtless a vital instrument in some of those episodes where a corpse had to be rendered compact for transportation and disposal in small bags. Can't remember if that hapless butcher character in the 2nd season of *Fargo* used such for the gangster body his wife stuck him with or he relied largely on a cleaver.

EDIT: postscript

Quote:In the seven-minute tape, Tubaigy can reportedly be heard leading the brutal dismembering of Khashoggi's body. (Seven Minutes)

I guess when no tools at all are readily available, there's that truly DIY method exhibited in an episode of the *The Americans*. Again, pertaining to when there's a need of compact space required for transportation.

Baggage (episode title)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baggage_(T...cans)#Plot

Last Night’s ‘The Americans’ Contained One Of The Most Brutal, Hard-To-Watch Scenes In TV History
https://uproxx.com/tv/last-nights-the-am...v-history/

Given my unbridled tendency to categorically conflate medical equipment with butchering equipment, here's a feeble gesture at providing differentiation.

butchery tools
https://www.restaurantbusinessonline.com...s-butchery

surgical types
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone_cutter

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It's easy.

Cut off somebody's fingers one by one until they talk. Then cut off their head so they won't talk. Then cut their body into pieces for easy disposal.
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