Chilling footage of an ex-Army Ranger who became a notorious police trainer, where he brags about having “great sex” after killing someone has resurfaced amid the ongoing examples of police brutality across the United States.

David Grossman is seen explaining to a room full of attendees in a graphic seven-minute video shared by the New Yorker back in 2017, how to be “a predator” when on the job.

Other clips that resurfaced on Twitter include him saying that “killing is just not that big of a deal” for what he calls “a mature warrior.”

He was actually paid by departments nationwide to train officers on what’s described as “the philosophy of killing.”

Grossman even gives grotesque details on the “perks” of having sex after killing someone.

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“Cop says, ‘knockdown drag-out fight, cuffed ‘em and stuffed ‘em,’” Grossman says. “Finally get home at the end of the shift and cop says, ‘gunfight, bad guys down, I’m alive.’ Finally get home at the end of the incident and they all say, ‘the best sex I’ve had in months.’

“Both partners are very invested in some very intense sex. There’s not a whole lot of perks that come with this job. If you find one, relax and enjoy it.”

Of course, there was widespread condemnation directed at Grossman for his alarming comments in these resurfaced clips.

Grossman retired in 1998 and began to tour his ‘Killology’ training sessions nationwide for almost two decades and for 300 days a year.

His warrior-based philosophy states that “the reactions of healthy people in killing circumstances (such as police and military in combat) and the factors that enable and restrain killing in these situations.”

According to Insider, Grossman’s courses used to be hosted by an Illinois-based company called Calibre Press but that he is no longer represented by them.

Clips from Grossman’s seminars tend to resurface following the unnecessary deaths of Black people in the United States at the hands of police officers. Grossman has never publicly responded to the criticism he has received.

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