How do black people slaughter chickens?

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To the left-and-right, taking their time. They like for the slaughter to be gradual; as the blood flows, the chicken slowly falls into an eternal slumber...

Also, they don't appear to decapitate their heads as often as the white slaughterers do. 

 

Try this link - "Killing chicken in Cameroon... (village life)" if the video doesn't show. --> http://youtu.be/ySbvJ3vVk_Q

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