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    I saw that....almost posted it in the Sikh thread
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    "Wing Chun is a bell that appears when rung.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneChing View Post
    Check this one out.
    Seriously, how many lives have been taken in the name of honor over the centuries?? Is it really worth cutting your own daughter's head off? Barbaric...he'll probably walk home too with a strong reprimand not to do it to his other daughters.
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    5 years

    For the record, over the fireplace is a terrible place to hang a sword. Here's info on where to hang swords (note: this article doesn't apply directly to samurai swords as they do have some culturally-specific conventions).
    27 September 2012 Last updated at 11:51 ET
    John Clark jailed for Robert Bell samurai sword attack

    A man has been jailed for five years over a samurai sword attack which severed another man's jugular vein.

    John Clark, 22, struck Robert Bell, 38, with the sword during a party in Paisley, Renfrewshire, in July 2011.

    The High Court in Edinburgh heard that Mr Bell was wounded four more times and only survived after emergency surgery.

    Clark admitted a charge of assault to the danger of life. Co-accused Grant Hainey admitted assault and charges of breaching bail. Sentence was deferred.

    Both men had faced charges of attempted murder but had guilty pleas to the lesser charges accepted by the Crown.
    Drugs ****tail

    Hainey also pleaded guilty to three charges of breaching court bail between December 2010 and July 2011.

    At a previous hearing, the High Court in Glasgow heard how Clark had taken a ****tail of methadone and Temazepan, washed down with cider, Buckfast and vodka, before going to the party in Paisley.

    After Mr Bell asked one of the guests to leave, Clark picked up the sword which was hanging over a fireplace and repeatedly struck him with it.

    Hainey, who was drunk and had fallen asleep on the floor, was said to be unaware of the violence until he felt a blow to his back and realised he had been stabbed.

    During the ensuing violence, Hainey punched and kicked Mr Clark who later suffered "uncontrollable and substantial blood loss" after the sword attack.

    Judge Lord Mackay deferred sentence on Hainey for reports, saying the court recognised that he played a minor role in the attack on Mr Bell.

    The judge told Clark that he had no other option but to send him to jail.
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    samurai sword vs. armed cop

    Rather predictable outcome here...

    Man who nearly severed Auraria cop's finger with samurai sword identified
    Posted: 11/13/2012 10:33:03 AM MST
    Updated: 11/13/2012 12:10:47 PM MST
    By Kieran Nicholson
    The Denver Post

    Police investigate the scene of an officer-involved shooting involving a sword-wielding man on the Auraria Campus in Denver, Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012. (Kirk Mitchell, The Denver Post)

    A man who was fatally shot by an Auraria Campus police officer, after allegedly attacking the cop with a samurai-style sword near the Tivoli Student Center, has been identified.

    Jeffrey Albert Musick, 38, died of multiple gunshot wounds, according to the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner.

    Musick was taken to a local hospital on Saturday after being shot near Ninth and Walnut streets on the Auraria Campus. He was pronounced dead at the hospital, the coroner's office said.

    The officer confronted Musick, who was wielding a sword in a crosswalk near the Tivoli building, Denver police said.

    According to police reports, Musick swung his sword at the police officer, nearly lopping off one of the cop's fingers and the officer opened fire. The officer, who still has not been identified, was released from a local hospital on Sunday.

    Musick has an arrest record in the state, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, including a 1999 unlawful carry concealed weapon charge in which he pleaded guilty. In the 1999 case, out of Littleton, Musick was carrying nunchaku, another traditional Asian fighting weapon.

    In 2011, Musick was convicted of obstruction of a peace officer in Lakewood and he was sentenced to 59 days in jail. Also in 2011, Musick was arrested in on suspicion of felony assault and menacing with a deadly weapon. The disposition of the 2011 assault case was not readily available.

    Kieran Nicholson: 303-954-1822, knicholson@denverpost.com or twitter.com/kierannicholson
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    Hahahahaha....from a Bruce Lee wannabe to a samurai wannabe
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    samurai & ninja

    A samurai sword and a ninja sword.
    Three arrested after samurai sword, gun used during fight
    9:04 AM, Dec 4, 2012 |

    OSHKOSH — Three men were arrested early Sunday morning after a samurai sword and handgun were used during a fight on the city's north side.

    Oshkosh Police responded to a report of a fight at a party in the 800 block of Central Street about 11:35 p.m. Saturday. When officers arrived, they encountered a couple leaving the residence that said that one person had a sword held to their neck while another person pulled a gun, said Joe Nichols, spokesman for the police department.

    An investigation determined that two Oshkosh men, ages 21 and 22, got into a fight in the driveway of the residence. During the fight, the 21-year-old went inside the residence, got a samurai sword, came back outside and put the sword to the 22-year-old man's neck. The fight then moved inside the residence, where a 20-year-old appeared, pulled a small handgun and pointed it at other people who were at the party. At some point, the 22-year-old got the gun and was also pointing it at people, Nichols said.

    Police set up a perimeter and after a two-and-a-half hour standoff, the three men were arrested and taken into custody for disorderly conduct and endangering safety by the use of a dangerous weapon. All three men were taken to the Winnebago County Jail, Nichols said.

    Police were able to recover the handgun and the sword.

    No one was injured.
    Reading Man Accused of Stabbing Roommate With Ninja Sword
    Updated: 12/03 1:15 pm
    Police are holding a 26 year old man in custody, after he allegedly slashed his roommate with a six foot Ninja sword. The victim was severely injured.

    Officers say he slashed his roommate, a 36 year old man, in the upper torso with a six foot long Ninja-style sword after an argument at their Illinois Avenue home. Court documents indicate Johnson attacked his roommate as he was walking away after the fight.

    Police were called to the home around 3 a.m. Monday. They found the victim suffering life-threatening wounds. He was taken to University Hospital for surgery. He is now in stable condition.
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    Nekkid in San Jose? Oh man, I went to college there.

    So this nekkid guy has an assault rifle and a samurai sword and which weapon makes the headline?
    SJPD End Naked Man With Samurai Sword Stand-Off
    A naked man with a Samurai sword brought out a large police force New Year's morning
    By Lori Preuitt
    | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 | Updated 2:47 PM PST

    Police, hostage negotiators and SWAT members were on the scene of an armed naked man demanding police kill him Tuesday morning.

    New Year's Day started with a bizarre stand-off for San Jose police.

    They were called to Ezie Street and Cas Drive in San Jose after several people called 911 to report a man standing in front of a home with an assault rifle just after 8 a.m.

    As police rushed to the scene, witnesses said the man got in a car and drove to Southwest Expressway and Bascom Avenue. That's where police pulled him over.

    Police said the suspect immediately got out of his car and started yelling, “You're going to have to kill me.”

    He was naked and holding a large “Samurai”-type sword, according to police.

    One witness told NBC Bay Area that the man was pacing back and forth waving the sword at times.

    San Jose Police Department “Crisis Intervention Team” members were called to the scene and a stand-off began.

    Just before 11 a.m., the man was arrested without incident. Police took Coco Bennett, 29, into custody. Police said Bennett, who was still carrying the sword, bolted toward a fence and tried to scale it, fell down, and dropped the weapon. That's when officers moved in.

    Because police were able to secure the assault rifle as well as the man's vehicle in the early minutes of the stand-off, the threat to the greater public at large was minimized during the stand off.

    It was not immediately clear what motivated the man.

    Police said he would be evaluated by doctors.

    Police showed the weapons to reporters following the arrest (see right).

    Police recovered an AR-15-type assault rifle, with a magazine and live ammunition, from Bennett's car during the standoff which happened at the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light rail station
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    Here's another

    Again, it's the samurai sword that makes headlines. Never mind the gas masks...
    Man arrested after attacking woman with samurai sword
    25-year-old suspect also had a bag containing a crossbow, numerous hunting knives, gas masks and more swords
    James Meikle
    guardian.co.uk, Monday 24 December 2012 12.44 EST


    Holloway attack weapons

    As well as the samurai sword, the suspect was carrying a bag containing a crossbow, gas masks and several hunting knives. Photograph: Metropolitan police

    An unarmed police officer confronted a man wielding a samurai sword who launched an unprovoked attack on a young Italian woman on a north London street, Scotland Yard said on Monday.

    The sergeant, based in Islington, went to the scene of the assault in Holloway Road to find the woman bleeding heavily on the ground and a 25-year-old man brandishing the sword.

    Scotland Yard said the attacker, who was challenged to put down the weapon, made several attempts to injure the officer while chasing him, according to the Metropolitan police's account of the incident, which occurred after midnight on Sunday.

    The officer then turned, placing himself inside the samurai sword's arc, and forced him to the ground before arresting him. The man is now in custody. A large bag containing a crossbow, more samurai-type swords and numerous hunting knives and gas masks was seized from the suspect.

    The 22-year-old woman suffered a number of wounds to the legs, arms and face and was in a serious but not life-threatening condition in hospital, said police. Officers met the woman's parents when they arrived in the UK from Italy and rushed them to the hospital to be with their daughter.

    Detective Superintendent Steve Wallace said: "This was a vicious unprovoked stranger attack on a defenceless woman and if it had not been for the officer's bravery and quick thinking the woman and other members of the public could have been killed.

    "It takes a very brave officer to tackle a man who you know wants to inflict serious injuries to you with a samurai sword.

    "Courage such as this is above and beyond the call of duty and I can't commend the officer highly enough", said Wallace. "The fact that the officer was unarmed and alone when he tackled the man only underlines his bravery.

    "He recognised the threat posed by this man and, in a conscious act, positioned himself between the suspect and the public to prevent anyone else being seriously injured."

    Wallace said: "Thankfully, this type of incident is rare in London but the public should be reassured that our officers are willing to put themselves in danger to protect the public."
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    a three-fer

    Even in Singapore, it's samurai swords over Chinese ones.
    Two charged after slashing man with samurai sword
    By Claire Huang | Posted: 09 January 2013 1341 hrs

    SINGAPORE: Two men have been charged with grievously hurting a 48-year-old man with a samurai sword and a fruit knife.

    New Say Heng and Oi Boon San, both aged 42, are accused of hurting Mr Teo Chye Lye, who was injured on the back, head and leg.

    They allegedly committed the offence at about 1am on January 4, 2013 in Lorong 17, Geylang.

    If convicted, each of the accused faces the maximum penalty of life imprisonment, fine and caning.
    Student accused of bringing sword onto school property
    Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013

    AIKEN, S.C. (WRDW) -- A student is in trouble after he allegedly brought a sword to South Aiken High School.

    Assistant Principal Jason Holt says the student was sitting in his truck in the parking lot with his music turned up loud. When Holt approached the truck, he saw a sword with a 9-inch blade and confiscated it.

    The same student had been warned before winter break by the principal not to bring weapons onto school property after shotgun shells were found in his truck.

    Holt also found a Mountain Dew bottle inside the truck that smelled like liquor. Another student claimed the bottle was his. The bottle was also confiscated.

    Charges in the case are pending.
    Hold the phone - a 9-inch blade? That's not a sword. This is a sword.

    Below: Samurai sword+mop vs. taser+K9
    Man chased neighbor with samurai sword, police say
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    Published: Sunday, January 6, 2013 at 5:11 p.m.
    Last Modified: Sunday, January 6, 2013 at 5:11 p.m.

    An argument between neighbors escalated Saturday night when one of the men chased the other with a samurai sword, according to a police report.

    Gainesville police managed to subdue the man but not before he charged police officers with a mop, struck a K9 dog with the tool, and was hit with tasers multiple times.

    GPD gave this account: Robert Chesser, 47, of Gainesville was arguing with another man around 10 p.m. when he went into his home in the 600 block of SW 11th Place and came out with a three-foot-long sword. He pulled it from its sheath and started swinging it, chasing the man into his home.

    When police arrived, Chesser ignored orders to stop and went into his home where, his wife told police, he had numerous swords and other weapons.

    Police went in and Chesser charged at them with a commercial-style mop, striking a police dog in the head with the handle.

    Chesser slammed officers into the kitchen walls as he was being handcuffed and was tased two times by multiple officers.

    Chesser tried to break of the police car on the way to the Alachua County jail, where he was being held on charges of aggravated assault, two counts of assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest with and without violence, and striking a police animal.
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    not quite so bad

    Imagine being besties with Taylor enough that you could just go into her dressing room and wave your sword about.

    There's a vid if you follow the link.

    Taylor Swift Recalls the Time Ed Sheeran’s Sword Obsession Nearly Killed Her
    By Megan Pacella July 13, 2013 10:00 AM

    Since they’ve been hanging out together on The 2013 Red Tour, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran have become besties. But, unfortunately, sometimes their definition of “fun” doesn’t exactly line up. For example, Sheeran loves to dangerously wave around a medieval sword, and Swift likes to, you know, keep her head and limbs intact.

    In an interview with MTV, Swift chatted about her experiences with Sheeran’s sword. Are you as confused as we are? Allow us to explain.

    “He got this sword… he went to New Zealand and got this sword,” she said. “The actual [director] Peter Jackson gave him a sword from a ‘Lord of the Rings’ movie. And he was obsessed with it to the point where like he would come into by dressing room waving it and then just leave,” she explained.

    But after a few more questions, Swift never actually got to the story about how Sheeran’s sword nearly injured her. It sounds like the ‘Red’ hitmaker was actually being a little bit dramatic –not that that’s ever happened before!

    “Or he’d just get it out on the plane and everybody is like, ‘We don’t know if that’s OK on a plane,’” she continued. “It’s a weapon, but it’s a medieval weapon [so] we don’t know, I don’t know,” she continued. “But he’s obsessed with stuff like that. He’s obsessed with Legos. He’s obsessed with swords, like axes, stuff like that. It was on the table [on the trip to Nashville] and it started to slide.”

    Although the sword started to slide, it never actually touched Swift or her crew. So everyone is safe and sound, like her song of the same name. And, somehow, Sheeran’s medieval Lord of the Rings sword replica hasn’t been confiscated yet.

    “I think [Taylor] and her crew were weirded out by it anyway,” Sheeran told MTV in a discussion about the sword. “They were just like, ‘Why does Ed have a sword?’ ”

    Our sentiments exactly!

    Sheeran has been opening for Swift on her Red tour, which has been taking the U.S. by storm. The domestic leg of the tour will wrap on Sept. 21, and Swift will head to Australia and New Zealand for November and December.
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    a two-fer because I've not been monitoring this newsfeed lately

    This first one reminds me of my July/August 2013 cover story: The Cane Sword of Kung Fu
    It happened again: Sword found inside cane at Dulles
    11:54 AM, Aug 12, 2013

    (Photo courtesy of TSA)

    DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (WUSA9) -- In March, we told you about TSA officers finding a sword inside a walking cane while it passed through a check point x-ray machine at Washington Dulles International Airport. TSA officials say officers have found ANOTHER sword inside a cane.

    Officials say last Thursday, a Veracruz, Mexico, resident was stopped when TSA found a sword concealed inside of his cane. The man, who was supposed to fly to Mexico City, told officers he bought the cane at a flea market and didn't know the sword was concealed inside. TSA kept the cane/sword and the man was allowed to catch his flight, say officials.

    You may remember in the March cane/sword case that the woman who came through the checkpoint with her cane claimed she bought the cane at an antique store and didn't realize that the cane had a sword inside of it.

    TSA officials say finding a sword-cane, and people having them without realizing it, is not uncommon. TSA officials recommend that people with canes try to screw off the handle before bringing it to the airport. Doing so, could prevent you from being cited, fined or arrested in some jurisdictions.

    On a related note, a Frederick County, Md. man was also stopped at Dulles International Airport on Thursday when an officer on checkpoint x-ray machine duty spotted a gun in his carry-on bag, say TSA officials. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police confiscated the 9 mm Smith & Wesson firearm and magazine with six rounds in it, according to officials. The man was cited on a state weapons charge, say officials. He was then allowed to catch his flight to Denver.
    "He loves her. They just don’t get along."
    Florida dad stabbed daughter with sword in family feud, cops say
    Juan Javier Lovine and his 74-year-old mother, Isabel Rego, were both arrested. Lovine's daughter was visiting the St. Cloud, Fla., home from West Virginia when the fight began. Police say she punched her father in self-defense before the stabbing. Her grandmother was charged with interfering with police.
    By Doyle Murphy / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
    Monday, August 12, 2013, 1:07 PM


    Juan Javier Lovine, 44, allegedly stabbed his daughter with a sword during a family fight, and his mother, 74-year-old Isabel Rego, was charged with interfering with the responding police officers.

    A Florida father stabbed his daughter with a sword when a family reunion turned ugly, police said.

    Cops responded on Friday to the home in St. Cloud, Fla., and discovered 44-year-old Juan Javier Lovine bleeding from the head, his daughter wounded by the sword and one upset grandmother, whom they would eventually arrest.

    The daughter, who lives in West Virginia, had brought her 4-year-old son to Florida for a family visit at the house grandmother Isabel Rego shares with Lovine, her son.

    The trouble between Lovine and his daughter began Friday night.

    “They just don’t get along,” Rego told the Orlando Sentinel.

    Arguing turned to pushing, and Lovine shoved the young woman against a wall, police Sgt. Denise Roberts told the paper. Lovine’s daughter punched him in the eye, drawing blood.

    That’s when Lovine pulled out a 5-foot-long sword and stabbed his daughter in the right forearm and chest, Roberts said.

    Rego, 74, was charged with interfering with a law enforcement officer without violence after putting herself in the midst of a confrontation and trying to hit one of the cops, Roberts said.

    Rego claimed the police overreacted. She said she was only trying to give her son a kiss before he was hauled away. She also claims Lovine only “poked” his daughter with the sword, a collector’s item he bought at Medieval Times.

    “He didn’t mean to,” Rego told the paper. “The police put in there that he tried to kill her. That is not true. He loves her. They just don’t get along.”

    Rego posted $500 bail and was released from Osceola County Jail.

    Lovine was treated at Orlando Regional Medical Center and then booked into jail too. His daughter was treated at the same hospital. Police said her injuries weren’t life-threatening.

    Rego said her 4-year-old great grandson slept through the whole fight, but she was still embarrassed.

    “Family should not do that no matter what,” she said. “When you don’t get along with somebody, just stay away from that person.”

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    sword vs. less-than-lethal shotgun

    You can guess who won.

    Sword-wielding man accused of trying to kill deputies
    By Times Staff Writer
    August 28, 2013, 7:00 p.m.

    A sword-wielding man has been arrested in Rancho Cucamonga on suspicion of attempting to murder sheriff's deputies, authorities said Wednesday.

    The incident occurred Tuesday afternoon when deputies went to a home in the 9400 block of Glenaire Court after a father called to report his son was under the influence of methamphetamine and having a bipolar episode, officials with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said in a statement.

    The man said his son, later identified as Montasir Ishag, 33, had a sword in his bedroom and earlier had left the house by jumping over the back fence because he feared for his life, officials said.

    He had returned by the time deputies arrived and when they entered the front door, Ishag charged them with the sword while yelling "Allah Akbar," according to the sheriff's statement.

    Deputies used a "less-than-lethal" shotgun to disarm and incapacitate Ishag, they said.

    He was taken to a hospital for treatment of moderate injuries and was later booked at the West Valley Detention Center.
    The 'Allah Akbar' makes me surmise that he wasn't using a samurai sword.
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    Nito school under the influence

    Santa Ana man arrested on suspicion of wielding samurai swords


    Hung Anh Nguyen, 29, remains in jail after he allegedly wielded two samurai swords in a busy shopping center while threatening bystanders, police say. (Santa Ana Police Department )
    By Angel Jennings

    September 8, 2013, 1:28 p.m.

    A Santa Ana man remained in jail Sunday after he allegedly wielded two samurai swords in a busy shopping center while threatening bystanders, police said.

    Hung Anh Nguyen, 29, was in the parking lot of Arsenio's Mexico Food at 751 S. Harbor Blvd. in Santa Ana about 11:15 p.m. Friday when he pulled out two swords and started screaming profanities, Cpl. Anthony Bertagna said. Police arrived and tried to calm him.

    Bertagna said Nguyen threatened officers and refused to follow the officers repeat commands to put the swords down.

    "Nguyen told officers several times that 'You will have to kill me first,'" Bertagna said.

    Several officers surrounded him, and shocked him with a stun gun. KTLA reported that the swords were 27 and 19 inches long.

    He was taken to a hospital for a psychological evaluation. He was later released and booked on suspicion of possession of illegal swords and assault with a deadly weapon. He also had an outstanding warrant for a narcotic warrant, police said.

    Police believe that Nguyen might have been under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
    Wait...suspicion of possession of illegal swords? I suspect he did possess those swords as he was waving them around at the shopping mall.
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    Thanks for keeping the thread alive...tried to post it during the crash
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