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PizDoff
1/11/2008 3:22pm,
Martial arts expert charged with fork stabbing

By Elizabeth Dinan
[email protected]
January 11, 2008 12:03 PM

PORTSMOUTH — A local martial arts expert stabbed a woman who was trying to break up with him with a fork, knocked a cell phone out of her hand as she tried to call for help and forced her to the ground, say police.

Based on those allegations, police arrested Alain Brown, 45, of 1338 Woodbury Ave., on a felony count of simple assault and misdemeanor charges of simple assault and obstructing the report of a crime.

The felony complaint alleges Brown stabbed the victim in the shoulder with the intent to cause her bodily harm. The obstructing the report of a crime charge alleges he knocked a cell phone out of the woman’s hand when she began calling police, then smashed it. The misdemeanor assault charge alleges he pushed the woman in the chest, knocking her to the ground.

According to an affidavit filed with the district court by Officer David Keaveny, when he responded to Brown’s residence Thursday night, he found the victim “crying and visibly upset,” with a bloodied hole in her shirt and her skin punctured from a fork wound.

Keaveny’s statement includes the victim’s assertion that the alleged crimes were committed after she went to Brown’s residence to end a relationship with him, that he stabbed her with the fork multiple times, had struck her in the past and she was “scared of him.”

During a Friday arraignment, prosecutor Corey MacDonald said Brown was a martial arts expert with a criminal history including drug possession with intent to distribute, several simple assault convictions, criminal trespassing, receiving stolen property and reckless conduct.

“He chased her down and stabbed her with a fork on more than one occasion,” said MacDonald, while petitioning the court for high bail.

Brown told the judge he is a self-employed contractor and acknowledged his martial arts expertise.

“All those criminal things (MacDonald) said are in my past,” Brown told Judge Sawako Gardner. “I’ve been out of trouble for a long time.”

After reviewing his criminal history, the judge reminded Brown of a 2005 conviction for trespassing, a 1998 simple assault conviction and a 1994 guilty finding for reckless conduct.

Brown told the court he could not post cash bail but owns his home, before the judge set bail at $10,000 cash or surety and $10,000 personal recognizance.

He was ordered to have no contact with the victim and a witness, not to possess any firearms, dangerous weapons or ammunition and return to the court for a Jan. 27 probable cause hearing.
http://www.seacoastonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080111/NEWS/80111019

What a scary nutter!

Teh El Macho
1/11/2008 3:36pm,
Well, a real martial artist should be able to use anything as a weapon, even a fork!!!

The Question
1/11/2008 4:01pm,
He stabbed her with a fork?

A fork.

Teh El Macho
1/11/2008 4:11pm,
maybe she looked yummy, I dunno.

heyguy
1/11/2008 4:13pm,
Reminds me of when some kid stabbed his friend(until that point) with a spork in middle school. At some point they sent that kid to a behavioral school for nutjobs that I worked at, after he was there. Also, that kid's father was a bullshido tai chi instructor(he had a few months of lessons then started teaching at KOC halls)

Jadonblade
1/11/2008 5:02pm,
I can imagine it now:

Woman "We're over! we're done!"
MAdude "No! your done!" *stabs with fork* "well done"

asimpson2006
1/11/2008 9:38pm,
He stabbed her with a fork?

A fork.

Hell I heard over police frequencie once of a guy who tried to kill himself at a Wendy's with plastic utentils.

Remember, he's a trained expert so he can use anything he can find to use as a weapon.

thorthe power
1/11/2008 9:46pm,
Brown told the judge he is a self-employed contractor and acknowledged his martial arts expertise.


Well, I would be trying to down play whatever "martial arts expertise" I had if I was this guy. He sounds like a real egotistical tough guy. He'll make it easy for the prosecutor.

TheLordHumungus
1/11/2008 10:03pm,
Sadly, the burning question in my mind is of which martial art is this colossal douchebag a master.

sopredictable
1/11/2008 10:07pm,
Martial arts expert charged with fork stabbing



He was ordered to have no contact with the victim and a witness, not to possess any firearms, dangerous weapons or ammunition and return to the court for a Jan. 27 probable cause hearing.
http://www.seacoastonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080111/NEWS/80111019

What a scary nutter!

What about forks.....?

No, honestly, people like this just give MA a bad name. I hate it when they do that. Too many non-MA practitioners will read this and think that we are all just aggressive idiots with no self-control. And of course the media like to emphasize the fact that he is a "martial arts expert."


Some expert......

caseyboy
1/11/2008 10:18pm,
He's no expert.



A real expert would have been able to stab her with a fork then thrown her with it.

http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=64826

UR NEX
1/11/2008 10:34pm,
Are they under the impression that it takes a martial arts expert to stab someone with a fork?

Anna Kovacs
1/11/2008 10:34pm,
Too many non-MA practitioners will read this and think that we are all just aggressive idiots with no self-control.


I'd rather them think that then think we're all dorky karate nerds with no spines.

Least then those motherfuckers will know to have the fear.

The Question
1/11/2008 10:48pm,
Least them those motherfuckers will know to have the fear.

To have the fear? The fear?

Fear is better than disdain, I suppose.

Drunken Bear
1/11/2008 11:55pm,
I guess you could say he FORKED her.

Won Dom Fok
1/12/2008 12:12am,
This guy really forked out the punishment.