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  • bignevermo
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    Yup,,, thats Premru... on the Tonight so or something...we (my friend was his student)thought he was a stand up guy...he is not...

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  • bignevermo
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    Premru

    I know this Karateka... from about 1976 or so... he is the real deal and he is a thief.... he ripped off a club and my sensei for about $10,000... he is a real piece of work, Shorin Ryu... I was just thinking of him, thought I would look him up... good to hear he is an officially wanted man.

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  • Craig Jenkins
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    OPs first link indicates a reward is available for information leading to the arrest. Why would anyone send such information to the OP and not the AZ Marshals Service directly?

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  • Coach Josh
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    I think the difference with Kim and Porter is that they have a "board of examiners" with people from different backgrounds that will "certify" whatever rank they need to do. Since rank is an arbitrary thing it would be very hard to prove mail fraud by those organizations.

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  • artiemask
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    Originally posted by glambman View Post
    You put his selling of worthless certificates, your personal experience, his arrest and fleeing, and tie them in together.

    Even the wanted page said he was in a scheme that defrauded area investors. With the 10mill price tag, I don't think it was for selling worthless certificates (at least not martial arts ones).
    Glenn was not arrested for selling fake certificates, as a matter a fact it had nothing to do with the O.K.F. at all! It happened to be someone else whom had the brain storm and he the capital to make it happen. Things spun out and everyone dropped dime on him. Fraud is Fraud and I know he knew what he was getting in to from the beginning........
    Last edited by artiemask; 3/09/2010 7:59am, .

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  • Crushing Step
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    Originally posted by It is Fake
    What attention do you want? He is wanted, other websites have called him into question, why rehash what has already been proven?
    I'm just saying we've seen much more response to fraud accusations in the past, I was curious why this one didn't receive much attention. Seems legit enough of an accusation, having seen the FBU site.

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  • pauli
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    Originally posted by sempaiman
    He is not a "Black Belt Hall of Fame" ( Hall of Fame sponsored by Black Belt Magazine) member. More than likely he is member of those "pay to play" hall of fames.
    there's a difference?

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  • lee
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    l knew him back in the 60s . l was told he was a cop in california . then later heard hed been shot. strange world . but as someone has said why is he the only one theres so many out there who have done the same thing? when l knew him he was doing the watermelon cut on t.v. and the oriental world of martial arts.

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  • It is Fake
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    Originally posted by Mantis_Fist
    If this is such a legitimate fraud, I wonder why the lack of attention here?
    What attention do you want? He is wanted, other websites have called him into question, why rehash what has already been proven?

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  • Vieux Normand
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    Originally posted by Mantis_Fist
    If this is such a legitimate fraud, I wonder why the lack of attention here?
    Obviously because the fraud is legitimate.

    Illegitimate fraud, on the other hand...

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  • sempaiman
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    He is not a "Black Belt Hall of Fame" ( Hall of Fame sponsored by Black Belt Magazine) member. More than likely he is member of those "pay to play" hall of fames.

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  • glambman
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    Originally posted by manofaiki
    This is the only guy in America I'm aware of who is presently a wanted felon for mail fraud for selling fake certificates as part of a criminal scheme.

    You put his selling of worthless certificates, your personal experience, his arrest and fleeing, and tie them in together.

    Even the wanted page said he was in a scheme that defrauded area investors. With the 10mill price tag, I don't think it was for selling worthless certificates (at least not martial arts ones).
    Last edited by glambman; 9/20/2008 9:30pm, .

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  • USMC0351
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    Originally posted by lt_flippy
    The funny/ironic thing is that if this were to end up on America's Most Wanted they would be putting out a warning to vigilantes regarding his "deadly martial arts skills".

    Unless the vigilante is Batman, then they won't have much to worry about due to a liberal use of the 2nd Amendment. Just sayin'!

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  • Jonathan Randal
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    Originally posted by lt_flippy
    The funny/ironic thing is that if this were to end up on America's Most Wanted they would be putting out a warning to vigilantes regarding his "deadly martial arts skills".
    Well, apparently he, himself, has (or had) some legitimate skills and credentials - it is the folks he issued certificates to who probably don't.

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  • USMC0351
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    If this anal leak got busted for fake martial arts creds, then why aren't the Feds Tazering the living shit out of Ashida Kim and his black belt mill? (or is he even doing that now?)

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