Stabbing victim expected to recover

Stabbing victim expected to recover

There are 14 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Jul 13, 2011, titled Stabbing victim expected to recover. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

Police have identified the victim of a Mechanic Street stabbing as Alexis Silvestre, 28, of Fitchburg.

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Sophisticated Thug

Westford, MA

#1 Jul 13, 2011
The perp is obviously not a pro....and before you start feeling safe about that let me tell you all something..THAT MAKES HIM MORE DANGEROUS. A pro is not going to hit five times and leave the target alive..come on.Of coarse a pro is not going to attack a civilian without a reason either so unless your playing in circles you don't belong..your safe. As most of you know , I came up the hard way..and yes, knives are a part of that life. I've taught knife fighting technique in the past and I'm also an expert fencer ( believe me, a backround in fencing is invaluable ). Just take it easy, watch your back and keep safe.
The Insider

Hyannis, MA

#2 Jul 13, 2011
And who are you? Are we suppose to know? Teaching knife fighting isn't really something to brag about.

pro? take it easy? watch your back and keep safe?

Are we gonna be overrunned by thousands of knife fighters soon? Sounds like a good movie or someone has been watching too many movies.
Karate kid

Leominster, MA

#3 Jul 13, 2011
Great point Thug. I've been trained and taught people how to chop a board in half with your bare hand. As you know I grew up on the wrong side of the tracks but I can tell you this, if a board tries to sneak up on me HIYA it's going to pay.
The Insider

Hyannis, MA

#4 Jul 13, 2011
Sophisticated Thug wrote:
The perp is obviously not a pro....and before you start feeling safe about that let me tell you all something..THAT MAKES HIM MORE DANGEROUS. A pro is not going to hit five times and leave the target alive..come on.Of coarse a pro is not going to attack a civilian without a reason either so unless your playing in circles you don't belong..your safe. As most of you know , I came up the hard way..and yes, knives are a part of that life. I've taught knife fighting technique in the past and I'm also an expert fencer ( believe me, a backround in fencing is invaluable ). Just take it easy, watch your back and keep safe.
Just wondering where do I put "knife fighting" on my job application/resume? Does that go under hobbies and other interest?

College: Masters - Tufts University.
Experience: 15 years computer programmer.
Hobbies: knife fighting, can show you how to hit and take out your target!

I did see something that this might be a new olympic venue. I am currently in the Gardner curling club but I may try "knife fighting". Just have to ask the wife and kids first. "hun be back later gonna go knife fighting tonight".

Uh? you are telling us to stay safe and that we are safe? Are you our new superhero that will save us.
The Insider

Hyannis, MA

#5 Jul 13, 2011
Im staying safe.(kneeling and kissing the almighty knife fighter). Please Myagi teach me how to knife fight.

I heard the local YMCA will have knife fighting classes.

Gonna bring grandma to the local church's bake sale but I hope I dont take a hit. I will be watching my back just as you instructed me too.

I never heard of anyone out running a piece of lead traveling at 2,000 ft. per second. I dont think a knife will cut it ! Hahahahahahaha.
Hahaha

Fitchburg, MA

#6 Jul 13, 2011
Sophisticated Thug = Grade "A" D-Bag.

You win today's Internet Tough Guy award. When are you going back to France, Jason Bourne?
Sophisticated Thug

Westford, MA

#7 Jul 14, 2011
The Insider wrote:
And who are you? Are we suppose to know? Teaching knife fighting isn't really something to brag about.
pro? take it easy? watch your back and keep safe?
Are we gonna be overrunned by thousands of knife fighters soon? Sounds like a good movie or someone has been watching too many movies.
I have contracted with certain agencies as an instructor in hand to hand combat and defending against knife attacks as well as the employment of offensive blade play. I don't like to blow my own horn but I've done this on three continents and made many bussiness conections in the process. In fact alot of my work in France came from connections I made while under contract with the FFL....yes the Legion is very real and not just something from the movies. So , I get paid pretty well for my advice and training in things , I'm giving you folks free advice...take it or leave it. Stay safe man.
The Insider

Hyannis, MA

#8 Jul 14, 2011
Sophisticated Thug wrote:
<quoted text> I have contracted with certain agencies as an instructor in hand to hand combat and defending against knife attacks as well as the employment of offensive blade play. I don't like to blow my own horn but I've done this on three continents and made many bussiness conections in the process. In fact alot of my work in France came from connections I made while under contract with the FFL....yes the Legion is very real and not just something from the movies. So , I get paid pretty well for my advice and training in things , I'm giving you folks free advice...take it or leave it. Stay safe man.
If you are that big of a success why are you posting about a stabbing that was most likely an everyday gang or domestic violence related situation. I don't think Fitchburg has stabbings because they are contracted out for a hit. I don't think our stabbers are trained in your fantasy knife fighting world. Stay safe? I am sure there won't be a FFL of troops invading Fitchburg. Anyone comes near my house will meet Mr.357. He keeps me safe.
George Bush

Boston, MA

#9 Jul 14, 2011
Sophisticated Thug wrote:
The perp is obviously not a pro....and before you start feeling safe about that let me tell you all something..THAT MAKES HIM MORE DANGEROUS. A pro is not going to hit five times and leave the target alive..come on.Of coarse a pro is not going to attack a civilian without a reason either so unless your playing in circles you don't belong..your safe. As most of you know , I came up the hard way..and yes, knives are a part of that life. I've taught knife fighting technique in the past and I'm also an expert fencer ( believe me, a backround in fencing is invaluable ). Just take it easy, watch your back and keep safe.
What a nut-job. Watches too many B-grade kung-fu movies. If you think anyone believes a word you say, you're mistaken-(sadly). How the hell are "most of us" to know "you came up the hard way?" What bull-shite... Fun to read though.

See you in the funny papers, Thug on drugs!!!

President Bush
(43)
Chris Rock

Boston, MA

#10 Jul 14, 2011
The Insider wrote:
<quoted text>
If you are that big of a success why are you posting about a stabbing that was most likely an everyday gang or domestic violence related situation. I don't think Fitchburg has stabbings because they are contracted out for a hit. I don't think our stabbers are trained in your fantasy knife fighting world. Stay safe? I am sure there won't be a FFL of troops invading Fitchburg. Anyone comes near my house will meet Mr.357. He keeps me safe.
I like guns. If you have a gun, you don't need to lift weights.

Chris Rock
The Insider

Hyannis, MA

#11 Jul 14, 2011
George Bush wrote:
<quoted text>
What a nut-job. Watches too many B-grade kung-fu movies. If you think anyone believes a word you say, you're mistaken-(sadly). How the hell are "most of us" to know "you came up the hard way?" What bull-shite... Fun to read though.
See you in the funny papers, Thug on drugs!!!
President Bush
(43)
Probably a kid playing too much XBOX. It will only get worse as the XBOX generation gets older they will not be able to separate fantasy from reality.
Karate kid

Leominster, MA

#12 Jul 14, 2011
Me too! In my many years of training at a Shaolin temple over seas I made millions. When I returned to the states I was recruited by many Gov't agencies...yes they are real. I'm not one to pat myself on the back but I made a hefty profit teaching my board breaking skills. If you watch the news you won't see many reports on boards attacking people anymore. Thank you and keep it safe.
Ray

Fitchburg, MA

#13 Jul 14, 2011
The Insider wrote:
<quoted text>
Probably a kid playing too much XBOX. It will only get worse as the XBOX generation gets older they will not be able to separate fantasy from reality.
Yes, because all of the ills of the world can be blamed on video games. Screw parenting, it's the fault of a computer and personal responsibility. Stop with this XBox generation garbage. As long as dolts like you have a convenient scapegoat we'll alwas have idiots in this world. Remember when it was rock n roll that was going to destroy our youth and all that we hold dear?

Relax, Francis.
The Insider

Hyannis, MA

#14 Jul 14, 2011
Ray wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, because all of the ills of the world can be blamed on video games. Screw parenting, it's the fault of a computer and personal responsibility. Stop with this XBox generation garbage. As long as dolts like you have a convenient scapegoat we'll alwas have idiots in this world. Remember when it was rock n roll that was going to destroy our youth and all that we hold dear?
Relax, Francis.
Ray stop playing XBOX you are getting video game rage.

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