Cosplay Kickboxer Yuichiro Crushed By Dutchman

26 04 2009

Yes, you heard it right Otaku cosplay warrior Yuichiro Nagashima was crushed by Dutchman Albert Kraus.
In a stunning defeat the Dutchman combo-ed our hero in a flurry of punches, before leaving our broken hero defeated.

Yuichiro although losing to the more experienced Albert Kraus has vow to train harder.

From watching the fight on youtube and a quick wiki of Kraus’s history of fights it was fairly obvious that Yuichiro doomed to fail.
Kraus’s experience, fight record of 58 wins, 13 losses, 3 draws and seven titles truely shows that the odds were stacked very much in Kraus’s favor.

You can check out the smashing fight below.

News Sourced From Sankaku Complex.
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You Don’t Mess With a Man’s Dog

25 04 2009

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A man resident of the town of Orsha, Belarus murdered a couple for apparently ‘humilliating’ his dog.

The scuffle broke out when a drunken couple stumbled upon the man and started to tease his dog.
The man also drunk was apparently pushed over the edge by the couple teasing his dog, he felt the need to punish theses two heathens by bludgeoning both of them to death with a log.

After he was later arrested and charged with two counts of murder, it was also apparent that the man had previous convictions.

He stated that he killed the couple out “love for his canine friend”.

Sourced From Sankaku Complex
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Man Bites Off His Penis

23 04 2009

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A man aged 26 a resident of Brooklyn, New York was found by police bleeding profusely behind a building.

Apparently he had bitten off the tip of his penis, he is now recovering in hospital.
The police have no idea as to why the man bit off his penis but have come to the conclusion that it would not have been the work of a sane mind.

The man had previously been accused of violating a 13-year-old-girl, and was sentenced for two months on misdemeanour charges.

Sourced From Sankaku Complex
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Go Get Metal I’ll Watch Your Strike Fighter

23 04 2009

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Recently, computer crackers have broken in the the Pentagon’s $300 Billion Joint Strike Fighter project – The DOD’s costliest weapons development project to date.

The Air Force is apparently aware of similar compromises relating to their air-traffic-control system in the past few months. According to officials the culprits were able to leech several terabytes of data relating to design and electronic systems of the aircraft, which could possibly make the aircraft easier to defend against.

This recent breach is new evidence in a battle between the US and its adversaries over the data-networks that link the world together. This is again highlighted by computers used to control electrical-distribution in the United States being compromised, along with many other infrastructure networks that have already been infiltrated by spies.

According to a former official the Wall Street Journal interviewed, these attacks on the US have been increasing in the past six months.|
So far it is not known how much damage this breach has caused to the JSF project, nor has the identities of the intruders been discovered.

The intruders where able to download a fair amount of data about the aircraft but were not able to access the more sensitive information kept on networks without internet access.

Former U.S officials have their suspicions that the attack originated from China. However being able to determine the true origin of the attack would be extremely difficult.

Though suspicions are rife as China has been improving on its online-warfare techniques to help compensate for its underdeveloped armed forces.

Although the Chinese Embassy has issued a statement stating that it “opposes and forbids all forms of cyber crimes”. It accuses the Pentagon of having a Cold War mentality and that the Pentagon has intentionally fabricated this story to make China’s image more threatening than it actually is.

These although important information was not stolen U.S intelligence officials are worried that whoever is breaking in are mapping the U.S’s computer networks and it could get to the point where pilots can’t trust their own radar.

This case also highlight’s Australia’s own problem with potential crackers wanting in on government secretes.
According to The Australia Mr Rudd and his travelling party whilst on a visit to China was under repeated attacks attempting to infiltrate prime ministerial email and mobile phone communications.

Sourced From The Wall Street Journal
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