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A Burnley man was stabbed to death because he had swapped a tablet device for cans of beer, it was alleged today. Sixty-year-old Keith Passmore, who was supposed to have sold the device, was allegedly attacked by his neighbour and another man who severely beat and repeatedly stabbed him with a knife and large pair of scissors. His body was found by police in the heavily blood stained flat of one of his alleged killers, Paul Howarth and the alleged murder weapons were also recovered there. But he told a jury at Liverpool Crown Court, “When you attack someone repeatedly with a knife and pair of scissors in the way he was attacked at the very least there was an intention to cause really serious harm. “A drunken intent to either kill or cause really serious harm is still an intent in the mind of a defendant”, he said. Howarth (48), of Clifton Road, Burnley and Burley (45), of Herbert Street, Burnley, have both pleaded not guilty to murder. Burley is also charged with threatening to kill Howarth’s ex-partner Kathleen Green after she saw the victim’s body, and possessing an offensive weapon, a multi-tool with a hammer attachment. Mr Cole said that Mr Passmore “died as a result of being subjected to a sustained and forceful assault during which he had been beaten with such force as to fracture bones in his face and he had been stabbed repeatedly with both a knife and scissors. At about 4-30pm on Saturday January 10 this year the defendants went to visit Kathleen Green, Howarth’s ex-partner, at her sheltered accommodation at Woodtop, Harcourt Street, Burnley. Howarth indicated that Mr Passmore had been killed and while she did not initially believe them she was eventually persuaded to go to Howarth’s flat. In the bathroom she saw the body of Mr Passmore, who lived in the flat above. “Not surprisingly she wanted to leave and get out the flat. As she tried to do so and going out onto the road she was threatened with being killed by Burley who threatened her with a multi-tool with a hammer attachment,” alleged Mr Cole. “While they had clearly had alcohol they both knew what they had done,” claimed Mr Cole. She rang 999 as did Howarth “effectively saying he found the body in his own house but then went on to say he found the body in Keith Passmore’s own flat. A paramedic arrived and found both men outside the flat and inside saw the body of Mr Passmore now in the. Source: www.pendletoday.co.uk
Area knife makers excel When you list businesses where the Portland area dominates an industry, you might think microchips, microbrews or sports apparel. Add to that list the knife, cutlery and bladed-tool business. Local manufacturing facilities produce products ranging from sporting knives to multipurpose tools and kitchen cutlery. From large suburban factories to tiny workshops and a craft forge in Southeast Portland, the industry employed about 2,200 in Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah, Washington and Yamhill counties at the end of 2014s third quarter, according to the... The state classifies the industry as the Cutlery and Handtool Manufacturing segment. Its a cyclical industry, but employment numbers hovered between 2,200 and 2,600 for the last 10 years, says Amy Vander Vliet, a regional economist with the employment department. The segment lost jobs during the recession, but nearly bounced back by 2013. Overall, employment trends are steady, with short term cycles, she says. Wages for the knife and bladed tool industry outpace the metro areas average by a wide margin. The overall average for the region was $52,654 through the third quarter of 2014, while the knife segments average annual wages reached $60,211, according to the employment department. Products manufactured by the industry range from simple $25 pocket knives to finely-crafted chef knives and tactical knives built from exotic materials that can easily exceed $1,000. Industry representatives stress that they are making cutting... The local industry traces its roots back to 1939, when advertising executive Joseph Gerber commissioned some cutlery sets as gifts for associates. Now a unit of the Finnish company Fiskars, Gerber Legendary Blades is the largest supplier of knives and multi-tools for the U. S. military. Gerber operates a manufacturing facility in Tigard that employs between 200 and 300 employees, depending on the season. All of the production of military products is done in the United States, and about 30-35 percent of their overall production is U. S. -based, according to Gerber public relations representative Mike May. In 1974, Pete Kershaw left Gerber to start his own company, Kershaw Knives. In 1977, Kershaw Knives became part of Japans Kai Group. Kai USA now produces Kershaw and high-end Zero Tolerance knives from a 55,000 square. Source: portlandtribune.com
Just about everyone knows that a survival knife is an absolute necessity for a bug-out bag. Unless you’re planning to check into a luxury hotel when the SHTF, this is an item you might not be able to live without following a disaster that forces you out of your home. It could literally save your life — over and over again. But if a survival knife is the only cutting tool in your bug-out bag, you’re going to encounter a number of problems you could have avoided by adding more. Other cutting tools can go a long way toward making your outdoor experience more manageable until you’re able to return to a normal lifestyle. This is especially true if an emergency situation lasts longer than expected. First, let’s take a look at the types of survival knives that are best for bugging out. Then, we’ll go over the reasons for including other cutting tools with multiple uses. You don’t need every one that I’ll mention, but this variety will give you a few choices. As we go along, you can determine which ones you’re most likely to require. Survival knife As mentioned, a quality survival knife is essential for everybody. Some people call it the most important item in a bug-out bag that you can’t eat. Expect to pay at least $40 to $100, and don’t skimp. Your survival knife should be a single-edge, fixed blade, 6 to 8 inches long and made of quality steel. The heel of the knife should be flat. Make sure the handle is comfortable in your hand. Comfort and ease of use are much more important than fancy designs, creative ridges and other ornamentation. This knife is for survival, not for show. The hilt — the protruding guard between the blade and the grip — needs to be solid because it’s what will prevent your hand from sliding down the blade when you’re applying pressure while cutting. Finally, you should keep your knife in a leather, web or composite sheath to that you can wear it on a belt for easy access. The types of survival knives that you don’t need are overly large knives that look impressive but are difficult to maneuver, and ones with double-edged blades that have no heel that you might need for splitting wood. Whatever knife you have, don’t use it as a pry bar. Once the blade breaks, it will be useless. Now for some other cutting tools that will come in very handy when you’re in a bug-out situation. Lock blade folding knife Make sure you have a. Source: personalliberty.com
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