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- Posted on Nov 5th 2009 2:00PM by James Sullivan
After drinking a few beers together in James Ivison's rooming-house apartment, the visiting neighbor began questioning Ivison's manhood, sparking a brawl. When the victim picked up a frying pan, Ivison stabbed him five times in the midsection with a kitchen knife. The prosecuting attorney told the court that Ivison became enraged when his neighbor suggested he was a little, you know, AC/DC.
Luckily, the victim's major organs were unharmed. The prosecutor said a longer sentence would've been sought if the victim had cooperated with the investigation. ""He wasn't overly interested in assisting the prosecution," the prosecutor, Dave Mann, told the Winnipeg Sun. "He said he felt empowered by this -- if this didn't kill him nothing would."