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Light Rail Ninja "Kairo" Stiffs New Times, Talks to 12 News (Video)

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Now, we're not trying to start a duel here, but we tried to get an interview with the Metro Light Rail ninja earlier this week -- and exposed his identity on this blog yesterday morning -- but the man who likes to be called "Kairo" apparently likes TV.

"Kairo" made an appearance on 12 News' 10 p.m. newscast yesterday, and talked about his strategic swordsmanship on the light rail, in which he apparently broke up a fight between other people on the train.

See also:
-Light Rail Ninja Goes by the Name "Kairo"
-Phoenix Police Investigating Light-Rail Ninja Incident
-Light-Rail Fight Broken Up by Ninja-Wannabe With a Sword (Video)

Now, you can hear about his "five-stage plan," including how he was ready to poke just about anyone with that sword, and his intention to just slice some guy in half, thanks to 12 News.



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