Well, at least the media didn't directly name who made the knife. But any knife knut can tell what they showed was POS ripoff.
It'd probably be more concerning that since they labeled this "large knife" as a "formidable weapon" all the mindless zombie sheeple will get it in their heads that anything that looks remotely like that knife would be considered "dangerous."
And knowing that most people don't have photographic memory and will tend to forget a few details, and how the human brain will try its best to compensate by filling-in-the-blanks, those same people, who are sheeple, may mistake our beloved serrated Delicas as that very "formidable weapon." ><img src="sad.gif" width=15 height=15 align=middle border=0>
Heck, the ball point pen I have in my shirt pocket can just be as "formidable" as that POS ripoff they showed. It all depends on the what the intent of the user/owner is.
Next thing you know, airport security is going to start confiscating crayons (could hide a needle in one) from kids and requiring women with long fingernails to trim them down before boarding the plane to "protect" us from harm.
But as it was said earlier, this world hasn't been the same.
--my 2 cents,