In Lewiston, Maine, yesterday, two men got into an argument, apparently over woman. (This would make her a femme fatale a short while later.)
The two men apparently pulled knives and stabbed each other.
One went back to his apartment and died. Police found the other one dead on the street.
Once again, the reason for not getting into a knife fight becomes apparent.
相互殺害 -- which I am given to understand, means "mutual slaying." Big concept in samurai Japan, the "as one" notion. Not so much in this country, where the idea is to be the guy who walks away.
Full story here.