2005, Art Campbell, Portal Of the Vixen Planet, Lulu.com, ISBN1411665392, page 111:
I have to add that the night we mostly refer to as the night of Jed the Jedi Knight was one of the most remembered Halloweens that I can recall.
2008, Captain Jason Meszaros, Interrogation of Morals, J.P. Hewitt Press, ISBN0557050367, page 85:
They included a major who was known as a Jedi Knight in the intelligence world.
2008, Julie Hutslar, The Mask, the Mirror, and the Illusion, Awakening to the Knowledge of Who You Truly Are, Luminous Epinoia Press, ISBN0975300008, page 199:
I asked what he liked to play with and he ran and got his Jedi Knight light sword. I mentioned to his parents that he carried the knight as his primary archetype, and they looked at each other and laughed.
2009, Carlene Thompson, Since You’ve Been Gone, Macmillan, ISBN0312357060, edition 4, page 278:
Also, one time he’d felt like Rebecca was in his mind. That sounded really creepy, but it also sounded kind of like something a Jedi Knight could do — entering someone’s mind, poking around, sending messages to be strong. He wondered if Rebecca was a Jedi.