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Day 5: Power in union, school district outlined as issues as Raucci trial opens

Steven Raucci enters Schenectady County Court on March 5, 2010. The former Schenectady school district facilities supervisor and union boss is accused of using violence and intimidation to keep adversaries in line.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Steven Raucci enters Schenectady County Court on March 5, 2010. The former Schenectady school district facilities supervisor and union boss is accused of using violence and intimidation to keep adversaries in line.
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Steven Raucci struck his victims’ property under the cover of night, attacking their homes with screwdrivers, gallons of paint and explosives, Schenectady County District Attorney Robert Carney told a jury Friday. “He caused thousands of dollars in damage,” Carney said in his opening statements in the terrorism and arson trial, “but the injuries inflicted were far greater. He stole their peace of mind, their comfort, their security.” Carney opened the long-awaited case against Raucci, the ...

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theburgesses
March 6, 2010
8:23 p.m.

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Looks like this will cost the schenectady tax payers a great deal! This man should get locked up for the rest of his life. Everything under his name should become property of the tax payers. And not to mention all his friends at the school district should personally get sued. This is just plain sick!

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