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Judge: ‘Death ray’ suspects a ‘clear and present danger’

Duo who allegedly built device denied bail

Glendon Scott Crawford, of Providence, left photo, and Eric J. Feight, of Hudson, right photo, being led out of the James T. Foley Federal Courthouse in Albany following a bail hearing the day after being charged in conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists on Thursday, June 20, 2013.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Glendon Scott Crawford, of Providence, left photo, and Eric J. Feight, of Hudson, right photo, being led out of the James T. Foley Federal Courthouse in Albany following a bail hearing the day after being charged in conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists on Thursday, June 20, 2013.
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Glendon Scott Crawford on Tuesday toiled for hours inside the defunct garage that once housed Shorty’s Auto Body in Schaghticoke, aligning all the components needed to test the lethal X-ray system he had planned for years, a federal prosecutor said. During the previous 24 hours, the 49-year-old industrial mechanic allegedly brought individuals he thought to be partners in his scheme to locations where his device could be stealthily deployed: a mosque in Albany and an ...


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cracker
June 21, 2013
9:13 p.m.

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Sounds almost like science fiction.

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