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Death ray suspect indicted

Authorities claim Crawford was out to kill Muslims

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 faces at least 25 years in prison on a federal indictment accusing him of devising a truck-mounted, remotely-operated device he planned to use to deliver lethal doses of radiation at a mosque in Albany and an Islamic center in Schenectady. The indictment handed up in U.S. District Court on Thursday accuses the 49-year-old former General Electric Co. industrial mechanic of attempting to construct a remote-activated X-ray system for the purpose of causing ...


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