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Death ray suspect makes deal

Feight admits building remote

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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Eric Feight expressed a personal responsibility in aiding Glendon Scott Crawford’s plan to build a mobile remote-operated ionizing ray. The 55-year-old contractor had met Crawford while working on projects at General Electric Co. and sympathized with his radical political views. Both men distrusted the government and viewed Muslims with disdain, so when Crawford suggested a plot to weaponize an industrial X-ray device and secretly poison human targets, Feight told him he was “in for a ...


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