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Prosecutors want information protected in death ray case

Eric J. Feight of Hudson, left photo, and Glendon Scott Crawford of Galway, right photo, are led out of the James T. Foley Federal Courthouse in Albany on June 19, 2013.
Eric J. Feight of Hudson, left photo, and Glendon Scott Crawford of Galway, right photo, are led out of the James T. Foley Federal Courthouse in Albany on June 19, 2013.
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All federal authorities have said about the remote-activated mobile X-ray system allegedly designed by Glendon Scott Crawford is that it would have worked with lethal results. Prosecutors with the U.S. Attorney’s Office have declined to elaborate on how the device would have operated, even after several radiation safety experts publicly expressed doubt about the plausibility of such a mechanism. Now prosecutors are asking U.S. District Court Judge Gary Sharpe to issue a protective order ensuring ...


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