Thursday, June 20, 2013

Alleged KKK Member Accused Of Designing Deadly Radioactive Device

Suspect taped promising to build "Hiroshima on a light switch"

Glendon Scott Crawford 49 of Galway leaves the Federal Courthouse in shackles after being arraigned Wednesday afternoon, June 19, 2013, in Albany, N.Y. (Skip Dickstein/Times Union) Photo: SKIP DICKSTEIN / 00022887B

A plot to design a radiation weapon that could fit in a small van and be used to silently kill humans was unraveled by an FBI task force that charged two men — a General Electric Co. industrial mechanic from Saratoga County and a computer software expert from Columbia County -— with conspiring to sell the weapon to Jewish groups or a southern branch of the Ku Klux Klan.

A federal complaint unsealed Wednesday in Albany said the vehicle-mounted radiation gear was intended to be remotely controlled and capable of aiming a high-energy lethal beam of radioactivity at human targets. The concept was that victims would mysteriously die from radiation poisoning within days.

The FBI on Tuesday arrested Glendon Scott Crawford, 49, of Providence, and Eric J. Feight, 54, of Stockport, who are accused of developing "a radiation emitting device that could be placed in the back of a van to covertly emit ionizing radiation strong enough to bring about radiation sickness or death against Crawford's enemies," according to an FBI agent's sworn complaint.

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