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KKK Member Tried to Sell X-Ray Weapon to Kill ‘Israel’s Enemies’

A GE mechanic who also loves the KKK comes up with an X-ray WMD device. What better market for the gadget than Jews, who can use it to annihilate Israel’s foes. But the Jews snitched on him to the FBI.
The FBI arrested two upstate New York men who came up with a stranger than fiction X-ray device to 'kill Israel's enemies'

The FBI arrested two upstate New York men who came up with a stranger than fiction X-ray device to "kill Israel's enemies"
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Two New York residents, one of them identified with the Ku Klux Klan, tried to sell to Jewish groups a deadly X-ray radiation device that one of them described as “Hiroshima on a light switch” and which he designed to zap people to death, according to the FBI, which unsealed its complaint in Albany on Wednesday.

The FBI charged Glendon Scott Crawford, 49, who is an industrial mechanic with General Electric in Schenectady, and alleged co-conspirator Eric J. Feight, 54, who works for an electronics company in Columbia County, with material support to terrorists, including use of a weapon of mass destruction.

Crawford told undercover FBI agents dujring a year-long investigation that he is “a member of the Ku Klux Klan, specifically, the United Northern & Southern Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.”

His device was designed to be mounted on a truck and remotely controlled with the capability of aiming a laser beam of radioactivity at people.

He searched for a source of radiation and found supposed a ready supplies who actually were FBI agents, working after apparent tip-offs from two Albany synagogues Crawford approached.

He approached one synagogue in April 2012 and “asked to speak with a person who might be willing to help him with a type of technology that could be used by Israel to defeat its enemies, specifically, by killing Israel’s enemies while they slept,” the FBI complaint says.

The “enemies” referred to by Crawford are Muslims and enemies of the United States to whom he referred as “medical waste.”

Crawford contacted a second Albany area synagogue the same day with a similar offer.

The FBI complaint states, “Crawford also told the (FBI source) that the target of his radiation emitting device would be the Muslim community. Crawford described the device’s capabilities as ‘Hiroshima on a light switch’ and that ‘everything with respiration would be dead by the morning.’”

He ended his meeting with the agent by stating, “How much sweeter could there be than a big stack of smelly bodies?”

The investigation advanced to the point that in December, the FBI requested and received a search warrant enabling agents to monitor Crawford’s and Feight’s cell phone calls, emails and text messages.

Crawford had successfully tested the remote triggering system, without a radiation supply, which could work from a little less than a half mile away from the weapon, according to the complaint. The suspects met in Albany on May 20 with the device in hand, and they planned to test it in a dry run out at a hotel, without a radiation system.

Crawford and Feight met again last Wednesday, when Crawford was to have been provided with an unfinished radiation system.

FBI agents, posing as South Carolina Ku Klux Klan members, who were interested in buying the device and financing the plot, arrested them on the spot.

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


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11 Responses to “KKK Member Tried to Sell X-Ray Weapon to Kill ‘Israel’s Enemies’”

  1. Just the title alone makes this a story worth reading

  2. Dan Silagi says:

    This is utter nonsense. If such a weapon were in existence, it would have been used a lot by now. In fact, it would probably be the number 1 weapon of war, replacing guns.

  3. Ferdinand Yap Ordoñez says:

    "His device was designed to be mounted on a truck and remotely controlled with the capability of aiming a laser beam of radioactivity at people."

  4. Ferdinand Yap Ordoñez says:

    "His device was designed to be mounted on a truck and remotely controlled with the capability of aiming a laser beam of radioactivity at people."

  5. Renee Woodruff says:

    Since when did the KKK like the Jewish people? Politics and wars make interesting bedfellows….

  6. Gilles Poitras says:

    Money

  7. Benjamin Fox says:

    I believe Israel is way ahead of this guy and haven't shown it as yet but when the Gog-Magog war takes place it will be shown. God Bless Israel, His chosen and born again believers everywhere.

  8. Anonymous says:

    ? X-Ray laser? I remember published articles on such a device years ago. It required carbon rods and a nuclear bomb to "pump" it. So unless these guys had access to one, and a degree in physics, their intended targets can get a good night's sleep. Meanwhile, we, the taxpaying public are the ones being punished as we will be paying to jail them for years.

  9. Clayton Lorenz says:

    I've never known they KKK to hate the jews. Only the African americans. It's the neo Nazi's that hate both the jews and African Americans

  10. I em just pray for thoze people who heat so much to be able kil ather peopegod forgive them.

  11. Sean Kennedy says:

    The KKK doesn't even exist anymore.

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