Glendon Scott Crawford, a self-proclaimed member of White racist Ku Klux Klan spoke ardently of his hatred of Muslims and Blacks including Barack Obama, and was plotting to mass killing of both groups with a radiation dispersal device dubbed as ‘Death X-Ray weapon’ by tabloids.
Crawford was found guilty of the plot last year, he was sentenced on Monday to 30 years in prison, federal prosecutors said in New York.
In mid-April 2012, Crawford approached two Jewish organizations offering his services to defend Israel with off-the-shelf technology.
“He had a plan to help Jews get rid of their enemies. I told him we don’t really have any direct contact with Israel,” testified Kathryn Laws, a long time administrative assistant at congregation Gates of Heaven in Schenectady.
However, she informed Robin Margolis then chairman Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York on Washington Avenue. Margolis testified that Crawford called him by phone talking about a “black bag operation” to aid Jewish people.
“He said he wanted to help Israel and he had off-the-shelf technology that would kill Israel’s enemies as they slept,” Margolis testified. “I explained to him that we’re a social services organization. We don’t really have those connections.”
Margolis thought it trap and informed the FBI.
Glendon Scott Crawford, 52, is an industrial mechanic who worked for US Army before.
Judge Gary L. Sharpe also ordered Crawford to undergo a lifetime of supervised release after serving the sentence.
Crawford and co-defendant Eric Feight worked for General Electric in Schenectady. Prosecutors say the two conspired to design and build the device, which was to be set off remotely and would have exposed targets to deadly radiation.
Feight pleaded guilty to lesser charges a year ago and was sentenced to eight years in prison.
The Organized Jewry doesn’t want brainwashed Americans to know that Ku Klux Klan is as much Jewish as the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).