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Wed Jan 29 16:18:38 CST 2014

"It might sound far-fetched, but experts told investigators that the
design would work, producing a "a lethal, and functioning, remotely
controlled radiation-emitting device," the complaint says."

"Experts" on what?  The only way they could have killed someone with
this device would have been to tie the victim to a chair and position it
against his head - for a really long time.  As it is, all they managed
to construct was a long-range garage door opener.  By charging these
dopes with terrorism, the prosecutors are obviously hoping for a plea
deal so they don't have to prove their case to a jury. One of the two
copped a plea already.

Clayton J. Bradt
Principal Radiophysicist
NYS Dept. of Health
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