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Galway man's X-ray device arrest a shock to many

Church, family offer statements

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Friends and acquaintances knew him as Scott Crawford, a devoted husband and father of three with strong religious convictions. Born in Schenectady, he grew up on a farm in Charlton, graduated from Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School and became an engine mechanic — a trade that landed him a job at the General Electric Co. He served in the U.S. Navy Reserve, volunteered with a fire company and was a faithful member of the Barkersville ...

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June 22, 2013
9 a.m.

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Many experts agree that these 2 individuals would not be able to pull this off. Experts have also labeled this not feasable. Sounds like 2 kids playing in their back yards using some kind of imaginary device during play.

June 22, 2013
5:34 p.m.

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Justin Mason, as usual, does a masterful job of reporting. He leaves it to the reader to connect the dots. Crawford's connections to and association with, known/published hate groups... was missed by other reporters for some reason. Fascinating to read the "shocked-to-hear" responses from his church community, the Charlton politicians and generally the folks around Galway. Mason give you the option of believing that perhaps Crawford's actions came as a surprise. I prefer to connect the dots.