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Columbia County man pleads guilty to federal terrorist charges

ALBANY – A Hudson man pled guilty in US District Court in Albany on Wednesday to a felony charge of providing material support to terrorists.

Eric Feight, 55, who was arrested in June 2013, faces up to 15 years in prison and up to lifetime parole when sentenced in May.

His codefendant, Glendon Crawford, 49, of Galway, Wednesday pled not guilty to charges that he planned to use a remotely- operated radiation-emitting device to kill people.

The cases resulted from a long-term investigation conducted by the Albany FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, which includes the Department of Homeland Security, State Police, Albany, Troy and New York City police departments.