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Topic - John Duncan
Federal Bureau of Investigation agents arrested two New York men for what they allege was a plot to create a mobile X-ray machine that could silently kill people, a federal spokesman said.
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The two were creating a device that was "intended to be mobile ... [and] designed to turn on remotely from some distance away [to emit] some dangerous levels of X-ray radiation," said John Duncan, executive assistant U.S. attorney for the Northern District of New York, in the CNN report.
"The investigation is still pending," Assistant U.S. Attorney John Duncan said Friday, declining further comment.