Apparently, if the allegations prove true, for these guys, terrorism would have been a giant step up on the criminal career ladder.
GOSHEN -- When Onta Williams faced Orange County Court Judge Jeffrey Berry in 2003 for sentencing on drug charges, Williams told the judge “I just went down the wrong road.”
“I’m paying for it now and my lawyer said that when this is all said and done, I could come home a better person and stay out of trouble,” Williams said at the time.
But six years later, Williams faces what authorities describe as deeper, more troubling charges: That he conspired with three other Newburgh men to bomb two Bronx synagogues and blow up military aircraft at the Air National Guard base at Stewart Airport in Newburgh.
Read all of Oliver Mackson's story in the Times Herald-Record.