Daughter of Elliman broker arrested for possession of explosives, assault weapons

TRD New York /
Dec.December 31, 2012 02:00 PM

The daughter of the Douglas Elliman broker Susyn Schops Gliedman has been arrested for allegedly possessing explosives and assault weapons in the Greenwich Village apartment she shares with her boyfriend, an Occupy Wall Street activist, the New York Post reported.

Police found bomb-making paraphernalia — including a container with a powerful explosive compound called HMTD — at the West 9th Street home of Morgan Gliedman and her boyfriend, Aaron Greene. They also discovered a flare launcher, a modified shotgun, and documents on creating homemade weapons, including a stack of papers titled, “The Terrorist Encyclopedia.”

The 27-year-old Gliedman, who is nine months pregnant, is Schops Gliedman’s daughter with Paul Gliedman, a physician who is the director of raditiation oncology at Beth Israel Hospital’s Brooklyn division. Police discovered the materials when they went to the apartment in search of Gliedman, who was wanted for credit-card theft. Her partner, who is the father of her baby, had previously been charged with assault and weapons possession. [NYP] —Hiten Samtani


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