Wednesday, July 9, 2008
"Spiderman, Spiderman, Doin' whatever a spider can!" Well, not really. David Malone is the third person to shimmy up the New York Times Building in the past few weeks, and the third to find New York's finest waiting for him when he climbed down. The first two, Renaldo Clarke and Alain Robert, did it June 5. Mr. Robert, who also uses the name "Spiderman," is known for his stunts, and a grand jury has refused to indict him. Mr. Clarke is still facing charges. Mr. Malone, the author of Bin Laden's Plan, is now at Bellevue undergoing evaluation.