James Cromitie, right, is led by police officers from a federal building in New York on May 21, 2009, after being arrested on charges related to a bombing plot in the Bronx.
A federal judge in New York has denied bail for three men accused of placing what they thought were bombs outside two synagogues and planning to shoot a missile at planes.
They have pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges. They claim they were entrapped by a federal informant who proposed and directed the plot and then supplied the fake bombs and inactive missile. Payen is from Haiti and not eligible to be released.
Defense attorneys argued the others were not flight risks or dangerous.
The case is on hold after the prosecutors were dealt a setback on evidence.