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Why crontab command is not available to me even I am root

I am using the CentOS release 6.3 (Final). My problem is that even I have logged in as a root to my centos server through ssh crontab command is not available to me . I got the following when ever ...
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cannot access crontab with sudo after being added to /etc/sudoers list

My user "craig" is in the /etc/sudoers file on my CentOS 5.6 VM, however when I try to access the crontab using the command below I am presented with an error message: sudo crontab -e -u ...
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sudo access to view/edit a crontab

I wish to be able to edit, or at least view, a crontab that is on a server. Should I not be able to run this to do so: sudo crontab -u root When I do, I get this error: Sorry, user crmpicco is ...
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How to use crontab to run a script as nobody

This is on a CentOS machine. I'm trying to run a script as user nobody (or as a user with minimal permissions) at a certain time every day. Here is nobody: [root@CentOS % ~] grep "^nobody" ...