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Men In Ft. Dix Terrorist Case Bought Assault Weapons

Defendants in the Ft. Dix terrorism case were caught buying weapons from an FBI informant. Were they terrorists or just wannabes?

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By JASON NARK
Philadelphia Daily News
CAMDEN, N.J. –Moments before an FBI SWAT team kicked in his door, the government’s top informant in the Fort Dix terrorism case dropped a little irony on two men he had just set up.
“I don’t trust anybody,” Mahmoud Omar said to brothers Shain and Dritan Duka before the FBI arrested the Dukas last year.
According to a video played in U.S. District Court in Camden yesterday, the brothers were inside the apartment to purchase weapons – four M-16 and three AK-47 assault rifles – from Omar, an Egyptian national and paid government informant who received the neutered weapons from the FBI.
Yesterday, the seven assault rifles, along with four other weapons that the defendants owned, sat on a table inside the courtroom a few feet away from the jury.
The government alleges that the weapons were a key component in a terrorist plot to attack and kill U.S. soldiers at Fort Dix in New Jersey. They allege that the men were inspired by Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda to defend Islam and start a holy war in the United States.
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