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Defense Attacks Key Witness in Ft. Dix Terrorism Trial

Following a time-tested strategy, the defense is going on the attack, trying to undermine a key government witness in the Ft. Dix terrorism trial. Will it work?

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Geoff Mulvihill
The Associated Press
CAMDEN, N.J. – Attorneys for five men accused of plotting to kill soldiers in New Jersey began cross-examining a key government informant Wednesday as they tried to pin blame for the alleged conspiracy on him.
The four previous days Mahmoud Omar spent on the witness stand mostly involved prosecutors asking him to clarify secret recordings he made that are key to the government’s case. Defense lawyers contend it was Omar who tried to create a conspiracy and draw the other men into it.
Rocco Cipparone, the lawyer for defendant Mohamad Shnewer, quizzed Omar about his past crimes, what he was getting for cooperating with the FBI, his investigative methods and his truthfulness.
Omar, 39, became an informant in 2005 after being caught in a bank fraud scam.
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