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Defense Attacks in Ft. Dix Terrorism Trial Could Hurt Govt. Case

The defense in the Ft. Dix terrorism trial is punching some holes in the government case. The big question is: Will the government’s case hold up?

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By George Anastasia
PHILADELPHIA Inquirer
CAMDEN, N.J.–The chief FBI informant in the Fort Dix terrorism investigation said yesterday that at least one of the defendants in the case considered him “the brains” and the leader of the plot to attack the military complex.
And, in a comment that seemed to support the defense theory of the case, he said that two other defendants, brothers Dritan and Shain Duka, “wanted nothing to do with the matter” when he first alluded to it during a fishing trip in August 2006.
By that point, according to earlier testimony and evidence, informant Mahmoud Omar, 39, had held several in-depth discussions with defendant Mohamad Shnewer, 23, about the plan and had been assured by Shnewer that the Dukas, including a third brother, Eljvir, were committed.
“I was surprised of [the Dukas’] lack of knowledge of anything we had discussed,” Omar said in recounting the reaction of Dritan and Shain Duka to comments he made during the fishing trip.
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