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Breaking News: Five Men Found Guilty in Ft. Dix Terrorism Case

In a long drawn out court battle, the government emerged victorious. The question is: How big of a victory is it in the war on terrorism?

By Troy Graham
The Philadelphia Inquirer
CAMDEN, N.J. — A federal jury today found the five foreign-born Muslim men guilty of conspiring to kill military personnel, but not guilty of attempted murder.
The verdict ends one of the country’s most sensational cases of domestic terrorism, a case that garnered international headlines on May 7, 2007, when the defendants were arrested in coordinated raids.
The jury returned at 1:20 p.m. and was finished reading their verdict on the multiple charges at 1:35 p.m.
The judge read a statement from the jury, that said in part:
“The American justice system is a precious and fragile thing…This has been one of the most difficult things we have ever had to do…We have not reached our conclusion lightly…We are confident we have reached it fairly and impartially. We ask that our privacy be respected.”
The eight woman four men have remained anonymous.
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