RAW DATA: Charges in Fort Dix Terror Trial

Published December 22, 2008

| Associated Press

The following are the charges and verdicts against the defendants in the Fort Dix case.

— Mohamad Ibrahim Shnewer, 23, Cherry Hill, U.S. citizen born in Jordan. Drove a taxi, did construction work and worked at family's market.

Guilty of conspiracy to kill military personnel, not guilty of attempted murder and guilty of possession or attempted possession of a firearm in furtherance of the conspiracy.

— Dritan "Tony" Duka, 30, Cherry Hill, illegal immigrant born in the former Yugoslavia, operated a roofing business.

Guilty of conspiracy to kill military personnel, not guilty of attempted murder, guilty of possession or attempted possession of a firearm in furtherance of the conspiracy, guilty of possession or attempted possession of a machine gun and guilty of two counts of possession or attempted possession of a firearm by an illegal alien.

— Eljvir Duka, 25, Cherry Hill, illegal immigrant born in the former Yugoslavia, operated a roofing business.

Guilty of conspiracy to kill military personnel, not guilty of attempted murder, not guilty of possession or attempted possession of a firearm in furtherance of the conspiracy and guilty of possession or attempted possession of a firearm by an illegal alien.

— Shain Duka, 27, Cherry Hill, illegal immigrant born in the former Yugoslavia, operated a roofing business.

Guilty of conspiracy to kill military personnel, not guilty of attempted murder, guilty of possession or attempted possession of a firearm in furtherance of the conspiracy, guilty of possession or attempted possession of a machine gun and guilty of two counts of possession or attempted possession of a firearm by an illegal alien.

— Serdar Tatar, 25, Philadelphia, legal U.S. resident born in Turkey, was assistant manager of 7-Eleven store in Philadelphia.

Guilty of conspiracy to kill military personnel and not guilty of attempted murder.

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