Sunday, May 12, 2013

FAKE TERROR - FBI continues to entrap American Muslims, Costing Tax Payers A Fortune!




Five men, three of which are brothers, are currently in prison on charges of plotting to attack the Fort Dix military base in New Jersey. But the case built by the FBI against them is shrouded in controversy.


It began with a vacation a group of young Muslim men, taping their activities which included horse riding and shooting at a gun range. When the FBI was alerted to this activity, they placed 2 informants among the men, both of which had criminal pasts and one was waiting in a Pennsylvania jail to be deported.

Three of the convicted men are brothers- Shain, Elvir and Dritan Duka.

After 18 months, hundreds of hours of conversation and hundreds of thousands of dollars paid to the informants, the FBI arrested and prosecuted the men, four of which were given life sentences in 2008 while another is serving 33 years.

At one point in the investigation, one of the convicted men told the police of the informant's suspicious behavior.

In addition to concerns of weak evidence and allegations of an FBI set up against the men, the parents of the Duka brothers, all of whom received life sentences, discussed the devastating impact the case has had on their family.

Their mother, Zurata Duka, says life has been particularly difficult for their six grandchildren who have been left without fathers.

Last year, the Supreme Court refused to hear the case, cementing the ruling against the Fort Dix Five.