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Judge: Fort Dix trial won't start with al-Qaida

The men accused of plotting to kill soldiers at Fort Dix lost a string of pretrial motions on Friday, but they did win a key concession from a judge who said he would not mention al-Qaida at the start of the trial. U.S. District Judge Robert Kugler rejected arguments from lawyers for the five men that references to al-Qaida and terrorist attacks be stricken from charging documents because they were prejudicial. However, he did agree not to read them to the jury at the start of a trial, as he normally would do. Full Story

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