Two principals of a Pennsylvania construction company that did work at New Jersey's Fort Dix have been charged with using threats to get employees to kick back part of their wages. One is also accused of resorting to violence against a company manager.
A federal appeals panel on Wednesday upheld the convictions and sentences of five Muslim men accused of planning to attack Fort Dix or other military bases, though it threw out a charge against one defendant.
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