In 2007, six Muslim immigrants were accused of planning to attack Fort Dix in New Jersey. Today, a jury found five of them guilty for conspiring to kill U.S. soldiers. They were acquitted of attempted murder but still face life in prison for conspiring to kill military personnel. Prosecutors said the men bought assault rifles that were tracked by the FBI and practiced shooting in the Poconos mountains. The sixth man was only with charged with gun offenses and plead guilty earlier.