The FBI has snagged two men intent on attacking a Seattle military recruiting station, authorities revealed on Thursday. The suspects, Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif and Walli Mujahidh, were reportedly planning the attack in order to inspire Muslims to protest U.S. military actions abroad. They were foiled when they arrived at a warehouse to purchase machine guns from undercover FBI agents. (The machine guns had been rendered inoperable.) Authorities learned of the plan when a third person bailed and told Seattle police about it. The two men could face life in prison if convicted.