Another Fort Dix Jihad Update. "Terror suspects were 'bad shots,' says local marksman," from the Pocono Record:
Suspicious activity at a public shooting range in Monroe County led an official from the state game commission to tip authorities on what turned out to be an alleged terror plot to attack Fort Dix in New Jersey.
"(The men arrested Monday) allegedly used our rifle range in the Gouldsboro area to train in some tactics," said Tim Conway of the game commission in a phone interview at 12:20 p.m. today. "We did recognize a few things awhile back and reported that to the appropriate authorities."
Randy Swiden of Blakeslee, a regular at the shooting range near Gouldsboro, said he remembers three to five guys shooting AK-47s there last fall. Swiden was interviewed at the range this morning.
Swiden said he heard the guys speaking in what sounded like Russian to each other and in broken English with a Russian accent to others. The six suspects arrested are nationals of the former Yugoslavia....
Swiden, 59, said he remembers the guys were shooting with 20-round clips rather than the typical three-round clips. He described them as “bad shots.”
They were shooting at 50-yard targets, packs of paper plates and milk jugs, and were missing.
Between them they had three AK-47s, Swiden said.