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|Charge Date:||Mon May. 7, 2007|
|Investigation Type(s):||Agent Provocateur, Informant, Sting|
|Charges:||Conspiracy to murder, Murder/attempted murder of US officials|
|Convictions:||Conspiracy to murder|
|Alleged Affiliation:||Al Qaeda|
Tatar, along with Agron Abdullahu, Dritan Duka, Eljvir Duka, Shain Duka, and Mohamad Shnewer was part of the Fort Dix Six, a group of men who conspired to kill soldiers at the Fort Dix Army base in New Jersey. They underwent informal training and sought weapons from an informant. Tatar worked at a pizza joint near the base and provided a blueprint of the facility to the informant. He was sentenced to 33 years in prison.
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