Duka said he did not know how he was going to spread word about the case.That's easy...just ask the Philadelphia Inquirer to run a sob story "Bonfire of the Vanities" type piece like the one linked. After all, if the Inquirer had any problems throwing one together, they could take pointers from the Boston Globe's same shameless approach back in March.
"I have to find a way," he said. "Nobody knows my sons better than I do. I know who they are."
Face it...the Fort Dix terrorist group was downright incompetent...but they were planning a terrorist attack. The whole defense was based on it being five kids mouthing off and waxing poetic. Of course, that wouldn't explain why they attempted to buy two machine guns from an informant. Three of the brothers got life in prison...deservedly. The media has no scruples or sense of ethics.