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February 20, 2010 11:12 AM

Army finds no evidence of poisoning plot at Fort Jackson

The Army has relocated a program to train non-Americans as translators from Fort Jackson in South Carolina to Arizona after allegations that some Muslim trainees were plotting to poison soldiers. The Army said the move was not related to the allegations and that there's no evidence to substantiate the claims, which were first reported by the Christian Broadcasting Network and Fox News.

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