Fort Dix Plot Leaves NJ Pizzeria ’99 Percent’ Dead

 

COOKSTOWN, N.J. – According to a report from Phillyburbs.com, “The father of one of the six men described as radical Islamists and charged with plotting to massacre soldiers at Fort Dix says the business he’s nurtured for years is all but ruined since his son’s arrest.”

The article said, “Muslim Tatar, who has owned Super Mario’s Pizza for five years, says that his lunchtime crowd from nearby McGuire Air Force Base and Fort Dix has largely disappeared, replaced by empty tables and nasty words from passing motorists.”

“Now I am a target,” the 52-year-old Tatar told The New York Times for Saturday newspapers, adding that his business is “99 percent dead.”

The article also said that Tatar’s 23-year-old son Serdar Tatar, was among the six arrested in connection to the plot.

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