A fifth man convicted of plotting to kill military personnel in the Fort Dix trial has been sentenced to 33 years in prison.
Twenty-five-year-old Philadelphia convenience store clerk Serdar Tatar was convicted though he seemed to have minimal interaction with the four other convicted plotters for a time.
His main role was providing a map of Fort Dix from his father's pizza shop near the Army installation in New Jersey.
Tatar's lawyer argued that he should get a lighter sentence than the others, and U.S. District Judge Robert Kugler said Wednesday that he lacked the religious fervor of the others and could be rehabilitated in prison.
The four other men received life sentences in hearings over the last two days.
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