4 Elderly Men Accused in Terror Plot

Chilling audio tapes released by FBI portray suspects as cold, calculating.
1:34 | 11/23/11

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Some new details this morning about what's been described as a terrorism plot uncovered in Georgia -- suspects. All in their late sixties and early seventies ABC's Pierre Thomas brings us the newly released audiotapes in the case. If you believe the FBI's case against for senior citizens accused of plotting terrorism. In these secretly recorded audiotapes -- in -- word -- Where and why do you Dayton. Who. -- -- The government says the men were planning a campaign of terror at this Georgia Waffle House and in their homes the tapes portray them as cold blooded. Calculate. But who's going to take a life. This wasn't just talk they had taken real steps -- on carrying out their plan. The alleged plan -- the self described a Covert group. Involved murdering federal agents in Washington and Atlanta. Keep in Vietnam vets. All day long all the -- didn't you -- And quote. You. We also discussed constructing two bombs big enough to take down buildings and using the deadly toxin lives of which can cause fatal liver and kidney failure. As a weapon of mass destruction it is. -- -- -- The recorded words of four unlikely terrorists that could be mistaken for just grumpy old men. Even having trouble hearing in court but it proved to be terrorists they could spend the rest of their lives in prison. For Good Morning America Pierre Thomas ABC news Washington.

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