Latest Developments on Ft. Jackson Investigation

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Recent news that the Army is investigating accusations of threats made by Muslim soldiers at Fort Jackson has sparked a wave of questions and even concern.

Army spokesman Christopher Gray told CBN News that in December 2009, five Muslim men were questioned after they allegedly threatened to poison food in the South Carolina base's mess hall.

The men are currently no longer in custody, but some wonder why it took so long for details of the incident to come out.

For the latest on this case, watch insight here from CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck.   He also spoke with Pat Robertson on Monday's The 700 Club.  Click play for those comments.

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