Five Muslim soldiers at the center of an investigation at Fort Jackson are now facing penalties.
The Army has discharged four of the Muslim soldiers accused of plotting to poison food at the South Carolina post. A fifth soldier was removed from active duty.
Yet sources close to the investigations say the men did not make any effort to poison food and that allegations of their disloyalty were inaccurate.
So why were they discharged?
CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck was first to report the investigation. Click play for his comments on the latest.