California town shaken by terrorism arrests
The community of Lodi, California, has been shaken by FBI claims that it's become the secret home of several people involved with al-Qaida.
The community of 62-hundred people lies in the rural wine-growing country south of Sacramento.
People were stunned this week when agents swooped in to arrest members of a Pakistani-American family, a father and son linked to a plan to attack hospitals and supermarkets. Two local Muslim clerics are among three other suspects.
Mayor John Beckman says Lodi is home to 25-hundred Pakistanis, who he says are a "very vibrant, healthy part of the community." Beckman says he doesn't want the town's new slogan to be, "Come to Lodi and taste our wines and meet our terrorists."