The radio tells me the anonymous, sequestered jury has decided and the verdict will be announced in court at 1:15 p.m. There are a long list of charges and five defendants, so it will take some time.
Update: The United States District Court has a page up for the trial which includes the transcript, jury form and jury charge. Reading through the charge, it seems clear there will be convictions in the case, because the defendants are charged with weapons violations and being in the country illegally. I assume these things are easily proved because they don't rely on the informants' testimony. The question is whether they get convicted of conspiracy to kill U.S. soldiers and attempted murder, the principal charges.
Update: Guilty on conspiracy to kill servicemembers, not guilty of attempted murder. Bye-bye. That's life. Lesson: Don't be (a) stupid macho losers and (b) Muslim. I look forward to the FBI infiltrating bars and rod & gun clubs across the nation, looking for conspiracies of NRA members to assassinate the President. No slam on the jury; they just decided the case before them. The fault here rests with the cops and prosecutors in picking the people they will go after and who they won't.