The Buffalo six (also known as the Lackawanna 6) was a group of Al-Qaida terrorists.
One of the members, Muktar Al-Bakri, sent an obscure e-mail describing the plot "Big Meal" which would have used explosives.
Investigators found a rifle, a telescopic sight, and a cassette tape that investigators say that asked when played, "asks Allah to give Jews and their enablers (U.S.) a black day" in Al-Bakri's house.
All six pleaded guilty in court to terrorism related charges. They were Mukhtar Al-Bakri, Sahim Alwan, Faysal Galab, Shafal Mosed, Yaseinn Taher, and Yahya Goba. Another member of the Lackawanna Cell, named Jaber Elbaneh, is still at large.
Yahya Goba and Mukhtar al-Bakri received ten-year prison sentences. Yaseinn Taher and Shafal Mosed received eight-year prison sentences. Sahim Alwan received a nine and a half year sentence. All sentences were for single counts of "providing support or resources to a foreign terrorist organization". In discussing the plea bargain agreements, US prosecutors commented the defendants had cooperated with federal terrorism investigators, providing detailed information on Al-Qaida membership, training, and methods.