(KCEN) -- Two men who admitted trying to blow up an Ohio bridge are appealing their sentences.
Brandon Baxter and Douglas Wright received 10 and 11 year sentences for their failed plot to bomb a highway bridge near Cleveland.
The judge ruled the two and their admitted co-conspirator should be sentenced as terrorists, making them eligible for a longer prison term.
But lawyers for Baxter and Wright say the two were "entrapped" by an FBI informant and the alleged bomb was a dud.
A third defendant is also expected to appeal his sentence.
A fourth is considering withdrawing his guilty plea and a fifth defendant is undergoing a psychiatric exam.