New Mexico Jihad Compound Destroyed by Unidentified Authorities, But Something Is Fishy

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Following a court order, authorities seized a stolen RV at a New Mexico compound where five adults are accused of abusing 11 children and training them for school shootings. It is not known which law-enforcement agency seized the RV. The FBI is not cooperating with lawmakers who are asking questions, which is raising suspicion that something is being covered up. In addition to seizing the RV, the unidentified law-enforcement agency also bulldozed the entrance to an underground tunnel where the decomposing body of three-year-old Abdul-ghani Wahha was kept, supposedly in expectation that he would resurrect as Jesus and use his powers to help the group combat “corrupt institutions and people” with “violent actions.”

Siraj Wahhaj, who was on a terror watchlist for the past 13 years, is the father and also the accused murderer of the boy, and will remain in jail pending a warrant for his arrest in Georgia for the abduction of his son. However, Judge Sarah Backus ordered the other four Muslims to be freed on a $20,000 “signature bond” (meaning they didn’t have to pay). [These facts do not fit well together, which causes us to agree with the skeptics that something is fishy, indeed.] -GEG

The remote New Mexico compound police believe was a school-shooter training ground has been partially destroyed, burying in rubble the underground tunnel at the location where the remains of a young boy were found.

The destruction of the site came after a court order was released allowing for the seizure of a stolen trailer, which was part of the compound in Amalia, a desert community near the Colorado border, KOB4 in Albuquerque reports. Additionally, that trailer has been torn apart, and ammo and bullets sit in piles around the lot, according to NBC News.

Earlier this month, 11 starving children ranging in age from 1 to 15 were rescued from the same location, which has now been identified as an alleged training ground for young school shooters, prosecutors say.

Siraj Wahhaj, 39, the father of Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj―the toddler police believe was found dead on the property―was arrested along with four other adults.

Prosecutors believe the young boy died during a ritual ceremony to cast out demons. The child reportedly suffered from seizures and could not walk to due to severe medical issues. He was 3 years old when he went missing in December.

All five adults are each facing 11 counts of felony child abuse for the filthy conditions that the 11 children were found in earlier this month. The compound reportedly had no electricity, water, or plumbing.

The rescued children were swiftly taken into protective custody.

On Monday, in a shocking move, state District Judge Sarah Backus decided to grant bail to three defendants arrested in the compound raid, arguing that prosecutors failed to present any evidence about the children’s health or welfare. She said prosecutors decided to focus on the weaponry at the compound instead, USA Today reports.

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Robert H. Burt
Robert H. Burt
3 years ago

As individuals, the more we allow this, the more it becomes our own personal policy.

3 years ago

With smiling ear to ear, he doesn’t look very worried – does he… He must know (others) were responsible…

Robert H. Burt
Robert H. Burt
3 years ago
Reply to  KM

If he committed the action, he is the one responsible, regardless of whether someone else told him to. This question was resolved thousands of years ago.

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