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New Mexico's School-Shooting Training Camp.
This article is connected to Mystic's link from the Shout Box.
If my logic is correct, the USA has been already invaded... Does David Hogg know?!

Quote:Extremist Muslim was ‘training 11 starving children to carry out school shootings’

'A man arrested in a raid on a squalid compound in New Mexico was training children living there to
carry out school shootings, prosecutors said Wednesday.
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Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, was arrested along with four other people on Friday at the desert compound in
Amalia, New Mexico, and has been charged with 11 counts of child abuse. Eleven children aged one
to 15 were found living on the compound in filthy conditions, prosecutors said, with no clean water or
electricity. Authorities also found little in the way of food.

Wahhaj is also under investigation for the death of a 12th child –possibly his son, Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj
–whose body was discovered on the property. Prosecutors quoted the foster parent of one of the children
as claiming that Wahhaj ‘had trained the child in the use of an assault rifle in preparation for future school

As a result, he faces another investigation for teaching ‘the use, application or making of any firearm,
destructive device or technique capable of causing injury or death’ with the intention that the knowledge
be used unlawfully –which is classed as a felony.

‘The Defendant … is under investigation … based upon the training of children with weapons in furtherance
of a conspiracy to commit school shootings,’ prosecutors said Wednesday in a court filing requesting that
Wahhaj be held in custody.

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‘Trip hazards, woods with nails sticking up, broken glass, bottles, and open trenches littered the property,’ it
added. ‘Trash scattered around the property, no clean water, no electricity, no indoor plumbing and the children
were clothed in rags.’

Prosecutors also said loaded firearms were found at the compound.
‘(Wahhaj) poses a great danger to the children found on the property as well as a threat to the community as a
whole due to the presence of firearms and his intent to use these firearms in a violent and illegal manner,’ the filing

Three women believed to be the mothers of the 11 children found at the compound were also arrested in Friday’s
raid along with another man, Lucas Morten, and charged with child abuse. Wahhaj is wanted in the state of Georgia
for the alleged abduction of his four-year-old son.

Authorities are investigating whether the remains found at the New Mexico compound are those of missing Abdul.
In the first operation, when the 11 children were discovered, Abdul was not found. But officers returned to the site after
questioning the suspects last week, which led them to believe that the boy was still there.

We discovered the remains yesterday on Abdul’s fourth birthday,’ Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said Tuesday,
appearing to fight back tears. The boy’s mother had told police her child, who she said suffered from seizures along
with developmental and cognitive delays, went to the park with his father Wahhaj last December and never returned.

She also told authorities Wahhaj wanted to exorcise his son because he considered that his disability was due to a

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Just one of very many
(08-09-2018, 09:35 AM)Wallfire Wrote: Just one of very many

I fear you are right Wallfire.  Now, we just have to find them.  Their day of reckoning is neigh.   smallnotamused
I hesitated to mention this being related back to Soros. It "felt" slightly different.  And, even though he might have $$ invested in this group ( I don't know), I had a gut feeling it had ties to Islam.  Appears I was right.

Quote:Always, job one for the establishment media is to protect the image of Islam.
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“Nets Omit Islamic Ties in New Mexico Kidnapping, Starved Children Case,” by Nicholas Fondacaro, Newsbusters, August 7, 2018:

Quote:As we continue to get updates on more gruesome discoveries and the squalor living conditions present at a New Mexico compound that included 11 starving children (ages one to 15) and the dead body of one child, one key detail had gone totally unreported by the major broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC): The ties to radical Islam.

Last Friday, the Taos County Sheriff’s Office executed a raid on a makeshift compound in the New Mexico desert in the search for 4-year-old Abdul-Ghani, who was believed to have been abducted by his father 39-year-old Siraj Wahhaj in Georgia back in December. And according to the Sheriff’s Office, what they found was horrific, even “third world”…

The raid was a high stakes operation that required “a tactical approach for our own safety because we had learned the occupants were most likely heavily armed and considered extremist[s] of the Muslim belief,” Sheriff Hogrefe explained in a press release. Two men were arrested while three women who were also in the compound were detained and then released. “[A]ll 11 children were immediately taken in protective custody and later turned over to the state CYFD division,” the Sheriff’s Office said.
The missing child was not found. A child’s body was discovered on the property but had yet to be identified by authorities.
According to a warrant released on Monday, and reported by Fox News, “Wahhaj told the boy’s mother he wanted to perform an ‘exorcism’ on his then-3-year-old son because he believed he was ‘possessed by the Devil.’ The boy suffered from seizures and couldn’t walk…

If the case couldn’t get any grimmer, the New York Post discovered that Wahhaj’s father (who shares the same name) was named “as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. He also was a character witness in the trial of convicted terror plotter Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman.

When Wahhaj was taken down by authorities, he was armed to the teeth, according to the Sheriff’s Office…
While all three networks dedicated time to the story over the last couple of day, none of them had mentioned the ties to radical Islam. It would be one thing to not report it if it was pure speculation, but since the Taos County Sheriff’s Office came out and declared them “extremist[s],” it was a key detail that needed to be included….
I have to ask, Why haven't we heard from the Muslim Groups. 
Where is the Muslim Organization Called (CAIR) The Council on American-Islamic Relations.

They have not Condemned this, I mean, Obama had representatives for CAIR giving him advice and he had members of the Islamic Brotherhood there also.
Obama respected their advice and guidance.
So, I ask everyone, where is the Outcry from the Muslim Community? 
You trying to tell me, These Camp Just Came into Existence since Trump became President? 
How many more are there and does the Muslim Organization CAIR know of them?
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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From Wednesday, January 31, 2018.

Quote:Training Camps in America.

'Newly-released FBI documents obtained by Clarion Project confirm Clarion’s reports that Jamaat ul-Fuqra
is training members in isolated communes across America and Canada.
The group’s “Islamberg” headquarters in upstate New York is its most well-known “Islamic village.”

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This knife was one of the many weapons found in the Fuqra compound in Colorado.

Fuqra, which now goes by the name of the Muslims of the Americas (MOA) among other titles, is a cultish
Islamist group with a history of crime and terrorism. The group is led by Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani in Pakistan.

Gilani’s name appeared in headlines in 2002 when Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was abducted
and beheaded on his way to interview Gilani, though the radical cleric was never accused of an involvement
in those crimes.

The first FBI document is dated November 27, 2009 and labels the Muslims of the Americas, Inc. as “armed
and dangerous.” It begins by summarizing the group’s consistent history of extremism, terrorism and crime:

“Jamaat ul-Fuqra, aka Muslims of the Americas (MOA), have a history of
violence and/or violent acts. 
Use extreme caution when dealing with
confirmed members or individuals who are believed to be associated

with this group”

The report says that Sheikh Gilani is “thought to be supportive of al-Qaeda,” perhaps referring to the group’s
links to al-Qaeda affiliates like Hizbul Mujahideen, to which Fuqra has a history of ties and publicly supports
even today.

FBI documents from 2003 that Clarion released in December 2016 mentioned Fuqra’s links to al-Qaeda in
Pakistan and use of fronts like security companies in America.

Another newly-released document from December 2010 explicitly refers to “the Muslims of the Americas
[aka Fuqra] terrorist organization” and states:

“The MOA [Fuqra] is composed primarily of black American Muslim converts, many who converted to Islam
while in prison. Many MOA members reside in rural communities (jamaats) to live and worship free from
non-Muslim influence.

The MOA jamaats are located on land that has been privately owned or rented by members.
Each jamaat usually has numerous trailers where members reside, a mosque, and a guard post, some with
armed guards, at the entrance to the properties. These communities, similar to commune type facilities,
have women and children residing in them with the children being homeschooled.

Organized training is also conducted to include weapons training, tactics, hand-to-hand combat, rappelling,
and live-fire exercises.” We have posted these declassified reports  on, Clarion Project’s
comprehensive website about the group.

Fuqra has a documented history of conducting basic paramilitary training in America and elsewhere, including
more advanced training in Pakistan and Kashmir.

Gilani appeared in a secret video in the early 1990s offering to use Fuqra offices to provide guerilla training
to aspiring jihadists. Clarion Project also released a video from 2001-2002 showing women in military attire
getting training at Islamberg.

One of Fuqra’s terrorist-training camps, a 101-acre tract of land in Colorado, was raided in 1992.
It was subsequently abandoned by the group, as reported in this recent KRDO news report with Heather Skold.
You can see pictures from the investigation into the Colorado Fuqra camp on the Fuqra Files website.

Fuqra fugitives from the training camp were even the subject of an episode of America’s Most Wanted in 1994.

Although these FBI documents from 2009-2011 state that Fuqra has about a dozen “jamaats” in America,
the group itself claims to have 22 “Islamic villages” in America alone. The locations for these “Islamic villages”
are identified as “Islamberg” in New York, as well as other villages in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia,
Tennessee, Texas, Michigan, Canada and Trinidad and Tobago.

The group also has operations in Pakistan, Kashmir, Canada, Trinidad, Venezuela and elsewhere (Fuqra has
a history of being secretive and deceptive about its locations).

FBI reports from a 2003-2007 investigation in Texas warned, “The MOA [Fuqra] is now an autonomous
organization which possesses an infrastructure capable of planning and mounting terrorist campaigns
overseas and within the U.S.”

That infrastructure can legally operate because Fuqra is not designated as a Foreign Terrorist Organization
by the State Department. The Treasury Department has not sanctioned the group’s overseas leaders and
entities, either.

Over a dozen North American Muslim groups have joined Clarion Project in asking the U.S. State Department
to look at designating Fuqra as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.

The Justice Department’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms recently confirmed to Clarion Project that it
still has Fuqra members under investigation. ATF has prosecuted Fuqra members on firearms-related charges,
including illegal possession of guns.

Clarion Project also recently reported that Fuqra’s General Counsel, Tahirah Amatul-Wadud, is running for
Congress in Massachusetts...'

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Here is some news.
Quote:Grandfather: Remains at New Mexico compound are missing boy
Quote:TAOS, N.M. (AP) — A severely disabled Georgia boy who authorities say was kidnapped by his father and marked for an exorcism was found buried at the ramshackle compound in the New Mexico desert that has been the focus of investigators for the past week, the toddler’s grandfather said Thursday.
So, how did his Grandfather know that was the Boy?
Quote:The missing boy’s grandfather, Siraj Wahhaj, a Muslim cleric who leads a well-known New York City mosque, told reporters he had learned from other family members that the remains were his grandson’s.

The imam said he did not know the cause of death.
Yes, he told reporters and How long had he known? His family members knew and told him, how long have they Known!!??
I Grandfather, who is a Cleric at a Mosque that was also visited by a number of radicals over the years.

Quote:Speaking at his Brooklyn mosque, the elder Wahhaj said he had no knowledge of any such training.

“It sounds to me it sounds crazy. But I don’t know,” he said. “I make no judgments yet because we don’t know.”

The imam’s mosque has attracted a number of radicals over the years, including a man who later helped bomb the World Trade Center in 1993.
In a video posted Thursday on Facebook, mosque spokesman Ali Abdul-Karim Judan called the case a “domestic situation” and vehemently denied it had anything to do with extremism.

“None of the charges had anything to do with anybody teaching anybody shooting to commit acts of terrorism or to go in and shoot up any school,” he said. “Because it’s a Muslim and the circumstances that are surrounding their situation, they want to change the narrative.”

The elder Wahhaj said all 11 of the children, ages 1 to 15, were either his biological grandchildren or members of his family through marriage.
“I’m very concerned with the condition of my grandchildren,” he said.
Sounds Like Denial, But I have a Hunch, he Knew and Knows More Than What he Is Saying!  Sick, religious Bastards! tinyangry
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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Linda Sarsour, Muslim candidate, is tied to father of Jihadi who trained children to become "school shooters" in New Mexico. 
How interesting, but not surprising! tinysure 

Quote:...Democrat surrogate and Women’s March organizer Linda Sarour and several Muslims who are currently running for Congress and Governor in the United States are also tied to  terror-tied Wahhaj.

On July 1, 2017, Linda Sarsour gave a speech at the 54th Annual Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) Convention in Chicago. During that speech, Sarsour not only infamously called for Muslims to carry out Jihad against President Trump, but she also used her speech as an opportunity to introduce Abdul El-Sayed to more Muslim organizations in an attempt to help Abdul fundraise for his gubernatorial campaign.

While giving her speech, Sarsour called on the Muslims in attendance to support Abdul El-Sayed.

After endorsing El-Sayed on stage at the ISNA Conference, Sarsour, during the same speech took several minutes to praise Imam Siraj Wahhaj, who is a terrorist co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing, calling him her “mentor” and “favorite person”.

Well, of course he was one of her favorite people!  This is who the liberal idiots want to put into our government offices People!  Wake up and smell the coffee for goodness sake before it's too late!  

Ugh...   mediumfacepalm I've been triggered, so if you want to read the entire disgusting truth/article, click here:
Linda Sarsour, Muslim Candidates Tied To Father Of Jihadi Who Trained Children To Become “School Shooters” In New Mexico
(08-10-2018, 04:48 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Linda Sarsour, Muslim candidate, is tied to father of Jihadi who trained children to become "school shooters" in New Mexico. 
How interesting, but not surprising! tinysure 
...Well, of course he was one of her favorite people!  This is who the liberal idiots want to put into our government offices People!
Wake up and smell the coffee for goodness sake before it's too late!

You don't have to physically invade a country anymore to control it.
An even steady drip of changing the culture and laws will do it every time, just ask the UK.

This was supposed to be the essence of the 'Breakaway Society', the masses are bogged-down
with the ranting about the small-things and the elites enjoy being above the chaos.
But the mental -perception of the class-barrier has to be strong enough that it's feared by all and
accepted has just part of life.

Your President is ruining that plan.
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@Mystic Wanderer  "Ugh...   [Image: mediumfacepalm.png] I've been triggered, so if you want to read the entire disgusting truth/article, click here:"

Dear Mystic Wanderer, I understand, Set down and relax, have a nice tall glass of Jim Beam and Coke over Ice (Americans like ice) and watch an episode or two of The Lucy Show or Frazer.
That'll calm you, Then clean you guns, lightly oil all your ammunition and reload everything, Makes me Feel Better.  tinybigeyes
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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(08-10-2018, 05:45 PM)guohua Wrote: @Mystic Wanderer  "Ugh...   [Image: mediumfacepalm.png] I've been triggered, so if you want to read the entire disgusting truth/article, click here:"

Dear Mystic Wanderer, I understand, Set down and relax, have a nice tall glass of Jim Beam and Coke over Ice (Americans like ice) and watch an episode or two of The Lucy Show or Frazer.
That'll calm you, Then clean you guns, lightly oil all your ammunition and reload everything, Makes me Feel Better.  tinybigeyes

Sounds like a good plan.   minusculethumbsup   Heading that way now.   tinybiggrin
Thanks to Mystic Wanderer for the link.

Quote:New Mexico compound boy 'died during ritual ceremony'

'A boy whose remains were found in a remote desert compound in New Mexico died during
a "ritual ceremony", US prosecutors said. The boy's remains were discovered after police
rescued 11 malnourished children who were being held at the site.

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Suspects Siraj Wahhaj (L) and Lucas Morton.

Five adults have been arrested on charges of abusing the children -charges they have denied.
The district judge granted all five bail, ruling the prosecution had not conclusively proven they
were a threat...'

The dead kid found in the grounds of the compound may have argued that opinion.

'...Defence lawyers have argued that the prosecution are treating the five suspects unfairly
because they are Muslim - something prosecutors deny...'

Yes, that must be it.
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Quote:'...Police raided the compound, near Amalia, on 6 August as part of their search for a missing three
-year-old boy, Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj. Abdul-Ghani was not among the 11 children rescued from the
compound -but police later found the remains of a young boy there.

Abdul-Ghani's father, Siraj Wahhaj, is suspected of abducting the boy from his Georgia home in
December. He was arrested at the site, along with Lucas Morten, Jany Leveille, Hujhrah Wahhaj
and Subhannah Wahhaj.

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From left to right: Jany Leveille, Hujhrah Wahhaj, Subhannah Wahhaj.

Prosecutors had argued that the five were dangerous and should not be granted bail, because
they had trained the children to use weapons and carry out school shootings...'

And because they're Muslim and because being taught to perform school-shootings is a lesser-crime
and possibly 'cultural'.
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Quote:'..They also said that the remains found at the site belonged to Abdul-Ghani and that the other
said the boy had died during a "religious ritual... intended to cast out demonic spirits",
where Siraj 
Wahhaj had put his hand to his son's forehead, and recited verses from the Koran.

Abdul-Ghani suffered from seizures, but Mr Wahhaj believed the boy was possessed by the devil
and needed to be exorcised, court papers said.

An FBI agent told the court that after Abdul-Ghani died, the children were told he would return "as
Jesus" and tell them where to carry out attacks, an FBI agent told the court.
However, Judge Sarah Backus said that while the information she had heard was "troubling",
prosecutors had not proved that the defendants posed a threat to the wider community.

"The state alleges that there was a big plan afoot, but the state hasn't shown to my satisfaction,
in clear and convincing evidence, what that plan was," she said.
All five must wear ankle monitors and have weekly contact with their lawyers on bail, she ordered.

Defence lawyer Thomas Clark said the prosecution was using a double standard because the
suspects are "black and Muslim". "If these people were white and Christian, nobody would bat
an eye over the idea of faith healing, or praying over a body or touching a body and quoting
scripture," he said....'

In a shitty compound in the desert. Yes, this is normal. Eleven starving young people in rags,
a dead-and-assumed once-possessed boy and two men training the kids to shoot up schools.
Just another day in some parts of the world.

The Defence lawyer has a point though, if these had been anyone else except the people who
were committing the crime, these people wouldn't be accused of the crime.
It's nice to see that Clark's parents now know the tuition-fees they doled out for their son weren't
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Quote:'...He criticised the prosecution for what he said were suggestions that "when black Muslims do it,
there seems to be something nefarious, something evil"...'

This'll be the same excuse that's used to explain the worryingly amount of black males in the US
prisons. They're incarcerated because of their skin-colour, not because they committed crimes.

Quote:'...The discovery of the 11 children earlier this month had shocked many in the US.

Officers who discovered the children said they looked "like Third World country refugees not
only with no food or fresh water, but with no shoes, personal hygiene and basically dirty rags
for clothing".

Authorities had raided the site after receiving a message from someone that read: "We are
starving and need food and water."...'

Fancy assuming such a disparaging view based on visible evidence! In some countries in the
middle-east, this environment is normal and the Officers shouldn't judge just because the children
were pleading for help.

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Can you believe they let these people out on bail?!!   SERIOUSLY?!!!!!   tinywhat

Don't you think they might just be a tad bit of a flight risk?   mediumfacepalm Arrgghh!  Hurry and drain that swamp Mr. President!

I can't copy/paste the article here, so click the link to read: 
Judge sets bail for adults arrested at New Mexico compound

They were really quick to destroy the evidence, weren't they?   smalltappingfoot 
Remind you of any other establishments that were destroyed when the truth was being brought forth? 

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Quote:One day it was there and the world shuddered at its existence — and at the understanding of the horrible events that occurred inside its fragile walls.

And now the controversial makeshift compound in rural New Mexico is practically gone, virtually bulldozed to the ground, according to reports that are still emerging.
What’s going on?

Authorities recently found 11 children living in desperate and squalid conditions at this compound, where five alleged jihadi extremists were not only abusing them but also teaching them to use weapons — potentially for future school shootings — and to kill law enforcement officials, prosecutors said.

Adding further insult to injury, New Mexico Judge Sarah Backus on Monday made the decision to grant “minimal” bail for the five suspects. They were ordered released on a $20,000 signature bond — meaning they did not have to pay.
Quote:Authorities seized an RV at the New Mexico compound where five adults are believed to have been abusing 11 children. An underground tunnel at the site where remains of a 3-year-old were found is now buried in rubble. via @NBCNightlyNews
— NBC News (@NBCNews) August 16, 2018

And now reports are emerging that the compound has been razed — the latest controversial development in this bizarre and tragic case.
“Mounds of rubble and a gaping hole” are now showing up where the compound had been, NBC News reported late this week.
The news organization also said, “The RV at the center of this compound has been ripped out.”- READ MORE
The body of the child they found, was the little boy that went missing and they said it looked like the little boy was used in a Ritual Murder.
That is Disgusting.
They should all be put to Death, If the State doesn't have the Balls to do it, Let Me!  tinyangry

I can't believe that liberal Judge allowed These Scumbags to be released on Bail.  tinywhat that was a Mistake!
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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Islam does not use terror or terror attacks. Only non muslims see the normal behavior of islam as terror.  minusculebiggrin  minusculebonker
(08-20-2018, 11:35 AM)Wallfire Wrote: Islam does not use terror or terror attacks. Only non muslims see the normal behavior of islam as terror.  minusculebiggrin  minusculebonker

Yeah, and they keep telling us it's a religion of peace!
It refuses to adhere to the principle of self-accountability, a flaw that shows its arrogance.
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They seem to have stopped using the term "religion of peace" (ROL), I wonder why
Illegal entry to a country, firearms and ammunition, starving children allegedly being taught how to perform school
-shootings on property the adults did not own and a dead kid stuffed under a pile of shit in a tunnel -and who was
supposed to be possessed by demons... sounds like a simple case of Muslim-profiling!

But there's more to this that shows how strange the US law-system has become and how political correctness
has made the west a soft target for a takeover.

Here's the BBC's child-like look at the debacle.

Quote:New Mexico compound gang arrested by FBI.

'Five adults at a desert compound in New Mexico have been arrested by the FBI weeks after a judge received death
threats for granting them bail.

The two men and three women, residents at a site where 11 starving children and the buried remains of a toddler were
found, face conspiracy charges. Child abuse charges against the five were dismissed after a 10-day limit for a hearing
was missed by prosecutors.
They will now remain in custody pending a hearing in federal court on Tuesday.

The charges include unlawful possession of firearms by an illegal immigrant, which carries a maximum sentence of 10
years in prison, and aiding and abetting in the committing of an offence, the FBI said in a statement on Friday.

The accused had been under FBI drone surveillance at their remote compound north of Taos since May, according to
Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe.

Police raided the compound near Amalia in early August in the search for a missing three-year-old boy, Abdul-Ghani
 It was then that they discovered the remains of a young boy along with 11 malnourished children, who were
reportedly being 
held at the site. Police also seized "at least 11 firearms and a large quantity of ammunition".

The boy's father, Siraj Wahhaj, is suspected of abducting him from his Georgia home in December and was one of
the five 
arrested. He was detained at the site, along with Lucas Morten, Jany Leveille, Hujhrah Wahhaj and Subhannah

Protests over bail decision
On 13 August, Judge Sarah Backus granted bail to the five defendants after she said the prosecution had failed to
her that they were a threat to the community. The prosecution argued that all five adults were dangerous
and claimed they had 
trained the children to use weapons and prepare to carry out school shootings.

"The state alleges that there was a big plan afoot, but the state hasn't shown to my satisfaction, in clear and convincing
what that plan was," Judge Backus said. She ordered that all five must wear ankle monitors and have weekly
contact with their 

But her decision was met with protests including an email in which she was called an "Islamic terror sympathiser".
The Taos County court building was evacuated briefly on Tuesday after the threats.

Prosecutors talk of 'religious rituals'
Prosecutors also said that the remains found at the site were those of Abdul-Ghani and that the other children said the
boy had 
died during a "religious ritual... intended to cast out demonic spirits", during which Siraj Wahhaj had put his hand
to his son's 
forehead, and recited verses from the Koran.

Abdul-Ghani suffered from seizures, but Mr Wahhaj believed the boy was possessed by the devil and needed to be exorcised,
court papers said. However defence lawyers accused the prosecution of treating the five suspects unfairly because they are
-something the prosecutors deny.

Defence lawyer Thomas Clark said after the hearing that if the accused were Christian and white then "nobody would bat an
eye over 
the idea of faith healing". "But when black Muslims do it, there seems to be something nefarious, something evil,"
he said...'

I understand how we accept that the only difference between a lawyer and a shovel of shit is the shovel, but I'd find it a
bit-of-a-stretch for a shyster to chance his client's freedom on the 'It's 'cos he's black -race-card.
But like most reports the BBC churn out, when it comes to non-white criminals, a bit of a leeway is given.

CNN -in their similar fashion, at least provide a timeline to how a 35 year-old Haitian national -who was illegally in the
United States and could afford to visit Saudi Arabia, was able to drive around Georgia, steal his son using a 2005 gold
Jeep Liberty and then appear in Clayton County Alabama and overturn his  Ford Explorer on a highway a month later!
No arrest, no background check... 'cos he's black?

Here's CNN's take on it.

Quote:Timeline of what has happened in the New Mexico compound case.

Many questions remain since authorities searched a mysterious compound in New Mexico and discovered 11 emaciated
children there.

Why were the children in such condition? Why was the family settled there?
During a search inside the squalid compound, authorities also found the decomposed remains of a young boy later identified
as Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, the missing, 3-year-old boy who was allegedly abducted by his father, Siraj Wahhaj who now faces

Siraj Wahhaj is among the five adults accused of child abuse, which also includes his sisters Hujrah Wahhaj and Subhannah
Wahhaj, his partner Jany Leveille, and brother-in-law Lucas Morten. They have pleaded not guilty.
New details about the family are emerging in court, revealing a complex picture that includes the search for a missing toddler,
allegations of child abuse and religious rituals, including a belief that the young boy would become Jesus.

October 2017: Siraj Wahhaj returns from Saudi Arabia
After a trip to Saudi Arabia in October, Siraj Wahhaj said he wanted to stop giving his son, Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, medication
and perform rituals to "cast demonic spirits" out of his son's body, investigators were told, according to prosecutor John

The boy suffers from seizures, requiring constant care and medical attention, his mother, Hakima Ramzi, previously told CNN.
Abdul-Ghani has serious health issues from hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, she said. Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj was born August
6, 2014.

November 2017: Child is missing.
Abdul Ghani Wahajj (missing 3 year old) was not located amongst the 11 children found on the compound.
Abdul-Ghani, who was then age 3, left his Georgia home with his father, the boy's mother, Hakima Ramzi, told police.
They left in a 2005 gold Jeep Liberty, supposedly to go to the park, but never came back. Ramzi reported the child missing
days later.

"When I would ask (Wahhaj) where he was, he said he was on his way, he was coming soon, he was just keeping him for
the night," she told CNN. "I haven't seen him since then. ... I don't think his father would intentionally hurt him."
Police initially filed no child abduction report because Wahhaj and Ramzi were married.

December 13, 2017: A car accident in Alabama
Almost two weeks after Abdul-Ghani's disappearance, Wahhaj flipped a Ford Explorer on Interstate 65 in Chilton County,
Alabama, north of Montgomery, according a police traffic report. Wahhaj told police he didn't recall what caused the
single-vehicle crash.
He said he left the roadway and when he attempted to swerve back onto I-65, the Explorer rolled and came to rest on its
roof, the report said.

The police report states the only victims of the crash were a 5-year-old boy and Jany Leveille, one of the women arrested
in the New Mexico compound. Both were taken to a hospital.
At the time of the accident, the group told police they were headed to New Mexico to go camping.

There were six other children in the car, ranging in age from 3 to 15. The birth date listed for the 3-year-old didn't match
Abdul-Ghani's birthday. The group was picked up by Lucas Morten, the other man who would be arrested with Wahhaj in
the New Mexico compound, after the accident, reported CNN affiliate KOAT.

January 2018: New Mexico compound appears
An arrest warrant for Siraj Wahhaj and a pick up order are issued for Abdul-Ghani, the missing child, in Clayton County
Georgia, on January 9. The family arrived in New Mexico around January, one of the children found in the compound
told FBI Special Agent Travis Taylor.

Jany Leveille believed she had a message from God that they needed to move from Georgia to New Mexico, the child
told the agent.
When the demons were expelled from Abdul-Ghani's body, he would become Jesus and he would instruct the adults
on the compound which "corrupt" institutions to get rid of, such as the military, law enforcement and financial institutions,
Taylor said in court.

Meanwhile, a New Mexico couple discovered a compound built on their property in Amalia. Tanya and Jason Badger said
they saw a boy they thought was Abdul-Ghani in January and February. 

Spring 2018: Property owners say they alerted police
The Badgers said they realized the boy they saw may be the missing child in late April or early May after they searched
Siraj Wahhaj's name and saw a warrant out for his arrest. The Badgers said they reached out to authorities in New Mexico
and Georgia and gave the sheriff's office permission to search the property.
The property was not searched until August 3.

Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe defended the decision not to search the compound earlier.
"Had we have gone on that property based on a consent from an owner that was not an occupant of that property, we would
not have valid right to be there and therefore the fruits of the unlawful tree would have come into play and we would have lost
anything we could have possibly been able to criminally charge," he told CNN.

May 2018: Surveillance starts at compound
New Mexico authorities suspected Wahhaj and his son were at the compound after learning about the abduction.
FBI surveilled the property for weeks starting in May, Hogrefe said.

June 2018: Eviction notice served
A sheriff's deputy went to the New Mexico compound to serve an eviction notice.
The horrifying conditions that investigators later encountered didn't prompt more immediate action, Hogrefe said, because
no children were spotted the day the eviction notice was served.

August 2, 2018: A tip is received
The Taos County Sheriff are tipped off by a Georgia detective that had information to believe a message sent to a third party
from that compound/general area said in part "we are starving and need food and water."
The tip about possible starving children prompted the search warrant that was executed the following day.

August 3, 2018: Compound searched
Authorities raid the compound in Amalia as part of their search for Abdul-Ghani.
There they found 11 emaciated children. The kids are turned over to child welfare authorities.
Abdul-Ghani was not among the 11 children found that day.
During the raid, Wahhaj was "heavily armed with an AR-15 rifle, five loaded 30-round magazines, and four loaded pistols,
including one in his pocket when he was taken down," according to the Taos County Sheriff's office.

All five adults are eventually charged with 11 counts of child abuse. Morten is also charged with harboring a fugitive.
Siraj Wahhaj is also charged on suspicion of knowing that he was committing custodial interference with Abdul-Ghani.
The three women arrested during the raid are believed to be the children's mothers.

August 6, 2018: A boy's body is discovered
Three days after the search warrant is executed, authorities came back to the site and found a young boy's remains in
the inner portion of the compound. The child's body is buried under human waste inside a 40-yard long tunnel underneath
the compound.

Abdul-Ghani would have turned four years old the day the remains were discovered. A teenager rescued from the
compound said that Abdul-Ghanidied in one of the religious rituals, an FBI agent testified.

August 13, 2018: Bond set at $20,000
All five suspects arrested at the compound appear in court for their pretrial detention hearing to determine whether they
should remain in custody. Judge Sarah Backus denies the prosecutor's motion to hold all five compound suspects until
their trial and gives them $20,000 bond under certain conditions.

Citing their lack of criminal history, Backus said the state did not prove the defendants would be a danger to the community
or to the 11 malnourished children found at the compound.

August 16, 2018: Boy's remains identified as Abdul-Ghani
Authorities identified the body of a boy found at the compound as Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, the missing 3-year-old.

Anyone think this is a normal play-out of this kind of situation?! Where did all the money -needed to do all this, come from?
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