The FBI just arrested all five “extremist Muslim” suspects after all charges had been dropped on Wednesday due to a technicality (see below).
In a statement released, the five were charged by the FBI with violating federal firearms and conspiracy laws:
“The defendants, Jany Leveille, 35, a Haitian national illegally present in the United States, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, Hujrah Wahhaj, 37, Subhanah Wahhaj, 35, and Lucas Morton, 40, are charged in a criminal complaint that was filed earlier today in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico.”
“The criminal complaint charges Jany Leveille with being an alien unlawfully in possession of firearms and ammunition in the District of New Mexico from Nov. 2017 through Aug. 2018. The criminal complaint charges the other four defendants with aiding and abetting Leveille in committing the offense, and with conspiring with Leveille to commit the offense.”
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The news that the judge in New Mexico just dismissed all charges against three of the five New Mexico extremist Muslims is shocking! The reason is even more disturbing!
According to Fox News:
Judge Jeff McElroy on Wednesday dismissed all of the charges against three of the five defendants arrested in connection to a New Mexico compound linked to “extremist Muslims” because authorities violated the state’s “10-day rule.” Under law, the state has to give the defendants a preliminary hearing within 10 days. The judge said it was a difficult decision to release the three but the rule left him with no option. The people of New Mexico need to rethink this ridiculous rule:
Lawyers for Lucas Morton, Subhannah and Hujrah Wahhaj argue the state violated their clients right to a preliminary hearing within 10 days.
— Brandon Evans (@BrandonKOAT) August 29, 2018
The child abuse charges against Lucas Morton, Subhannah Wahhaj and Hujrah Wahhaj were dropped, while those against fellow defendants, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj and Jany Leveille, remain.
CHARGES DISMISSED IN NEW MEXICO CASE:
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The five adults living at a New Mexico compound where 11 starving children were found allegedly planned to attack a major hospital in Atlanta, court documents show:
It is being reported at WSB-TV: A 10-page handwritten document found at the compound in New Mexico, “Phases of a Terrorist Attack.”, includes talk of confronting and attacking “corrupt” institutions, including Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital.
One of the five from the compound, Jany Leveille , “expressed her displeasure with Grady Hospital due to the treatment her mother received there.”
There are jokes about dying in jihad and the desire to be a martyr. Notes include information about an underground stash of weapons and ammunition. A plan of escape through a tunnel if police arrived was included in the document.
New court documents revealed these and other details in the case against five adults who lived in squalor with 11 starving children in a ramshackle New Mexico compound.
In a case infused with allegations of abuse and terrorism, prosecutors this week asked a judge to reconsider an order granting bond to all five adults arrested at the compound.
These five people were deemed not to be a threat? The judge let these people out on bond!
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The motion to detain the group arrested after a raid in New Mexico was denied today. It’s a shocker because of what was going on at the compound where a young boy died. Judge Sarah Backus said the suspects weren’t a danger to the community following testimony of what was going on at the compound.
The five suspects, Siraj Wahhaj, Hujrah Wahhaj, Lucas Morton, Jany Leveille and Subhannah Wahhaj face 11 counts of child abuse. The raid on the compound the 11 children lived in was filthy. The children were dressed in rags, had no shoes and little to eat. People on the scene said the children looked like Holocaust survivors.
Other than child abuse and a dead child found on the property, prosecuters presented a case of possible terrorist training for an attack but the judge rejected the claim…Insane!
The leader of the compound took weapons classes before he moved to New Mexico. The 11 children were taught how to load and fire assault rifles. A letter was found from the compound leader telling his brother to come to New Mexico to become a martyr.
When the tactical team raided the compound, they found children holding boxes of ammo and one teen claimed he was armed.
THE DEFENSE USED THE “WHAT IF THEY WERE CHRISTIANS” DEFENSE:
The Defense said that it’s “prudent” to teach children how to use a weapon. They tried to distance themselves from the weapons and then used the comparison to a Christian group who was armed. They basically tried to turn the tables to make this a Muslim vs Christian issue when it’s not.
Each of the 5 suspects was given a low bond and will wear an ankle monitor…The children are in protective custody with state welfare workers. Any visits to the children by the 5 suspects will be supervised.
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We’ve been reporting on this horrific story for a few days and it just gets worse and worse…The latest update is chilling:
The father of a missing Georgia boy was training children at a New Mexico compound to commit school shootings, prosecutors said in court documents obtained Wednesday
The documents say Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was conducting weapons training with assault rifles at the compound near the Colorado border where 11 hungry children were found in filthy conditions (photos below).
Prosecutors Timothy Hasson filed the documents while asking that Wahhaj be held without bail after he was arrested last week with four other adults facing child abuse charges.
Prosecutors did not bring up the school shooting accusation in court on Wednesday during an initial appearance by the abuse suspects.
Authorities say the remains of a boy also were found on the compound but have not been positively identified by medical examiners.
The child, Abdul-ghani Wahhaj (pictured above) went missing in December in Jonesboro, Georgia, near Atlanta.
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HERE’S WHAT THE MAIN STREAM MEDIA ISN’T TELLING YOU! The story below will have you asking how a Muslim compound like this can exist in America. Someone MUST have seen something and someone must know what happened to a young boy who is still missing! The missing 4-year old’s father was arrested at the New Mexico compound and isn’t speaking. He’s the son of an imam with a “checkered past”:
FIVE RELATIVES OF A VERY PROMINENT IMAM WITH A CHECKERED PAST WERE LIVING IN A SQUALID NEW MEXICO COMPOUND:
Siraj Wahhaj, is a well-known imam, who speaks at mosques across the country, including the Georgia and New York City locations of Masjid At-Taqwa.
Prosecutors named the elder Siraj Wahhaj — born Jeffrey Kearse — 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.
HOW COULD THIS COMPOUND EXIST AND THIS YOUNG BOY JUST DISAPPEAR?
While the main stream media has been focusing on the Muslim desert encampment discovered in New Mexico, a young boy is STILL missing.
A Georgia family is still looking for a young boy who has been missing since mid-December. Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj was last seen in on December 13th traveling with his father who was just found at a squalid encampment in New Mexico.
Eleven children and three adults were also found living in the filthy compound that was made from a makeshift berm of tires and an RV.
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There was little water and food for the children who were dressed in rags. Officials on the scene said the children looked like concentration camp survivors with ribs sticking out.
The missing child’s mother reported Siraj Ibn Wahhaj in December when he took his son claiming he would give the boy an exorcism because he was “possessed by the devil”. The boy suffers from mental and physical problems including seizures.
The authorities were alerted by someone within the compound who messaged that, “We are starving and need food and water.” The compound was searched and still the boy hasn’t been found. All of the 11 other children are in protective custody.
On Sunday, the Taos County sheriff announced 11 charges of child cruelty against all five adults: Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, Lucas Allen Morton, Jany Leveille, Hujrah Wahhaj and Subhannah Wahhaj.
Jany Leville is one of the three women arrested – all three women wore the traditional Muslim veil.
None of the adults will say where the missing four-year old is located…
The grandfather of the little boy, Siraj Wahhaj, is a well-known imam, who speaks at mosques across the country, including the Doraville and New York City locations of Masjid At-Taqwa.