The temporary closure of a New Mexico observatory last week sparked wide-ranging theories, especially after reports that federal authorities were involved.

The Sunspot Solar Observatory, located near the Sacramento Mountains, closed over an unspecified security issue, the facility said in a statement posted to Facebook on Sunday.

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson questioned the mysterious, unexpected, and swift closing of the observatory by the FBI:

“AURA, which manages Sacramento Peak with funding from NSF (National Science Foundation), is working with the proper authorities on this issue. We have no further comment at this time.”

Otero County Sheriff Benny House told the Alamogordo Daily News last week the sheriff’s office was asked to stand by and mentioned that the FBI was involved.

“The FBI is refusing to tell us what’s going on,” House told the newspaper. “We’ve got people up there (at Sunspot) that requested us to standby while they evacuate it. Nobody would really elaborate on any of the circumstances as to why. The FBI was up there. What their purpose was nobody will say.”  – Fox News

Could there be a connection to the compound in New Mexico that was raided last month, where starving children were found and radical Muslims were allegedly planning to attack a major hospital in Atlanta?

Last month, WSB-TV reported that a 10-page handwritten document found at the compound in New Mexico revealed “Phases of a Terrorist Attack.”,  including talk of confronting and attacking “corrupt” institutions, including Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital.

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.

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, prosecutors 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 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.


While the mainstream 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.

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.


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