Federals Step In After Judge Dismissed Child Abuse Charges Against Muslim New Mexico Compound Suspects

It was reported that nearly a dozen children were discovered living in appalling conditions on a compound in rural New Mexico when authorities raided the property looking for a missing 3-year-old boy.

On Tuesday, the United State’s Attorney’s Office of the District of New Mexico made an announcement that a federal grand jury has indicted five suspects: Jany Leveille, 35, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, Hujrah Wahhaj, 37, Subhanah Wahhaj, 35, and Lucas Morton, 40, on firearms and conspiracy charges.

The indictment announced Tuesday means the law is taking another crack at three extremist Muslim New Mexico compound suspects after a judge dismissed all charges against them.

CNN reported on Aug. 29 that child abuse charges against three of the five suspects — Hujrah Wahhaj, Subhannah Wahhaj, and Lucas Morton — were dismissed by a judge because the county prosecutor failed to schedule preliminary hearings within the 10-day time frame required by New Mexico law for defendants held in custody. At the time, prosecutors vowed to bring new charges against all of the suspects in the case.

But, now according to the United State’s Attorney’s Office news release: ” The defendants were charged with “conspiring knowingly to provide an alien illegally and unlawfully in the United States, possession of firearms and ammunition. The conspiracy charge alleges that the defendants conspired to provide Leveille, an alien unlawfully in the United States, with firearms and ammunition from at least Nov. 2017 through Aug. 2018. The indictment alleges that, as part of the conspiracy, the defendants transported firearms and ammunition from Georgia to New Mexico in Dec. 2017. The indictment further alleges that, between Dec. 2017 and Aug. 2018, the defendants established a training camp and firing range in Taos County, where they stored firearms and ammunition and engaged in firearms and tactical training as part of their common plan to prepare for violent attacks on government, military, educational, and financial institutions,”

News station KQRE in Albuquerque reported that these five people did have sinister plans and weren’t just living a different lifestyle at a remote Taos County compound like their attorneys claim. According to federals, it was a training camp.

“A federal indictment states that since December, the group was trying to ‘recruit and train people, including children to engage in jihad.’ according to their report.”

“It goes on to state they wanted to train the army to die as martyrs in violent attacks on government, military, educational, and financial institutions.”

We still have law and order. About time someone got a backbone to stand up to these people. They should never have been let go the first time.

Funny how the left media isn’t publicizing this that much. This doesn’t fit into the MSM agenda and the left will try and make this all politically incorrect. If they were MAGA folks and were white I’m betting we’d never hear the end of this.

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Natalie Dagenhardt

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