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New Mexico Jihadi Compound Mysteriously Destroyed by Authorities

Criminal hands locked in handcuffs. Close-up view

The government’s handling of this case is getting weirder and weirder, first with a judge allowing the alleged terrorists to walk, and then the authorities inexplicably bulldozing their compound:

New Mexico authorities have executed a court order to destroy an encampment where the son of a famous New York Imam ritualistically murdered his three-year-old son and trained nearly a dozen other children to commit school shootings, according to Taos, NM prosecutors.

The decision to raze the compound is the latest controversial development in the case, after New Mexico judge Sarah Backus on Monday ordered four out of five alleged Muslim extremists free on a $20,000 “signature bond” (meaning they didn’t have to pay), including the suspect in his son’s murder, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj.

NBC News reports that police seized an RV where eleven children and five adults lived in what was described as squalor, while also bulldozing the entrance to an underground tunnel where authorities found the decomposing body of three-year-old Abdul-ghani Wahha – placed there by the suspects in the hopes that he would resurrect as Jesus and use his psychic powers to help the group target “corrupt institutions and people” with “violent actions.”

A little noticed story from Breitbart also suggested the Jihadis may have been led by a Hatian whose “immigration status was unclear,” so probably an illegal.

 
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