Earlier last week people were left speechless after a judge set the bail for the suspects in the New Mexico Muslim extremist compound case at a mere $20,000. The judge did so after she decided they didn’t present a specific threat to the public despite a dead 3-year-old child’s body being found in the compound.
Chicks On The Right is reporting that this case involves a staggering 11 cases of alleged child abuse and the police confirming that the children were being trained to be school shooters.
But now things get even dicier since according to new documents filed with the judge late last week, there was a planned terror attack on Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta by the people running the compound.
Court documents in investigation into a New Mexico compound reveal a planned terror attack on Grady Memorial Hospital. Same compound police said adults were training children to carry out mass shootings. Ahead on #SundayAM what those children revealed to federal investigators. pic.twitter.com/xlITbFyYiz
— Lauren Pozen WSB (@LaurenPozenWSB) August 26, 2018
Now you may be asking yourselves why did the duo want to attack the hospital? Easy, because they were unhappy with the treatment which Leveille’s her mother received while there, according to the documents.
Prosecutors are hoping this new information will change the judge’s mind about allowing some of the defendants to be released. Leveille is being held by ICE and her husband Siraj Ibn Wahhaj is being held in relation to the abduction of his son from the child’s mother in Georgia, the same 3-year-old boy whose remains were found at the compound.
The couple is now facing new charges in the death of his three-year-old son. They are now being charged with abuse which resulted in the death of the boy after other children who were being kept at the compound reported he died during a “ritual” to cleanse demons from his body.
The boy is said to have suffered from a condition that causes seizures and rendered him unable to walk.
Here is more on this case via AP News:
“The investigation into a group of starving children found in a desert compound in New Mexico took another dark turn Tuesday, when authorities said they found the remains of a young boy at the squalid property.
It’s not yet certain the remains are of Abdul-ghani Wahhaj, who would have turned 4 on Monday.
But Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe indicated the body appeared to be that of a boy similar in age to Abdul-ghani, who suffers from seizures and was reported missing in December after his father said he was taking him to a park in Jonesboro, Georgia, south of Atlanta.