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    Unbelievable: New Mexico Judge Allows Jihadis Released on Signature Bond…




    Unbelievable: New Mexico Judge Allows Jihadis Released on Signature Bond…

    Posted on August 14, 2018 by sundance
    Unbelievable. Just unbelievable. The five extremists of the New Mexico jihadist compound, where a 3-year-old was murdered, are being released from custody pending trial without any bail whatsoever. They are free on a a mere signature bond; a promise to return for trial.

    (Via Daily Caller) A New Mexico state judge ruled Monday that five alleged Muslim extremists accused of training children to conduct school shootings do not have to remain in jail while they await trial for child abuse.


    Judge Sarah Backus released the five defendants, Siraj Wahhaj, Hujrah Wahhaj, Subhannah Wahhaj, Jany Leveille, and Lucas Morten, on a $20,000 “signature bond,” according to the Albuquerque Journal. That means that the defendants will not have to pay money unless they violate the conditions of their release. (read more)

    Remember, this is the same DOJ/FBI who cleared the compound and then had to return because the property owner found weapons and ammunition missed by local, state and FBI investigators. While contemplating their release, let that sketchy aspect sink in.



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    Judge says the defendants didn't have a criminal history. Says the state wants her to make a leap based on troubling facts, but she didn't hear a plan that was being made by the state.


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    BREAKING: TAOS JUDGE allowing bond and conditions of release in the #NMCompound case- $20,000 + list of conditions. Says state failed to prove the defendants should remain in custody until trial. @NBCNews
    8:21 PM - Aug 13, 2018


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    BREAKING- Defense attorney says suspects will most likely be released from custody tomorrow. Unclear what will happen to Siraj Wahhaj who may have a fugitive warrant out of Georgia. #NMCompound @NBCNews


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    BREAKING: The suspects in the #NMCompound child abuse case will be released on a signature bond. THAT MEANS THEY WILL NOT HAVE TO POST ANY MONEY TO BE RELEASED.
    8:57 PM - Aug 13, 2018 · Taos, NM


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    Quick note on NM law... Burden is on prosecution to prove a defendant is so dangerous that no other condition of release, pre-trial, will reasonably protect public safety. State must prove by clear and convincing evidence. #NMCompound @NBCNews


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    States partial summary of proffered facts... This was the motion for today’s detention hearing with timeline. pic.twitter.com/tMduubmL9h
    11:41 PM - Aug 13, 2018 · Taos, NM





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    States partial summary of proffered facts... This was the motion for today’s detention hearing with timeline. pic.twitter.com/tMduubmL9h


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    Some of the firearms with mounted scopes that were found at the compound pic.twitter.com/LYPdXfkmwU
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    Hope FBI is tracking them, pull the van over, THROW them in it and haul them off to PRISON!
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    Mods---Please move to other as I mistakenly put in wrong thread.
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    Unbelievable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!

    We'll never see them again.......gone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoptheinvaders View Post
    Mods---Please move to other as I mistakenly put in wrong thread.
    Moving from News to Other Topics.
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    Father of missing 4-year-old won't get out of New Mexico jail after all

    Officials have not confirmed that the remains found at the New Mexico compound belong to the missing Clayton County boy


    Author: Michael King, Jon Shirek
    Published: 2:26 PM EDT August 14, 2018
    Updated: 2:56 PM EDT August 14, 2018


    ALBUQUERQUE, NM -- A metro Atlanta man, granted bond with four other people after they were charged with 11 counts of child abuse during a raid on a New Mexico compound, won't be getting out of jail after all.

    Although Subhanah Wahhaj, Hujrah Wahhaj and Jany Leveille along with metro Atlanta residents Lucas Morten and Siraj Ibn Wahhaj were each granted $20,000 signature bond following a four-hour hearing on Monday, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj will be held because he is also wanted on a Georgia warrant which alleges he abducted his then-3-year-old son from Jonesboro last December.


    RELATED | New Mexico suspects granted bond as dark details about rituals involving missing 4-year-old emerge

    The boy was not among 11 children freed during the raid, but authorities said the remains of a child were discovered at the New Mexico compound. Statements given to police in New Mexico indicate the boy, Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, died during a ritual there last February. Officials have yet to confirm that the remains are those of the missing Clayton County boy, however.


    During Monday's hearing, prosecutors presented evidence which said the children were taught how to load and fire assault weapons at the compound. Officials presented additional evidence which included manuals on how to build untraceable weapons.

    READ | 5 new things to know about the New Mexico compound case


    Various weapons and types of ammunition were found at the compound during the August 3 raid. They also said at least one of the children was armed at the time of that raid. Since the raid, the 11 children found there, ranging in age from 1 to 15, have been placed in state custody.




    According to testimony from an FBI who interviewed two of the 11 children, rituals were performed on the 3-year-old which began in Georgia to allegedly expel demons from Abdul.

    MORE | New Mexico child's remains are those of missing Georgia boy, grandfather says

    AND | Mom of missing boy 'struggling to come to terms' with possibility her son is deceased

    One of the children reportedly told the FBI agent that the boy's heart stopped beating during one of these rituals in February, and that his body was later buried at the compound.


    According to Albuquerque TV station KOB-TV, defense attorneys insisted that the state's case was racially and religiously biased against their clients, saying that if the suspects were white, Christian and had guns, "we might not be here today."

    New Mexico State District Court Judge Sarah Backus was not swayed by the evidence presented by the prosecution during the hearing and allowed the defendants to be released of jail on a $20,000 signature bond and said they would have to wear ankle monitors. She also says any visits with children by any of the defendants would have to be supervised.

    Siraj Ibn Wahhaj would not be eligible to be released, however, due to his Georgia charges.

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    The remaining detainees are currently still in custody, the sheriff said.

    Woman arrested at 'extremist Muslim' New Mexico compound moved to ICE custody

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    Remains found in New Mexico desert tunnel are missing boy

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    The Associated Press16 Aug 2018SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Forensic investigators said Thursday they identified the remains of a Georgia boy whose father is accused of abducting him and performing purification rituals on the child as he died at a remote New Mexico desert compound. The cause of the child’s death remained unknown.


    The body of Abdul-ghani Wahhaj (ahb-DOOL’ GAH’-nee wah-HAJ’) was found Aug. 6 in an underground tunnel. It was so severely decomposed that investigators could not determine how the severely disabled boy reported missing in December had died, New Mexico’s Office of the Medical Examiner said in a statement.


    The office did not immediately respond to emailed questions on what else the office will do to try to determine the cause of death, but a prosecutor said no charges regarding the death are imminent because officials still don’t know how the boy died.


    “All we have is a positive ID,” Donald Gallegos, the district attorney for Taos County in northern New Mexico, said in an interview. “We’ll need something else, actual cause of death, manner of death.”


    Authorities have said they believe Abdul-ghani died in February, when he was 3.


    The boy’s father, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj (see-DAHJ’ IBN wah-HAJ’), was among five people arrested on suspicion of child abuse at the compound near the Colorado state line, where authorities say 11 hungry children were found living in filth during a raid earlier this month. Subsequent interviews led sheriff’s deputies to the body in a tunnel.


    Prosecutors seeking to keep Sarij Ibn Wahhaj and four members of his extended family behind bars said in court on Monday that Wahhaj had been training some children at the compound to use firearms and carry out attacks on an anti-government mission that might target schools.


    An FBI agent, citing interviews with two children from the compound, said Abdul-ghani died as relatives performed a ritual on the boy to cast out demonic spirits while reading from the Quran.


    State District Court Judge Sarah Backus on Monday said the evidence provided by prosecutors was troubling but did not indicate any clear threat to public safety from the defendants, who have no criminal records.


    She admonished prosecutors for apparently expecting her to take the defendants’ Muslim faith into account in her decision.


    Defense attorneys disputed accusations of neglect and said guns on the property were legally owned.


    The judge’s order cleared the way for the release of three defendants — two women and one man — on house arrest with ankle monitors.


    But they had not been released as of Thursday amid concerns about their safety, in part stemming from threats of violence against Backus based on her pre-trial release order.


    Siraj Ibn Wahhaj will continue to be held on a warrant from Georgia that accuses him of abducting his son from the boy’s mother. Defendant Jany Leveille, a native of Haiti, has been transferred to the custody of federal immigration authorities.


    Gallegos said his office will appeal Backus’ decision to allow the release of the three suspects.


    “We gave her all the evidence we needed to and some of the evidence wasn’t allowed,” he said. “We’ll just see what another set of eyes and ears has to say.”


    Abdul-ghani went missing from Jonesboro, Georgia, last year. Authorities say Siraj Ibn Wahhaj told the boy’s mother he was taking the child to a park and didn’t return.


    The mother, Hakima Ramzi, now has “some sense of closure in this matter,” said her lawyer, M. Khurram Baig.


    He said she will cooperate with authorities in their investigation of the death if asked and that her “attention will now turn toward giving her son a proper burial in accordance with Islamic traditions.”


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