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New, Very Disturbing Details Emerge on 'Extremist Muslim' Compound—Yet Judge Issues Insanely Lenient Bond

Tré Goins-Phillips : Aug 14, 2018  Faithwire.com

Despite the disturbing details of the case ... Judge Sarah Backus, who admitted the information was "troubling," said prosecutors failed to convince her the five defendants were a threat to the community, Fox News reported. As such, she set a $20,000 bond for each suspect and ordered they be outfitted with ankle bracelets to monitor their locations and maintain weekly contact with their respective attorneys.

[Faithwire.com] The children discovered at the clandestine Islamic terrorist training camp in New Mexico earlier this month were, according to state prosecutors, trained to use firearms and taught tactical techniques to murder teachers, law enforcement officers and officials within other targeted institutions. (Image credit: KOB-TV/via Faithwire)

Despite the disturbing details of the case, though, Judge Sarah Backus, who admitted the information was "troubling," said prosecutors failed to convince her the five defendants were a threat to the community, Fox News reported. As such, she set a $20,000 bond for each suspect and ordered they be outfitted with ankle bracelets to monitor their locations and maintain weekly contact with their respective attorneys.

Further, Reuters reported that 3-year-old Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, who went missing in December 2017 and was the catalyst for the months-long search that led investigators to the "extremist Muslim" compound in Taos County, likely died as a result of a ritualistic ceremonies intended to "cast out demonic spirits."

Taos County Prosecutor John Lovelace described the events as "religious ritual[s]." Abdul's father, 39-year-old Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, refused to give his young son medication.

The remaining 11 children taken into custody during the raid of the compound in early August explained to investigators they were told Abdul, who allegedly died in February, would be resurrected as Jesus, who would tell them which "corrupt institutions" to attack, according to NBC News reporter Gadi Schwartz.

Interviews with children allege that rituals were performed on a small child named Abdul. The child died during one of these rituals.

The children told investigators they were told Abdul would be resurrected as Jesus and instruct them on what corrupt institutions to attack. Including teachers. The children were allegedly given tactical training on how to clear rooms and taught how to shoot firearms...

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