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BAD News Out Of New Mexico- Here’s What We Know

Chris “Badger” Thomas RIGHT WING TRIBUNE

The three mothers of the 11 malnourished children found living in a filthy New Mexico compound were arrested and charged Sunday along with two men described as armed Muslim “extremists” after authorities raided the property in search of a 4-year-old boy.

Jany Leveille, 35; Hujrah Wahhaj, 38, and Subhannah Wahhaj, 35, were arrested and charged with neglect and child abuse of the children. The three women, who were found at the compound in Amalia, initially refused to answer any questions, Fox News reports.
This Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, photo released by Taos County Sheriff's Office shows Siraj Wahhaj. Wahhaj was jailed on a Georgia warrant alleging child abduction after law enforcement officers searching a rural northern New Mexico compound for a missing 3-year-old boy found 11 children in filthy conditions and hardly any food. The children ranging in age from 1 to 15 were removed from the compound in the small community of Amalia, N.M, and turned over to state child-welfare workers, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said. Hogrefe said the search did not turn up the missing boy, but that investigators had reason to believe the boy had been at the compound fairly recently. (Taos County Sheriff's Office via AP)
Taos County Sheriff’s Office
This Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, photo released by Taos County Sheriff's Office shows Lucas Morten. Morten was arrested on suspicion of harboring a fugitive after law enforcement officers searching a rural northern New Mexico compound for a missing 3-year-old boy found 11 children in filthy conditions and hardly any food. The children ranging in age from 1 to 15 were removed from the compound in the small community of Amalia, N.M, and turned over to state child-welfare workers, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said. Hogrefe said the search did not turn up the missing boy, but that investigators had reason to believe the boy had been at the compound fairly recently. (Taos County Sheriff's Office via AP)
Taos County Sheriff’s Office
Nearly eight months after a woman in Georgia reported that her 3-year-old son and his father were missing, Taos County Sheriff’s deputies on Friday stormed a makeshift compound in a remote northern New Mexico location and took the father into custody. The compound was stockpiled with weapons.
This Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, photo released by Taos County Sheriff's Office shows a rural compound during an unsuccessful search for a missing 3-year-old boy in Amalia, N.M. Law enforcement officers searching the compound for the missing child didn't locate him but found 11 other children in filthy conditions and hardly any food, a sheriff said Saturday. The children ranging in age from 1 to 15 were removed from the compound and turned over to state child-welfare workers, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said.in Taos, N.M. (Taos County Sheriff's Office via AP)

Taos County Sheriff’s Office

More recently, investigators with the Clayton County Police Department and the FBI began narrowing in on their whereabouts and determined Wahhaj was staying at an improvised compound in Amalia, near the Colorado border.

Taos Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said they believe the group made the compound – huts and trailers surrounded by tires and an earthen berm in the sparsely populated Costilla Meadows subdivision – and had been living there for some time.

The FBI had been surveilling the location, Hogrefe said, but did not believe they had enough probable cause to go onto the property.

But then, someone inside the compound was able to get a note to the outside world.

“The message sent to a third party simply said in part, ‘We are starving and need food and water.”

The FBI investigation revealed the residents of the compound were most likely heavily armed and considered extremist of the Muslim belief.   They believed that they needed to act quickly and needed to make sure they used the right tactics as the compound was designed to give the residents the advantage.

“We did an extensive search for the missing child, our primary target.  We certainly didn’t want to leave that place and leave a child behind and I’m confident we did not.  The child in question was not located at the compound.  The only food we saw were a few potatoes and a box of rice in the filthy trailer, But what was most surprising, and heartbreaking was when the team located a total of five adults and 11 children that looked like third world country refugees not only with no food or fresh water, but with no shoes, personal hygiene and basically dirty rags for clothing.

When the teams arrived, Wahhaj and Morton refused to comply with demands and we could see that Wahhaj was armed with an “AR-15 rifle, five loaded 30-round magazines, and four loaded pistols, including one in his pocket when he was taken down.  More rounds of ammo were found in a trailer buried in the ground. We didn’t have to go hands-on and no one got hurt, He was heavily armed but so were my guys, and my guys train for that stuff.” ~ Sheriff Hogrefe

He said the women refused to answer questions but have not been charged with any crimes.

Siraj Wahhaj, 40, the man suspected of abducting his son, is being held in the Taos County Adult Detention Center without bond on a warrant out of Georgia. Another man who was living at the compound, Lucas Morton of Atlanta, is charged with harboring a fugitive and is also behind bars, Albuquerque Journal News reports.

Mainstream media has gone away from reporting on Islam and their compounds in the United States even though they continue to grow in numbers.  According to the FBI:

The organization says it has a network of 22 “villages” around the U.S., with Islamberg as its main headquarters in New York. TheClarion Project obtained secret MOA footage showing female members receiving paramilitary training at Islamberg. It was featured on the Kelly File on FOX News Channel in October. A second MOA tape released by Clarion shows its spokesman declaring the U.S. to be a Muslim-majority country.

A 2007 FBI record states that MOA members have been involved in at least 10 murders, one disappearance, three firebombings, one attempted firebombing, two explosive bombings and one attempted bombing. It states:

“The documented propensity for violence by this organization supports the belief the leadership of the MOA extols membership to pursue a policy of jihad or holy war against individuals or groups it considers enemies of Islam, which includes the U.S. Government. Members of the MOA are encouraged to travel to Pakistan to receive religious and military/terrorist training from Sheikh Gilani.”

The document also says that, “The MOA is now an autonomous organization which possesses an infrastructure capable of planning and mounting terrorist campaigns overseas and within the U.S.” ~Clarion Project

 

Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

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