Court documents released this week are revealing new allegations in the discovery of emaciated children at a New Mexico compound — including that at least one of the kids was being trained to commit school shootings, and that an adult buried a long-missing child there.
Authorities raided the compound near rural Amalia on Friday, rescuing 11 starving children and arresting two men and three women, Siraj Wahhaj; and his sisters, Hujrah Wahhaj and Subhannah Wahhaj; Lucas Morten; and Jany Leveille — all who are beign held in jail without bail.
The Wahhaj’s are the children of Imam Siraj Wahhaj, the first Muslim to offer an opening prayer before the US House of Representatives. Wahhaj was also a character witness for convicted 1993 World Trade Center bombing mastermind Omar Abdel-Rahman.
Authorities have said the adults and children were on a property with a makeshift shooting range and two main dwelling areas — a partially buried camper trailer surrounded in part by trenches and old tires, and a parked utility truck.
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