Judge Dismisses all Charges Against 3 Extremists From New Mexico Terror Training Compound…

The sketchy story of the jihadist training compound in New Mexico takes yet another weird turn today.  A New Mexico judge dismissed all charges against three suspects tied to a compound where alleged Muslim extremists reportedly trained children to be school shooters.

New Mexico – District Judge Emilio Chavez on Wednesday dismissed charges against three of the five defendants, ruling that authorities violated the state’s “10-day rule.”

Child abuse charges against Lucas Morton, Subhannah Wahhaj and Hujrah Wahhaj were dropped because prosecutors missed the 10-day limit for an evidentiary hearing to establish probable cause.

The charges against fellow defendants, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj and Jany Leveille, remained. The suspects are accused of holding nearly a dozen children at the compound. The remains of a twelfth child were found on the compound.

The suspects were arrested by authorities after an early August raid following a monthslong search investigating the disappearance of Abdul-ghani Wahhaj, a 3-year-boy with severe medical issues who went missing from Georgia in December. Days later, a child’s remains were found on the property.

Health officials confirmed earlier this month that the discovered remains were positively identified as the 3-year-old’s. (read more)


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298 Responses to Judge Dismisses all Charges Against 3 Extremists From New Mexico Terror Training Compound…

  1. Justice reform begins in the NM desert. Every step of this case has been botched in different ways by different Fed and state law enforcement agencies. The system is fully broken by years of unchecked abuse. If it were a car it would be totaled.

    Liked by 26 people

    • Kintbury says:

      There is no way this judge should be allowed to stay on the bench regardless of who else screwed up. A child died and was buried on the site. I bet they never considered getting medical attention for him. They all need to hang.

      Liked by 19 people

    • davidb says:

      I wasn’t botched, it was intentionally sabotaged by the investigators, prosecutor, and the Judge. For what reason I can only guess……maybe they were employees of the false flag brigade. I don’t know.

      Liked by 10 people

    • All Too Much says:

      The prosecutor screwed this up so bad it could be argued he did it on purpose.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Bugsdaddy says:

        Wait a minute. Kidnapping is a federal charge. The child was moved from Georgia to New Mexico. The state statute has no bearing on those charges (help me out legal pros out there). Where the heck is the DOJ or District Attorney or whatever. Those charges should still be filed in Whatever federal District Court they are in. Just because The AG is asleep the DA shouldn’t be………..

        This is screwed up more than anyone thinks it is. If you or I were arrested for for anything you bet your sweet bippy there would be so many charges stacked against you you couldn’t count that high.

        One judicial system…….my ass. This is NOT the kind of crap I served to defend.

        Liked by 3 people

    • How can we possibly trust our federal and state law enforcement?

      Has the child’s cause of death been determined?

      This is insane. I mean INSANE.

      Liked by 4 people

    • The Demon Slick says:

      We expect CSI but we get the keystone cops. Watch for the state response. If the AG gets no grief for the botch, it’s coming from higher up. Missing an evidentiary hearing deadline in a high profile case is no accident. The compound was bulldozed awfully quick. Powerful people want no scrutiny of this.

      Liked by 3 people

      • cali says:

        @The Demon Slick: Methinks we have not heard the last of them.

        Mu hunch is that this case has been transferred to the appropriate feds dealing with these jihadist threats.


  2. TreeperInTraining says:


    In times like these, it might be nice to have Big Sis(Reno) back. She had a think for compounds and those living off the grid. Ahem.

    On a more serious note…I assume, like many others here, that there is an FBI asset here, somewhere. It’s the gold standard for everything FBI terror related for the last 2 decades.


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  3. I know that many say there are good reasons why Jeff Sessions can’t get more involved in the Justice Department, the FBI, etc.

    I know that there is some kind of plan involving 4D chess that my simple mind cannot comprehend.

    I realize that Sessions, Rosenstein and their thousands of employees maybe have their own priorities when it comes to Law and Order.

    But for the love of God, why can’t ANYONE in the Injustice Department do something about these murderous, child abusing, Muslim, terrorist THUGS before they take another life or plot another terrorist attack?? THIS IS HAPPENING RIGHT HERE IN F******G NEW MEXICO! Not iran. Not Afghanistan. RIGHT HERE IN THE US OF A.

    Is our system so BROKEN that these SAVAGES can just wander around freely and do whatever the hell they want, including abducting and KILLING CHILDREN and giving instructions in how to shoot up schools, etc.??



    Liked by 17 people

    • Lactantius says:

      Seneca the Elder, I applaud your anger. I share it. But it might involve “tearing a baby from its mother’s breast.” To a Progressive, you can’t do that even if the father is cannibalizing the baby’s left leg.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Roberta says:

      Many believe something IS being done and in such a way that JUSTICE and borders are secured for a long time. (BTW, it appears that this operation in NM, albeit looking suspiciously like an internal treasonous plan, WAS interrupted [by whom, really?] before another “terrorist plot” or another murder, came to fruition/)
      Often lost in the hue and cry is the PROMISE that the DOJ and FBI will be remade and restructured.
      The answer to your anguished questions, I believe, is that when our governing bodies have been so deeply infiltrated by agents of PURE EVIL at every level, when the POWER of the PEOPLE has been usurped for so long, the hammer cannot drop in a onesy-twosy manner. We want them ALL rounded up. No DEALS. No advance warning. We want ALL of those responsible for placing CIA/FBI assets to tear the republic apart, dead or suffering so badly that we will be safe for a long, long time.

      Liked by 7 people

    • kenji says:

      Chief … YOU speak for ME. Thanks.

      Liked by 2 people

    • ezpz2 says:

      AG Sessions could not be reached for comment because he was fast asleep from all the marijuana he’s been sniffing out.

      Liked by 2 people

    • hanna693 says:

      So agree, this compound needs to be closed down and destroyed. We will not let the U.S. be turned into another third world country, with arabs living in tents everywhere. Stop it now. Did Sessions say anything??

      Liked by 2 people

    • starfcker says:

      You have to start by firing a.Attorney General Rosenstein and his mascot Sessions. Until you do that simple thing nothing will change

      Liked by 2 people

  4. alliwantissometruth says:


    Police had to go in because they were frustrated with the FBI’s inaction
    FBI bulldozes the compound soon after
    Aren’t adults teaching children terrorist acts terrorists themselves?
    A dead child
    Judge gives them ridiculously low bond
    Prosecutors fail to act on a simple 10 day rule
    Judge drops all charges on 3 of them & some charges on the others
    What are these feral miscreants doing in our country in the first place?

    Verdict: Move on. Nothing to see here. Oh look, CNN has the Muppets on, who have some information about Trumps Russian Collusion

    Liked by 10 people

    • Justbill says:

      My wife is the kindest, most loving person you could imagine. She looked at me and said she wished we lived within a short drive of where this happened. And her intent was obvious.

      Liked by 2 people

  5. Minnie says:

    This is all beyond sickening. Due to a “technicality” – my arse!

    Until it happens, again!?!


    Liked by 7 people

  6. Lactantius says:

    There is “missing” back story to all of this.Progressivism and secular humanism have successfully corrupted “common sense” is ways that make us question the sanity of “diversity” which succeeds in making all of us philosophically weird.

    Anarchism is not a viable alternative to the “rule-of-law” and yet anarchism is given the status of being a “viable” philosophy which is then “protected” by the “rule-of-law.” In 1985, John Africa and his MOVE society of animists got to shooting at the cops and the City of Philadelphia fire bombed their row house and succeeded in burning down a whole city block and killing many people. John Africa’s widow survived and won a $1.5 million settlement for “excessive force.” The fundamentalist Muslims of Dearborn (Dearbornistan), Michigan operate under Sharia law and the rule-of-law America does not “interfere” with their “diversity” under Sharia. David Koresh and his Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas snuffed themselves in 1993 while under siege by the “rule-of-law”.

    We know very little about these jihadists in New Mexico, but there is no stomach for stirring up the Progressive frenzy-fest that will be the outcome of taking strong action. To paraphrase Victor Davis Hanson “diversity” and has now been stretched to denote so many things, and encompass so many paradoxes and contradictions, that it has become a concept that means nothing much at all.

    But count on the Progressives to be right there defending these people with liberal doses of “white supremacy” and “diversity” and “black lives matter” and “social justice” and “racism” and “xenophobia” and ……. It is all part of the Progressive game of polarization and stale mate. If these people were to cannibalize their children, it would be because of Trump and his deplorables.

    Just think of the major stink if ICE were to go in and scratch one of those marvelously diverse people.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. keeler says:

    While I generally refrain from the “X must have been a FBI informant/asset” mindset it strikes me as very convenient that prosecutors failed to follow a routine procedure, which provided cover for a judge to dismiss all charges against these three individuals.

    This, combined with other previously disclosed information about some of the suspects, makes me suspicious that some individual or individuals involved in this case are indeed LEO/intelligence assets and that there is some backroom horse swapping being conducted.

    Liked by 6 people

    • TreeperInTraining says:

      Curious, keeler…why do you refrain from the FBI preinvolvement/asset angle?

      It’s no longer a conspiracy theory. No tinfoil required.

      Think Garland, as an example.


      Liked by 4 people

      • keeler says:

        Generally, I come across such accusations when they are knee-jerk reactions made during or immediately following an event, often with little or no details to support them.

        Sometimes these accusations turn out to be supported by further details; other times they remain unproven. Sometimes subsequent information disproves the premise on which they are based.

        As such I am neither “pro” nor “anti” conspiracy theory. In the interest of keeping an open mind, I attempt to draw my conclusions based on available evidence with the caveat that such evidence, including and sometimes especially when coming from law enforcement agencies, may itself not always be complete or trustworthy.

        I prefer to work from the starting position of skepticism rather than assumption when it comes to “official stories”. This frees me from the burden of proving what may turn to be un-provable but avoids having to accept what may be a false narrative.

        As I have learned over the years we often never learn, nor sadly will ever learn, what “really” happened. However, paying attention to how officials react and shape their investigation often suggests coverup activity. I consider classic examples of this behavior to include the TWA 800 incident, the Benghazi attack, and the Mandalay Bay-Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting. In all such cases, it is not what the investigation produces but how it is conducted, or not conducted, which supports the case for a conspiracy.

        I get am getting a similar feeling from this case. However, that does not mean I believe a federal agency was training school shooters. Rather, I believe some agency may be trying to avoid public disclosure that it employs dirty intelligence assets.

        Liked by 2 people

        • New Nonna Again!!! says:

          Keeler, I really do believe there’s a fine line between being paranoid (conspiracy theorist) and being gullible/naive. The trick is to find that line. It’s a very delicate balancing act to find it.


  8. Molly Pitcher says:

    One other thing to note is that at least twice in the very recent past, the elder Wahhaj has been lauded as an icon in support of a couple of muslim people on the Dem horizon.
    I can’t remember their names at this moment…but the dad has managed to jettison his past friendship/involvment in the truck bomb world trade center incident..now he’s a wunnerful guy..so there’s that

    Liked by 3 people

  9. thedoc00 says:

    Something really stinks about this case. Prosecutors can not have been this inept. My strong personal suspicion is the FBI withholding evidence that collapsed and delayed their case.

    If this case does not go Federal, then there is something much bigger in play.
    Optimistically, consider this was a major INTEL sting the locals accidentally exposed, which is a very real possibility given Sessions focus on the border and criminal immigrants.
    Pessimistically: this broke up something more sinister sponsored by deep state feds.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      I guess Judical Watch is going to have to file another lawsuit to get to the truth either that or PT is going to have to declassify some more stuff.

      Liked by 2 people

  10. uptothere says:

    What the hell is going on with these wackadoodle judges? Go after Trump with both hands but allow obviously dangerous lawbreakers of scott free or bail next to nothing. Impeachment anyone?

    Liked by 2 people

  11. They will refile with “new” charges and get a new 10 day period.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      No body (it seems) is talking about HOMICIDE charges, against anyone, for the dead child.
      Religious feedom doesn’t cover it, as Christian Scientists who withold medical treatment for their children HAVE been charged.

      They HAVE the corpse, and the child’s medical records. Shouldn’t be a tough case to make “probable cause” in front of a Grand Jury, and indict.
      Homicide charges against all, SHOULD be grounds for no bail, as they can’t really point to ‘ties with the community’.

      WTF is up with this? Sure SOUNDS like one of those 3 was really a fib agent/ci.

      Best spin, they were watching these guys, and gathering evidence.

      Another Garland Texas?

      Liked by 4 people

      • Shadrach says:

        That spin isn’t good. There is a dead child involved here. Would that child still be dead if they stopped it rather than “watching and waiting”?

        Liked by 4 people

  12. PotP says:

    Time to recall McCloud from NY

    There be trouble in Taos

    Liked by 9 people

  13. Maquis says:

    This was not an accident.

    This was a willfull deliberate neglect of process to create this “technical glitch” in order to achieve this very result.

    Same reason the prosecutors were so pathetically incompetent at the very start.

    Stand by for the imminent return of “the children” to their jihad mentors.


    Liked by 7 people

  14. John55 says:

    “Probable cause”? They never needed any “probable cause” to investigate Trump and Trump’s associates. The mere hint of a suggestion of some vaguely made up theoretical crime was all it took. We still don’t know what “probable cause” existed to justly the appointment of Mueller.

    But the judiciary is much more protective of the rights of terrorists and child-kidnappers than they are the rights of Friends of Trump.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    This is only the beginning. Trust me. 😦


  16. Sketchy is an understatement. This camp was actually on neigbouring property. The rightful owners had tried to have them evicted. Also they reported seeing the son and father to police but nothing was done. I cant find the original report I read detailing the timeline but jihadiwatch has a good one.

    Liked by 5 people

  17. Tiffthis says:

    This is obscene

    Liked by 5 people

  18. Bo3484 says:

    There has to be a legal recourse here. This is not a criminal case of heinous crimes against children and plots against citizens to do harm.

    As much of a banana republic as we now are, you would think there is a limit to political justice that has been crossed in this case, right?

    Does any legal minds know of what legal avenues can still be executed to bring these people to trial?

    This ‘technicality’ can’t be the end of it.


    • Bo3484 says:

      I wish there to be editing here because auto-correct is ruthless.


      Liked by 2 people

    • Your Tour Guide says:

      There’s other plans these bastards had that they should
      all be in custody for. They were planning on attacking
      Grady Hospital in Atlanta.

      Grady( for non Atlantans) is the indigent “county”
      hospital for both Fulton and Dekalb Counties. It’s
      enormous: 1000 plus beds. Travesty doesn’t even begin
      to describe this nonsense.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Dutchman says:

      While there is no Federal statute against homicide, per se, several inmates in Federal prison for killing someone. (The kid).
      Technically, the were prosecuted for violating the victims civil rights.

      I kid you not. Couldn’t be prosecuted under State law, due to trchnicality, (like no body), but rules of evidence allowed for Fed prosecution for civil rights i.e. deprived victim of right to life, liberty, pursuit of happiness.

      So, creative prosecutors COULD find means to prosecute, but they obviously dont want to….

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dutch- we all know the prevailing wisdom in the InJustice Department as personified by Herr Mueller: show me the man and I will show you the crime.

        There is no way I will believe for one second that there was not SOME charge they could use to get these Muslim terrorist savages off the streets. BUT for some reason, the scumbags are not being prosecuted!!!

        How can it be that the FBI and Feds are using Gestapo tactics against fairly innocent white men like Paul Manfort and Michael Cohen who wouldn’t hurt a fly, yet they let they don’t lay a finger on child killing Muslim terrorists??

        This is beyond anything I have ever seen. If this is what passes for justice, law and order in the USA, our country is doomed.

        Liked by 1 person

    • jbowen82 says:

      They can go to a grand jury with the charges, like they should have done from the get-go. This dismissal is not a “double jeopardy” situation where the defendants get off scot-free. For the prosecutors to be so incompetent has to almost be intentional. Anyone who watches any of the Law & Order franchise knows what happens when the judge asks to see the evidence or the perp walks and McCoy has to come up with some incentive crime to keep the perp in jail.

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  19. Molly Pitcher says:

    Kidnapping. Took child across State lines. Squatting illegally on property. Stolen trailer. Squalid conditions. Children starving. Weapons training children. Denied 3yr old life saving meds. Child died during exorcism. Illegal burial. Plot to attack hospital and school.
    The sad thing is..it wasn’t just them that knew about these things. One of them talked to her brother daily allegedly.

    Nothing to see here………..

    Liked by 5 people

  20. foggyhorn says:

    It is interesting that the FBI refused again to investigate a highly suspect issue (terrorist/child abuse), and the New Mexico State and local police eventually intervened.

    We obviously have a bigger problem within our FBI/DOJ than just Comey, McCabe, Strozk, Mueller etc. Their corrupt influence has already extended levels below them.

    I just hope that we can recover as a Nation of established law and Constitutional principle vs just another passing Banana Republic, where Justice or Not (ie political exoneration) is only offered to Hillary & other Dems & bought and paid for operatives.

    Imo, we are possibly on the last freedom cusp of our own American National History. Our President is doing his best (sometimes he says too much on Twitter, but the vast majority of his posts are straight up & he is legitimately fighting for us and our Nation). He is trying to unleash our economy to outgrow the Huge National debt incurred over the last 12 years.

    Show up to vote for our President’s agenda and encourage others to vote too in November! Otherwise our American Republic may disintegrate into Venezuela …… a chaotic and lock and load society.


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  21. wtd says:

    And keep in mind, any remaining evidence is tainted since the site was razed August 15th and no authority is owning up to the order to raze this terror camp:

    NEW DEVELOPMENT: Authorities have partially bulldozed the #NMCompound – trailer that was the main dwelling on the property has been dragged out and seized. ammo/bulletproof vest/paperwork remain. @NBCNews

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    • churchmouse says:

      It’s a pity that Gadi Schwartz was sidelined in this story. Did he do too good a job?

      Check his tweets. He’s on the bench now and left to retweeting (omit * when copying and pasting):


      Ryan Laughlin is now covering the end of the New Mexico case:


  22. NM Deplorable says:

    This is all pretty standard in New Mexico now, which is why are crime right has shot way up. Albuquerque has the highest auto theft rate in the nation, it’s like 3 times more than the next highest.

    A couple of years ago their was a cop killed by an murderer out bail, so there was a big push to amend the Constitution to allow Judges more leeway to deny bail. It passed, but was in fact a lie as in practice now every criminal is released without bail. There are criminals who get arrested, released by a judge and rearrested for a new crime within the same day.

    There was also a NM supreme Court decision that requires cases to be dismissed if they are not tried within 10 days.

    So the NM justice system is fubared enough to do this for pretty much anything.

    Liked by 3 people

  23. MIKE says:

    I could tell from the git-go that this was never going to be a court case. A half-baked investigation after the ‘compound’ was discovered, no action taken when the property owners tried to get them evicted, no securing of the crime scene, no mention of holding anyone accountable for the child’s corpse that was found, a reporter pointing out to ‘officials’ more weapons and tunnels, etc., why, it is almost like federal officials didn’t even want to hear about discoveries.
    Were these terrorists somebody’s assets?
    Hello, John Brennan

    Liked by 3 people

    • Mike- you are spot on. If these are FBI or other “assets” what the hell do they consider “criminals??” Is it possible the Feds will condone murder and terror to supposedly stop something worse from happening??


      • Molly Pitcher says:

        well that’s a loaded question!! We’re definitely seeing how far the Feds have gone to stop PDJT…so in their warped view that must have been one of those something worse scenarios.

        Burn it down


  24. HHC - 2nd 16th says:

    Except for “protecting the FBI/DOJ institutions” absolutely nothing constructive will be done while Wray, Rosenstein and Sessions remain in power. Get used to it.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. jus wundrin says:

    There is something greater at work here than moronic ignorance and stupidity. This isnt an isolated geographical incident, but something that is happening all over in the ‘free’ western world. Being critical of islam in western countries can bring on a prison sentence and fines. Police and ‘authorities’ are either afraid of calling a spade a spade due to being labeled an islamophobe, or racist…or, perhaps, have taken their side due to their hatred of anything Judeo-Christian. Even Pompeo has found a soft spot in his heart for the radical muslims called the rohyinga. Islamic history is ripe with butchery and torture; all in the name to gather more adherents for allah. To be ignorant of this history is truly saddening. What we’re seeing here is spiritual warfare.


    • technoaesthete says:

      During the previous presidency, the standard operating procedures/manuals and definitions were gutted to not recognize the truth about obvious terrorists. They need to be revised back to the original versions.


  26. kea says:

    This is just too much… I’m just… yeah I’ve got nothing to add. This is shocking. Something needs to be done.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. fred5678 says:


    Just maddening.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. zephyrbreeze says:

    Unless you WRITE to your representatives on paper, through the mail…unless you hold meetings with your neighbors to protest this so that they write letters…unless you fund people to make a change….all this goes away….down a rabbit hole. I want the truth.

    Meanwhile, DCFS is pulling kids away from parents who let their kids play alone in the backyard, or take the dog for a walk around the block.

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  29. Are there any branches of government in NM that can look into this or are these psychotic killers truly going to just disappear and go somewhere else to spread their evil?


  30. Bogeyfree says:

    Did we ever get an answer on why they bulldozed the site so quickly?


  31. Mule Skinner says:

    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch has released hundreds of pages of FBI memos and other documents revealing that, in 2012, the agency purged its anti-terrorism training curricula of material determined by an undisclosed group of “Subject Matter Experts” (SME) to be “offensive” to Muslims. The excised material included references linking the Muslim Brotherhood to terrorism, tying al Qaeda to the 1993 World Trade Center and Khobar Towers bombings, and suggesting that “young male immigrants of Middle Eastern appearance … may fit the terrorist profile best.”
    Judicial Watch obtained the materials on January 15 and on April 16, 2013, pursuant to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit filed on July 18, 2012 (Judicial Watch v. Federal Bureau of Investigation and U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:12-cv-01183)). The original FOIA…… the rest of the article is here – – – – – https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/press-releases/documents-obtained-by-judicial-watch-reveal-fbi-training-curricula-purged-of-material-deemed-offensive-to-muslims/

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  32. Jessica's spirit says:

    So similar to the Jessica Chambers case in that the prosecutors seem to purposefully sabotage the case.


  33. Republicanvet91 says:

    What is the difference between the abuse and ultimately death of the child in NM and any child left in a hot car?

    Liked by 1 person

  34. myshariamoor says:

    Hey, DIMZ, PEDOBAMA & PEDO-JOE did this!


  35. Donna in Oregon says:

    We should remember that there were 2 attacks at the World Trade Center. The one in 1993 was viewed as a one-off…….

    This is a warning too…..


  36. moe ham head says:

    and the muslime community send a heartfelt thank you the FBI
    this smells like FBI just sayin they stink pretty bad


  37. In the most shocking development yet, the Daily Mail used the actual word “Muslim” in a headline to refer to the terrorist child killers.


    Liked by 2 people

  38. it makes me literally sick to my stomach to see these people wearing their traditional “garb” while in court. those 3 chicks are damn near completely wrapped head to toe. why? is the standard issue orange jumpsuit beneath their dignity?? i predict NOTHING will happen to the one thats been here illegally for 20 years. their lawyers will find some BS excuse like the paper work sent to inform her that her VISA was going to expire soon and what action to take wasn’t written in arabic or some shit. “Judge Emilio Chavez ruled that he could not keep the three in custody because prosecutors missed the deadline to establish probable cause for the neglect charges.” FFS, all they had to do was show pictures of the compound– that alone should have sufficed. this whole situation is insane.


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