What Absolutely NO ONE Is Asking About The New Mexico Compound Discovery

You can’t make this stuff up people!

Recently a horrifying discovery of 11 children was found in a New Mexico compound suffering to stay alive. 

After a message was leaked that people were starving in a makeshift compound in rural northern New Mexico, 11 children were discovered living in filthy conditions.

Just 145 miles northeast of Albuquerque, Taos County Sheriff found the children ranging in ages 1 to 15 in an isolated high-desert area near the New Mexico-Colorado border.

The place was in the small community of Amalia at a jihad training camp. The minors were held hostage and being trained to carry out shootings in large areas, like schools. 

After law officials raided the compound on Friday, they arrested two men in a search for Wahhaj’s son. Siraj Wahhaj and Lucas Morten were both arrested for alleged child abduction and suspicion of harboring a fugitive.

Siraj has been sought out for the abduction of his son from Georgia in 2017, and apparently had close ties with an Iman in New York, his father named Siraj. It would come as no surprise if this wasn’t the only training camp discovered in the near future.   

Reported by greatamericanrepublic:

A 3-year-old boy was found buried near the compound but has not been identified. Wahhaj’s son was not among the children rescued.

Residents in Amalia, New Mexico, near the Colorado border, had complained for months about the squalid conditions of the makeshift compound before Friday’s raid, according to news reports. Authorities recovered multiple firearms as well as an AR-15.

Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said Tuesday that authorities initially did not have enough evidence to search the compound. Wahhaj and his son were not spotted on the property. A breakthrough came last week when authorities received a tip that a…..


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