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In a recent turn out of event, the FBI announced the arrest of all five adults who were in connection to the 'EXTREMIST MUSLIM' New Mexico compound. The arrest came just few days after all charges had been dropped against three of the arrested extremist.
In a report by Fox News:
"The five suspects, who made
national headline after 11
children were found starving
at their compound, were arrested
by the FBI for violating federal
firearms and conspiracy laws."
In a statement by the FBI:
"The defendants, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40,
Hujrah Wahhaj, 37, Jany Leveille, 35,
Subhanah Wahhaj, 40, and Lucas
Morton, 40. are currently being charged
in for a crminal complaint that was filed
earlier today in the U.S. District court
for the District of New Mexico."
The FBI also added:
"Jany Leveille was charged with being
an illegal alien in possession of firearms
and ammunition in the District of New
Mexico while the other four were charged
for aiding Leveille in committing the
offence and with conspiring with him."
According to prosecutors report, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj conducted weapons training for under-aged with the intent of them carrying out mass shootings in schools. Investigators also found a hand written document with the title "PHASES OF A TERRORIST ATTACK" with a hospital as their first target.