SHOCKING RULING: Judge Releases NM Extremists

SHOCKING RULING: Judge Releases NM Extremists

In a shocking ruling, a judge released four of the five adults arrested from the Islamic extremist compound in New Mexico that was raided last week. Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, the father of the disabled boy who died from being denied his medication, is the only one still being held because he faces an additional charge since he was a fugitive. Judge Sarah Backus ruled the prosecutors failed to prove the four individuals would pose a direct threat to the community and thus they did not need to be held until trial. She released them to house arrest and on a…
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Exclusive: NM Compound’s Links to Al-Qaeda

Exclusive: NM Compound’s Links to Al-Qaeda

At least one of the women at the Islamist cult compound in New Mexico had links to al-Qaeda in that she was a big fan of al-Qaeda terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki, according to a public account from a Muslim activist and reports from sources who spoke to Clarion Project’s Clarion Intelligence Network. One woman also reportedly claimed to be the mahdi, a figure in Islamic end times prophecy who is supposed to join forces with Jesus to win a final apocalyptic war that ends with global Islamic rule. Anwar al-Awlaki was an American imam who was killed by a U.S. drone…
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New Mexico Suspects Released; Authorities Stunned

New Mexico Suspects Released; Authorities Stunned

Three of the five suspects from the New Mexico Islamist cult compound were released after being absolved of child abuse charges due to a legal technicality. Read and watch more (see video below) as New Mexico suspects released: This means three Islamist extremists with a known desire to die as “martyrs” are free. Authorities in New Mexico are publicly pointing fingers and expressing their astonishment. The display reflects the intense frustration since the compound was raided in early August, as law enforcement authorities are normally quiet, diplomatic and strenuously avoid public in-fighting.   The Latest Shocking Ruling Judge Emilio Chavez…
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