New Mexico Judge Accused Jihadist Cult Prosecutors of Anti-Muslim Bias — We Now Know They Planned to Attack Atlanta Hospital
Muslim Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was arrested earlier this month at a terrorist compound in New Mexico.
Wahhaj was training children to commit mass shootings at US schools.
Siraj ibn Wahhaj is the son of a Brooklyn imam who was named as a possible co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
New Mexico police entered a dangerous Islamist terrorist camp in New Mexico this month after they grew tired of FBI stalling.
The Clarion Project wrote an extensive report on the New Mexico terrorist compound.
The FBI refused to act. Instead the FBI told a neighbor to wear a hidden camera and risk his life by approaching an armed Islamist extremist compound.
In making her decision to release the extremists, Judg Backus accused prosecutors of anti-Muslim bias against the Islamic terror camp organizers.
Transcript via Daily Caller:
“The defendants are apparently of the Muslim faith. The Court was asked by the State to make a finding of dangerousness and a finding of no conditions of release could ensure the safety of the community. The State apparently expected the court to take the individuals’ faith into account in making such a determination. The Court has never been asked to take any other person’s faith into account in making a determination of dangerousness. The Court is not aware of any law that allows the Court to take a person’s faith into consideration in making a dangerousness determination.”
Now we know the Islamists were also plotting a massacre at an Atlanta hospital.
FOX News reported:
Prosecutors in Taos County, citing interviews with the 11 children found at the compound earlier this month, claimed in the filing that Jany Leveille wanted to “confront ‘corrupt’ institutions or individuals … and reveal the ‘truth’ to these corrupt institutions or individuals.”
According to the prosecutors, one of the children said Leveille “specifically” mentioned Grady Hospital as a “corrupt” institution. They added that Leveille “expressed her displeasure with Grady Hospital … due to treatment she and her mother received there.”
The filing also said investigators recovered a 10-page, handwritten document entitled “Phases of a Terrorist Attack” from the New Mexico compound. The document includes “instructions for the one-time terrorist,” but it was not clear if a specific target was mentioned.