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    08 Aug '18 23:081 edit
    https://www.yahoo.com/gma/man-found-11-children-filthy-mexico-compound-training-194518215--abc-news-topstories.html

    Yep, about 11 kids or so in New Mexico were discovered to be in the process of being trained to be school shooters.

    Interestingly enough, they made no mention as to their immigration status nor their religious status, but let's just say that the girls in the photos were wearing burkas.

    I'm not even sure the press is allowed to release such information anymore since the press is now so Left wing.

    Why there are those in the article that dispute as to whether the children were being trained to do such things is a mystery since they had been kidnapped and the guardian surrounded himself with fire arms.
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    08 Aug '18 23:333 edits
    Originally posted by @whodey
    https://www.yahoo.com/gma/man-found-11-children-filthy-mexico-compound-training-194518215--abc-news-topstories.html

    Yep, about 11 kids or so in New Mexico were discovered to be in the process of being trained to be school shooters.

    Interestingly enough, they made no mention as to their immigration status nor their religious status, but let's just say t ...[text shortened]... s is a mystery since they had been kidnapped and the guardian surrounded himself with fire arms.
    " A foster parent of one of the 11 children allegedly stated to law enforcement that Wahhaj had "trained the child in the use of an assault rifle in preparation for future school shootings," according to a criminal complaint."

    "Aleks Kostich of the Taos County Public Defender's Office said the allegations were not explained and the information came from the foster parent of a child removed from the compound, according to AP.
    The attorney doubts the credibility of the source and believes prosecutors feel the same way, Kostich told AP."


    More right wing BS from whodey. Go figure...🙄🙄🙄 The worthless pos can't speak a sentence of truth or a fact with proof to prove it; if his worthless life depended on it. The pos has no life what so ever.😴😴😴
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    08 Aug '18 23:37
    Originally posted by @kingdavid403
    " A foster parent of one of the 11 children allegedly stated to law enforcement that Wahhaj had "trained the child in the use of an assault rifle in preparation for future school shootings," according to a criminal complaint."

    "Aleks Kostich of the Taos County Public Defender's Office said the allegations were not explained and the information came ...[text shortened]... ntence of truth or a fact with proof to prove it; if his worthless life depended on it. 😴😴😴
    So the question the credibility of the witness over this goon loaded with guns who had kidnapped the kids?

    I think I understand now, thanks.
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    08 Aug '18 23:40
    https://pix11.com/2018/08/06/brooklyn-imams-son-is-key-suspect-in-new-mexico-starving-kids-case/

    NEW YORK — When word broke Sunday that 11 starving children and three women were rescued from a filthy trailer in New Mexico, a retired New York City cop recognized the name of the main suspect.

    Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 39, taken into custody on suspicions he kidnapped his 3-year old disabled son from Georgia, is the son of a Brooklyn imam, Siraj Wahhaj. The boy’s whereabouts are presently unknown.

    The senior Wahhaj won a settlement from New York City, amid complaints certain Muslim mosques were being monitored by police illegally, including his — Masjid al-Taqwa — located at Bedford Avenue and Fulton Street in Brooklyn.

    The senior Wahhaj was an unindicted co-conspirator in a plot to bomb New York City landmarks in 1993, which resulted in the conviction of blind Egyptian sheikh, Omar Abdel Rahman, who died in prison.
    A source told PIX11 that before the dismantling of certain, NYPD intelligence operations, undercover cops were buying weapons at the mosque. The evidence was turned over to federal prosecutors.

    In New Mexico, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said the imam’s son was heavily armed when investigators arrived at the remote compound with a search warrant.



    The younger Wahhaj allegedly had an AR-15 rifle, five loaded 30-round magazines, and four loaded pistols. A friend of Wahhaj’s from Georgia, Lucas Morten, was charged with harboring a fugitive.

    Deputies had been watching the compound for some time, after receiving word from authorities in Georgia that Wahhaj may have kidnapped his 3-year-old son back in December 2017.


    Imam Siraj Wahhaj, the father of the suspect in the boy’s kidnapping.

    Imam Siraj Wahhaj, the father of the suspect in the boy’s kidnapping. The child, Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, needs medicine because he suffers from seizures and developmental delays.

    USA Today reported the boy can’t walk, because he suffered from hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy at birth, which occurs when a baby’s brain does not receive sufficient oxygen and blood.

    Someone inside the compound had managed to get a message out to Georgia: “We are starving and need food and water.”

    The trailer was found buried into the ground, covered in plastic, virtually in the middle of nowhere.

    It was discovered in the town of Amalia, 145 miles northeast of Albuquerque, very close to the New Mexico-Colorado border.

    There was no answer at the Masjid al-Taqwa mosque in Brooklyn Monday afternoon when PIX11 News called for comment.
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    08 Aug '18 23:41
    Now knowing all that, who in their right mind would question the witness that said the kids were being prepared for school shootings?

    Hmm?

    Dolts.

    This should not be surprising considering Obama tried to call Fort Hood a domestic violence incident and not Islamic terrorism.
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    08 Aug '18 23:527 edits
    Originally posted by @whodey
    Now knowing all that, who in their right mind would question the witness that said the kids were being prepared for school shootings?

    Hmm?

    Dolts.

    This should not be surprising considering Obama tried to call Fort Hood a domestic violence incident and not Islamic terrorism.
    Why there are those in the article that dispute as to whether the children were being trained to do such things is a mystery since they had been kidnapped and the guardian surrounded himself with fire arms.
    One witness out of 17 total whom all seem to have be held captive by this freak. You are speaking as if you know the truth and you have no provable facts but one witness out of 17. Either way, the freak was caught by our FBI whom are on a witch hunt without anything happening; and, the kids are now free from the POS. You can rest your worry little worthless mind whodey all thanks to our patriotic FBI. 😀
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    09 Aug '18 00:02
    Originally posted by @kingdavid403
    [b]Why there are those in the article that dispute as to whether the children were being trained to do such things is a mystery since they had been kidnapped and the guardian surrounded himself with fire arms.
    One witness out of 17 total whom all seem to have be held captive by this freak. You are speaking as if you know the truth and you have no ...[text shortened]... OS. You can rest your worry little worthless mind whodey all thanks to our patriotic FBI. 🙄[/b]
    A witch hunt?

    This guy had been tracked by the FBI obtaining weapons and an Islamic fundamentalist. Then he kidnaps children.

    So tracking him down and accusing him of kidnapping the children to shoot up schools based upon one eye witness is a witch hunt?

    No, a witch hunt is saying that I'm guilty of a crime, although there is no direct evidence. So instead of arresting me without cause, you then start to investigate my friends, my parents, my accountant, etc., etc., and try to see if they have broken the law.

    That would be more akin to a witch hunt.
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    09 Aug '18 00:342 edits
    Originally posted by @whodey
    A witch hunt?

    This guy had been tracked by the FBI obtaining weapons and an Islamic fundamentalist. Then he kidnaps children.

    So tracking him down and accusing him of kidnapping the children to shoot up schools based upon one eye witness is a witch hunt?

    No, a witch hunt is saying that I'm guilty of a crime, although there is no direct evidence. ...[text shortened]... ., etc., and try to see if they have broken the law.

    That would be more akin to a witch hunt.
    The one eye witness did not say anything to the FBI until they had all been arrested and held in jail. DUH!. What about the 11 children and six other adults? Not a word so far from any of them that they were preparing to shoot up schools. Kind of sounds like a David Koresh cult huh?
    The witch hunt claim is by you far right wing freaks who claim our FBI is extremely busy on a witch hunt against our lying illegal treason pos in the White House. How could the FBI find time to do anything else? LOL, you're an idiot and always will be.
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    09 Aug '18 07:39
    How exactly is ine trained to be a school shooter?

    Isn’t it teaching them how to shoot a gun.
    And then brainwashing them quasi-religious BS about the enemy?

    Mhmmm...

    Yeah, one can only ponder where the mind will wonder on this little tale from way over yonder.
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    09 Aug '18 13:18
    Originally posted by @kingdavid403
    [b]" A foster parent of one of the 11 children allegedly stated to law enforcement that Wahhaj had "trained the child in the use of an assault rifle in preparation for future school shootings," according to a criminal complaint."

    "Aleks Kostich of the Taos County Public Defender's Office said the allegations were not explained and the information ca ...[text shortened]... oof to prove it; if his worthless life depended on it. The pos has no life what so ever.😴😴😴
    the left always seems to be on the wrong side of these school shootings.
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    09 Aug '18 13:20
    Originally posted by @shavixmir
    How exactly is ine trained to be a school shooter?

    Isn’t it teaching them how to shoot a gun.
    And then brainwashing them quasi-religious BS about the enemy?

    Mhmmm...

    Yeah, one can only ponder where the mind will wonder on this little tale from way over yonder.
    strangely enough, in your psychotic rant, you nailed it but are too dumb to realize it.
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    09 Aug '18 14:473 edits
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    the left always seems to be on the wrong side of these school shootings.
    Yeah, just like Nicolas Cruz who did the last major school shooting in Florida. He was captured in a couple videos wearing a Trump hat. Un huh dumb arse... Find something new whodey. 🙄
    https://www.aol.com/article/news/2018/02/15/florida-high-school-shooting-suspect-nikolas-cruzs-instagram-profile-shows-him-wearing-maga-hat/23362848/
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    09 Aug '18 17:05
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    the left always seems to be on the wrong side of these school shootings.
    Yeah. The receiving end.
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