A judge in New Mexico granted bail to five suspects charged with training eleven children to conduct school shootings across the United States Monday evening; sparking outrage from local residents and officials worried the “extremists” may try and flee the country.
According to the New York Post, “Three women and two men, ages 35 to 40, will wear ankle monitors and be under house arrest if they can post $20,000 bond each, the judge ruled in Taos.”
“This was not a camping trip and this was not a simple homestead of the kind that many people do in New Mexico,” said Deputy District Attorney Timothy Hasson.
The ringleader behind the deadly mission is Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, the son of a Brooklyn-based Imam with alleged ties to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
The five adults were arrested during a raid at a “filthy” compound in New Mexico last week, where eleven children were allegedly trained to carry out shootings; likely at local schools.
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