The five adult suspects arrested at a “filthy” New Mexico terrorist training compound were indicted by federal authorities on “firearm and conspiracy” charges this week; easing local concerns after a local judge tossed the case over procedural errors.
According to the Daily Caller, federal prosecutors stepped in and detained the suspects for “conspiring knowingly to provide an alien illegally and unlawfully in the United States, possession of firearms and ammunition.”
Investigators claim the adults were training nearly a dozen children to commit mass shootings at schools and other targets across the United States, including a hospital in Georgia.
“The indictment alleges that, as part of the conspiracy, the defendants transported firearms and ammunition from Georgia to New Mexico in Dec. 2017,” says the statement. “The defendants established a training camp and firing range in Taos County, where they stored firearms and ammunition and engaged in firearms and tactical training as part of their common plan to prepare for violent attacks on government, military, educational, and financial institutions.”
Read the full story at the Daily Caller.