New Mexico compound defendants denied bail by Federal judge

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According to recent reports, on Wednesday, Five members related to the New Mexico compound cas were earlier denied bail by the judge handling the case after the federal jury in their grand statement indicted that the five had firearms and more so the five also were involved with conspiracy charges. According to the Federal jury, the group allegedly established a camp in which people trained on a remote compound located in Taos County which according to the evidence belongs to the five convicts. According to judge this ongoing training was to prepare the involved people in violent attacks primarily targeting the government, educational, financial institutions and military.

This five convicts; Lucas Morton, 40, Jany Leveille, 35; Hujrah Wahhaj, 37; Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40 and Subhanah Wahhaj, 35, during their hearing all pleaded not guilty to all the accusations and all the charges they were accused of. However, the defendants where arrested by The FBI and thereby charged with an undocumented and unlawfully possession of unregistered firearms and more so ammunition. Nevertheless, Leveille’s 4 co-defendants on the other hand were charged for conspiring to committing the offense with her.

Nevertheless, the 5 detained suspects however were arrested earlier on Aug. 3 after the local police in their reports said that after doing research and investigation they found about 11 children starving without clean water and food and in addition to this the police also discovered collection of firearms within this desert compound which belonged to them. According to police involved in the detention said that this was a raid which was conducted on Aug. 3 where the above was discovered.

However, 3 days later, the police dug up a 3-year-old body which was buried within their settlement which was located in Colorado state. The five however had initially been accused with charges of child abuse by the state court, the case however was dismissed last month after state prosecutors missed charged and failed to follow all the procedural charges, rules and deadline allowing 3 of the suspects to be released free. Two convicts still remained detained with other charges concerning illegal possession of firearms.