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Court Documents: Man at NM Compound was Training Kids to Commit School Shootings

Court Documents: Man at NM Compound was Training Kids to Commit School Shootings

August 08, 2018 01:41 PM

TAOS, N.M. (AP) - Court documents say man arrested at New Mexico compound was training children to commit school shootings.
    
9:30 a.m.
    
New Mexico officials are working to ask a judge to hold the father of a missing boy arrested at a makeshift compound without bail.
    
New Mexico 8th Judicial District Attorney Donald Gallegos said Tuesday that prosecutors are putting together evidence to ask a judge to hold Siraj Ibn Wahhaj (see-DAHJ' IBN wah-HAJ') without bond.
    
A warrant from Georgia seeks the extradition of Wahhaj to face a charge of abducting his son from that state last December.
    
He is scheduled to appear in a Taos County court on Wednesday. Wahhaj and four other adults also face felony child abuse charges after a raid by authorities found 11 hungry children living in filth.
    
The missing boy was not among the children found in that initial search but authorities say they found the remains of a child.
    
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12 a.m.
    
The father of a missing boy is due in court Wednesday as authorities work to identify a child's remains uncovered in an isolated New Mexico compound where he was arrested last week.
    
A warrant from Georgia seeks the extradition of Siraj Ibn Wahhaj to face a charge of abducting his son from that state last December.
    
Wahhaj and four other adults also face felony child abuse charges after a raid by authorities revealed 11 hungry children living in filth.
    
The missing boy was not among the children found in that initial search.
    
The district attorney said he would withhold comment on the potential for additional charges until investigators identified the remains found on the site.

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