A compound in Taos, New Mexico, was raided last week and the discoveries made are pretty sickening. A group of adults were holding 11 children at this sorry excuse for a campground with an array of assault weapons. The children ranged from ages 1-15 and were being trained on how to use assault weapons to become future school shooters. One of the men arrested was the father of a missing boy from Georgia, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj. Wahhaj told his son’s mother that he wanted to perform an exorcism on the child because he was possessed by the devil. The boy did suffer severe medical issues but they probably weren’t devil related. Wahhaj said he was taking his son to the park and never returned, heading to New Mexico. The boy was not found in the raid but human remains were. Tests are being done to see if Wahhaj will add a murder charge to his child abuse ones.
By: The Point Staff
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