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originally posted by: Grimpachi
a reply to: Fools
It is the prosecution that failed, the judge followed the law. If he didn't any conviction would have been overturned.
originally posted by: Alien Abduct
originally posted by: howtonhawky
a reply to: Alien Abduct
Yea i found nothing on the middle east travel trailer compounds.
I am interested in details of the children saying they were being trained.
I heard the reports but never anything with details about that.
Seems like something the prosecution would have brought forth in the abuse charges.
Dude why don't you do some searching its easy to find...stop posting here for a bit go read a few articles then come back and have an intelligent conversation instead of looking trollish by going against obvious reports and facts.....
In court filings this week, prosecutors allege:
• One of the rescued children told a foster parent the suspects "trained the child in the use of an assault rifle in preparation for future school shootings."
If you don't think thats evidence then perhaps you should go represent the alleged terrorists because the prosecuter seems to think that it is.
If there is evidence they intended to train extremists for school shootings, however, that is a crime. My question is where on Earth did the allegations come from if not true? They very well could be unfounded, I fully acknowledge that. But it appears here the prosecution dropped the ball for some reason unknown to the rest of us. And much along the lines of destroying the crime scene I would like to understand why
Judge dismisses all charges against 3 'extremist Muslim' New Mexico compound suspects
Judge Emilio Chavez said that he had no choice but to release the three defendants, Lucas Morton, Hujrah Wahhaj and Subhannah A. Wahhaj, because the office of District Attorney Donald Gallegos failed to schedule a court hearing to prove they had probable cause for their arrest within 10 days, as state rules stipulate, according to court representatives and defense lawyers.
originally posted by: Whatthedoctorordered
Our justice system is rotten to the core.
They JUST found out this week or last they were planning an attack in Atlanta
This judge needs to be investigated and removed from their position, and they need to do a THOROUGH investigation of law enforcement in that area.
ruling that authorities violated the state’s “10-day rule.”
Child abuse charges against them were dropped because prosecutors missed the 10-day limit for an evidentiary hearing to establish probable cause.
Chavez said Wednesday that it was a very difficult decision to drop the charges but the rule left him with no option.
However, charges leveled against them on Friday, in connection to the death of a missing 3-year-old boy, remained.
Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, the boy's father, and Leveille were charged with abuse of a child resulting in the death of a child and conspiracy to commit abuse of a child, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe announced