Questions need to be asked as to why authorities felt that they did not have enough evidence to raid an extremist camp in New Mexico. For starters, they were given multiple tips by the landowner that a missing child from Georgia had been seen there. In addition to that, the landowner offered his permission for his property to be searched. The extremists had settled on his property in error. It was actually the grandfather of the missing child, an Imam, to provide a cause for the search. Read all the details.
As Written and Reported By Jana J. Pruet for The Blaze:
The owner of the New Mexico property raided by authorities last week said he had notified police about seeing a child that appeared to be the Georgia toddler who had gone missing last year, NBC News reported, raising questions about why it took so long for authorities to raid the compound and discover the appalling conditions.
Jason Badger owns the land in Taos County where investigators discovered child remains on Monday following Friday’s raid of the compound where 11 children were found starving. Badger said he called police about four months ago after he realized that a missing child poster of Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj he had seen looked like a boy who lived on the remote compound.
Remains, possibly belonging to Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, were found on what would have been the boy’s fourth birthday. His mother, Hakima Ramzi, said she has not seen her son since his father disappeared with him from Jonesboro, Georgia, in December.
The identity of the remains is still pending and “could take many weeks,” according to Kurt Nolte, the chief medical investigator at the New Mexico Office of the Medical…..
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