As Twitchy told you, the New Mexico compound where children were being abused and trained to shoot up schools has reportedly been “mysteriously destroyed.” But not before the remains of a 3-year-old boy were positively ID’d as those of Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, kidnapped from Georgia by his father Siraj Wahhaj and brought to the compound:
BREAKING: Authorities have confirmed human remains found at a desert compound in New Mexico are those of a missing Georgia boy.
— The Associated Press (@AP) August 16, 2018
Reminder: Earlier this week, Judge Sarah Backus allowed the release of Wahhaj — along with the four other suspects arrested in the case. After the remains of the little boy were discovered.
A little boy's remains have been found at "extremist Muslim" N.M. compound.
The judge in the case released all 5 suspects WITHOUT BAIL. Unreal. https://t.co/umsXJiPzRh
— Jason Howerton (@jason_howerton) August 16, 2018
That judge needs to answer questions
— Brandon Saario (@SaarioBrandon) August 16, 2018
We already wondered how Backus could possibly sleep at night. Now that we know the remains are indeed those of Wahhaj’s son, knowing the torture that little boy must’ve been put through before he died, Backus deserves to never sleep again.
Is it too late to get the bail reduced? https://t.co/fELLFVWQKR
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) August 16, 2018
And the judge let these people go?!?
— Count Rushmore (@pthebnyc) August 16, 2018
But judge Backus set them all free. Genius.
— Quix Ł otic (@migiziwigwan) August 16, 2018
Good thing that pathetic judge let everyone out on bond…
— AldoApache69 (@AApache69) August 16, 2018
And yet the judge has these terrorists out on bond
— JaneDoeYo (@JaneDoemission) August 16, 2018
Awful. I wonder if Judge Backus regrets letting these suspects walk free til trial on a signature bond? https://t.co/ZddliU9Ykg
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) August 16, 2018
She should regret it for the rest of her life.
— grizznet (@grizznet) August 16, 2018
— Brett Salgat (@brett_salgat) August 16, 2018
May Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj rest in peace. A peace that was denied to him in his all-to-short life.