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The five adults arrested at a squalid compound where 11 children were rescued during a law enforcement raid in August 2018 pleaded not guilty to federal terrorism, firearms and kidnapping charges at … more
If Siraj Wahhaj, the imam of the At-Taqwa Mosque in Brooklyn, knew that his son, two daughters and two others who lived at the compound raided last summer in Taos County had been indicted on federal … more
Five adults arrested in a raid of a compound near Amalia in Taos County last summer are now facing federal terrorism charges never before filed in New Mexico, according to a press release from the … more
Eighth Judicial District Attorney Donald Gallegos has announced that child abuse cases filed and later dismissed against five adults arrested at a compound near Amalia last month will not be heard by … more
A New Mexico Magistrate Court judge ruled Wednesday (Sept. 12) at U.S. District Court in Albuquerque that five adults arrested at a compound in northern Taos County last month will remain jailed as federal charges filed against them are prosecuted. more
A federal grand jury in Albuquerque indicted Jany Leveille, 35, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, Hujrah Wahhaj, 37, Subhannah Wahhaj, 35, and Lucas Morton on firearms and conspiracy charges Tuesday (Sept. 11), … more
Amalia, N.M. — For the cavalcade of state and national media outlets that converged on Northern New Mexico last month, the isolated compound where five people were arrested and 11 children were … more
Attorneys representing five adults arrested at a compound in the northern reaches of Taos County in August said they would need more time to review government documents connected to federal charges … more
Five suspects arrested in early August on child abuse charges that were dropped this week in Taos District Court were charged with federal crimes Friday (Aug. 31), according to a press release … more
After his prosecutors missed a critical deadline in five high-profile child abuse cases dropped Wednesday (Aug. 29) in Taos District Court, Taos District Attorney Donald Gallegos issued a statement … more
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