5 US Citizens Arrested in New Mexico for Training Kids to Become the Next-Gen School Shooters

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A truly hair-raising story has just happened in the outskirts of New Mexico. Two adult males and three adult women were arrested for retaining 11 children in “squalid” conditions. It is alleged they were training these kids to literally become the next-gen school shooters. The Typical Student team learned more of the story.


What Do We Know About the Arrested Men?




As told by the BuzzFeedNews, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, and Lucas Morton, 40, have allegedly been training the adolescents "to kill as many people as possible" in school shootings. The documents filed by prosecutors reportedly have more evidence based on the findings of two-month FBI-led investigation.


FBI began watching the suspects closely after the Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, who turned 4 on Monday. went missing. It is said the remains of an unidentified young boy were discovered. Allegedly, one of the foster parents claimed the kid “had been trained to use an assault rifle “in the future school shootings.”


The Suspects Plead Not Guilty



Apart from the two men, there were also three women at the compound, who were also arrested. At that, all 5 adults are to face 11 counts of child abuse. As told by BuzzFeedNews, all five suspects plead not guilty to the charges. The court ordered them to be held on no bond pending a hearing. As for the kids, they were placed in protective custody after the police has discovered them living “among leaking propane and broken glass.”




Allegedly, three of the arrested adults, Ibn Wahhaj, and two of his sisters, Hujrah Wahhaj, 38, and Subhanah Wahhaj, 35, are related to a prominent Brooklyn imam, Siraj Wahhaj. It is said they have been MIA for some time. The imam has repeatedly addressed the Facebook community to provide any information about his missing relatives.

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