Local news, mostly about cops, not all of whom misbehaved; plus, some unsubstantiated claims of Satanic rape cults

I don’t want to make it seem like ALL cops never do ANYTHING right.  Sometimes a cop rapes a kid and his former co-workers do their job by arresting him before he can rape more kids. In that case, you can’t say all cops are all bad all the time. You also can’t say that all cops are all good all the time.

I’m not just stating a hypothetical, a cop got turned in by his fellows for raping kids recently:



Many dark-skinned people complain about the stereotype of dark skin implying terrorist affiliation. That’s a stereotype and it’s irrational to believe that it applies all of the time or even most of the time.

However, cops also sometimes arrest stereotypical criminals.  Example: Sometimes dark-skinned foreigners who come to the USA really are terrorists.

For months, neighbors worried about a squalid compound built along a remote New Mexico plain, saying they brought their concerns to authorities long before sheriff’s officials first found 11 hungry children on the lot, and then the remains of a small boy.

Two men and three women also had been living at the compound, and were arrested following a raid Friday that came as officials searched for a missing Georgia boy with severe medical issues.

Medical examiners still must confirm whether the body found at the property in a second search on Monday is that of Abdul-ghani Wahhaj, who was 3 in December when police say his father took him from his mother in Jonesboro, Georgia.

The boy’s father, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, was among those arrested in the compound raid that has since resulted in the series of startling revelations on the outskirts of Amalia, a tiny town near the Colorado state line marked by scattered homes and sagebrush. Authorities said they found the father armed with multiple firearms, including an assault rifle.

Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was scheduled to appear in court Wednesday on a warrant from Georgia that seeks his extradition to face a charge of abducting his son from that state last December. He had expressed wanting to perform an exorcism on his son, the warrant said.

The group arrived in Amalia in December, with enough money to buy groceries and construction supplies, according to Tyler Anderson, a 41-year-old auto mechanic who lives nearby.

He said Tuesday he helped the newcomers install solar panels after they arrived but eventually stopped visiting.

Anderson said he met both of the men in the group, but never the women, who authorities have said are the mothers of the 11 children, ages 1 to 15.

Anderson did not recall seeing the Georgia boy who was missing. But he said some of the smaller children from the compound turned up to play with children at neighboring properties after the group first arrived.

“We just figured they were doing what we were doing, getting a piece of land and getting off the grid,” said Anderson, who moved to New Mexico from Seattle with his wife seven years ago.

As the months passed, however, they stopped seeing the smaller children playing in the area. They also stopped hearing guns fired off at a shooting range on the property, he said.

Jason Badger, who owned the property where the compound was built, said he and his wife had pressed authorities to remove the group after becoming concerned about the children. The group had built the compound on their acreage instead of a neighboring tract owned by Lucas Morton, one of the men arrested during the raid.

“I started to try and kick them off about three months ago and everything I tried to do kept getting knocked down,” said Badger said.

A judge dismissed an eviction notice filed by Badger against Morton in June, court records said. The records did not provide further details on the judge’s decision.

After the raid, Anderson went over and looked at the property for the first time in months.

“I was flabbergasted from what it had turned into from the last time I saw it,” he said.

Authorities said the compound shielded by old tires, wooden pallets and an earthen wall studded with broken glass had been littered with “odorous trash.”

The 11 children found living at the encampment — described as a small trailer embedded in the ground — had been without clean water and appeared to have not eaten in days, according to Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe.

At a news conference in Taos, Hogrefe described FBI surveillance efforts in recent months that included photographs of the compound and interviews. He said the images were shared with the mother of Abdul-ghani but she did not spot her son, and that the photographs never indicated the boy’s father was at the compound.

“I had no probable cause to get a search warrant to go onto this property,” the sheriff said.



Prosecutors say in court documents that the father of a missing Georgia boy was training children at a New Mexico compound to commit school shootings.

The documents filed Wednesday say Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was conducting weapons training at the compound near the Colorado border where 11 hungry children were found in filthy conditions.


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New Mexico authorities have announced heart-breaking news: The remains of a boy have been found at the Islamist compound that was raided on Friday.

It is almost certainly the body of disabled toddler Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, who has been missing for nine months after being abducted by his father, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, and brought to the compound with 11 other malnourished children.

The day the remains were found would have been his fourth birthday.

The pain one experiences from reading the story is increased exponentially by a reality that is difficult to accept: The boy might have been saved if the FBI had acted, instead of stalling until the New Mexico police finally went in on their own.


The government claims to have arrested an arson suspect:




Mike McConnell of BAH said: “We can’t spy, if we can’t buy.”
James Clapper of BAH lied to Congress by denying that NSA collects data on Yanks.



Bruce Ohr of the DOJ had a (probably improper) relationship with Steele the dossier fabricator and got demoted for lying about it:




Colombian child prostitution ring where 250 underage girls were branded with tattoos by their Israeli ‘owners’ is smashed as madame who recruited them is arrested






>Police arrested 18 people after the girls were lured into working at sex parties

>The alleged ‘Madame’ of the operation was among those detained in the raids

>Liliana del Carmen Campos Puello allegedly recruited the underage girls

>A child prostitution ring where more than 250 underage girls were branded with tattoos by their ‘owners’ has been broken up after dramatic raids.

>They allegedly raped and tattooed all their underage victims, aged between 14 and 17

>Campos Puello was said to be responsible for recruiting the girls from poor neighbourhoods in Columbia and Venezuela.

>Police arrested 18 people after the girls were lured into coming the Colombian resort of Cartagena under the pretence of working as models there.

>Among those detained was the alleged ‘Madame’ of the operation – Liliana del Carmen Campos Puello – and several unnamed Israelis who are believed to be the network’s ringleaders

>They allegedly raped and tattooed all their victims, who were aged between 14 and 17.

>Campos Puello was allegedly responsible for finding the girls from the poor neighbourhoods in Colombia and Venezuela.

>She allegedly helped them with passports and sent them money for expenses.

>But when the girls arrived in Cartagena, they were stripped of their documents and belongings and forced into prostitution.

>They were allegedly showcased in catalogues and forced to attend sex parties on luxury yachts and hotels.

>Campos Puello hired the girls and introduced them to the clients.

>Before each event, she would allegedly always select the best-suited girls from their list.

>At least 250 minors were reportedly lured to Cartagena in one year, in what is being called the city’s largest sexual exploitation case.

>The Attorney General’s Office said Campos Puello used her contacts to organise events they girls were forced to go to.

>She also has a record for heroin trafficking as well as for entering the United States illegally.

>’The Madame has a criminal record for heroin trafficking and illegal entrance into the United States.

>’Additionally, she was in charge of operating a prostitution service in the beach area, as well as using international contacts to organise events where the girls were forced to perform.’

>The girls were allegedly showcased in catalogues and forced to attend parties on luxury yachts and in hotels.

>At least 250 minors were lured to Cartagena in one year, in what is being called the city’s biggest sexual exploitation case, according to reports.





According to a Little Rock radio station 102.9 KARN: The FBI was seen loading boxes onto a DOJ Boeing 757 cargo plane today in Little Rock Arkansas. This is the home of the Clinton Foundation offices. The plane was loaded full of document type boxes. There aren’t too many places in Little Rock that could fill a cargo plane full of boxes.

It is no secret that US Attorney John Huber is investigating Uranium1 and the Clinton Foundation, and now the FBI has opened up a new investigation into the Clintons.


In addition to news, we have some unproven allegations of Satanic rape cults:

Franklin Graham Supports Voodoo Doughnut Child Traffickers?


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