Prosecutors claim that adults at the New Mexico compound planned to attack “corrupt” institutions in Atlanta.
Children who had been held captive at the compound told prosecutors that Jany Leveille and Siraj Ibn Wahhaj were working on plans to attack the Grady Memorial Hospital, among other locations, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Leveille allegedly complained about treatment she and her mother had received at the hospital and planned to “shoot or otherwise attack the non-believer.” There were no details about what treatment the women received at the hospital.
Also included in the prosecutor’s motion was a handwritten document titled “Phases of a Terrorist Attack,” which included “instructions for ‘The one-time terrorist,’ instructions on the use of a ‘choke point,’ a location ‘called the ideal attack site,’ the ‘ability to defend the safe haven,’ the ‘ability to escape-perimeter rings,’ and ‘sniper position detection procedure,’ ” according to the court filing acquired by CNN.
Wahhaj, 40, and Leveille, 35, were charged with the abuse of a child resulting in death after the body of 3-year-old Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj was found at the compound. They were also charged with conspiracy to commit child abuse.
Three other adults — Wahhaj’s sisters, Hujrah and Subhannah, and Lucas Morten — were also charged with 11 felony counts of child abuse.
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