New Mexico Compound Bulldozed By Authorities
The New Mexico compound where a boy’s remains were discovered after a raid has seemingly been leveled. What was once a makeshift tarp house is now a hole, evidence that the site has been bulldozed.
Now the question is, why?
The RV has been removed, the walls were taken down, all under mysterious circumstances that no one seems able to explain.
In the below picture comparisons, the “after” image shows an NBC reporter reporting the story of the abrupt, unexplainable changes to the compound site.
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This is the same compound where authorities found the remains of 3-year-old Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj and 11 starving children. Last Monday, New Mexico Judge Sarah Backus allowed the five adults being charged to be released on $20,000 signature bonds. The judge’s decision prompted enormous backlash within the Taos County community, including threats to her life that prompted evacuations to the courthouse and adjacent buildings.
But now, the site that should house piles of potential evidence for an upcoming trial has been wiped away. There were remains of shell casings, ammo, bulletproof vests, and numerous other items that are now buried or possibly removed. At the very least, the site has been completely altered and tampered with.
According to court documents, the children were being trained to carry out future school shootings. In a post-Parkland world, wouldn’t a case like the New Mexico Compound be one handled delicately and with legal precision?
Authorities seized an RV at the New Mexico compound where five adults are believed to have been abusing 11 children. An underground tunnel at the site where remains of a 3-year-old were found is now buried in rubble. via @NBCNightlyNews https://t.co/TvstnvC3Bi
— NBC News (@NBCNews) August 16, 2018
It seems blasphemous to destroy crime scene evidence.
A judge allows child abusers and potential child murderers to go free, then authorities bulldoze the evidence at the site of the crime.
I’m not sure about you, but I’m not feeling great about any of this.
Author: Jim Satney
PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.