Well, well, well, well, well.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The remote compound in Amalia, New Mexico, where five adults and 11 children were found after a raid by law enforcement earlier this month has been razed to the ground.
Property owner Jason Bader said there was a court order allowing the seizure of a stolen trailer that made up part of the compound.
The compound – where authorities found the remains of a still-unidentified child in a post-raid search – had stood vacant since being raided by Taos County deputies on August 3.
MOST danged curious, eh? And convenient, too. As is the fact that most everybody has gone silent about its being a jihadi training facility all of a sudden. Ace says:
We’re now destroying active crime-scenes before trial?
So… the site is so dangerous it must be destroyed before trial, and a judge decided these men posed no threat and should be released on signature bond?
Can these two things make sense at the same time?
Actually, they can. But none of us ought to be too happy about the reasons why.