According to newly released documents, two of the five people arrested in the New Mexico compound where children were allegedly being trained to carry out mass shootings had planned to attack a hospital in Atlanta.
Grady Memorial Hospital, located in Atlanta, Georgia, was named by one of the 11 emaciated children that were found on the compound during an August 3rd raid, as having been a target of Jany Leveille and her partner Siraj Ibn Wahhaj–both of which have metro Atlanta connections.
According to a document filed on Friday in Taos County, N.M. and obtained by Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), both Leveille and Wahhaj intended to confront “corrupt” individuals or institutions.
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