Continuation of DEAD CHILD YES, BUT MEDIA IS TO BLAME.
By: Candace Hardin
The plot thickens in the New Mexico compound for training school shooters as the
prosecutors from Taos County question the malnourished, mistreated children being trained to
carry out school shootings.
It seems that the leaders of this group were out to “confront corrupt groups or individuals” and
“reveal the truth” to those they chose to exact punishment.
The group was targeting Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta Georgia as one jihad they wanted
to fulfill. They were going to “shoot or otherwise attack” anyone who failed to accept their
message at the hospital. One of the children reported that this target was chosen for the poor
treatment she and her mother had received there.
Grady Memorial is one of the best trauma hospitals in the region, if one is in an accident or badly
burnt. It is also a place where poor, indigent or those without healthcare will be treated with
However, the plot thickens as the initial child abuse charges against all five adult defendants had
to be dismissed as District Attorney, Donald Gallegos of Taos, failed to follow normal court
procedures and schedule a preliminary hearing for the defendants. The Judge chastised the DA,
but really this is too much of a coincidence.
Why would a district attorney “forget” to follow everyday procedures that a second year law
student could probably handle with ease?
Could it be that because the leader, Siraj Wahhaj Sr, Brooklyn Iman and father of the leader of
the compound, is so well connected to the previous administration, Obama and Hillary Clinton?
Then there is the disturbing question.
Why are there still no protests at all in the area for gun control, anti – NRA, child abuse or any of
the normal upsets to anything remotely connected with a gun?
Could it be that those who pay for violent rallies are not buying a round this time?
Siraj Wahhaj Sr, was connected to school shooter Nicolas Cruz of the February 14 th School
shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Repeat again – the compound operated by his son was training school shooters.
The situation begins to smell just a little worse by one event that happened at Brett Kavenaugh’s
first day in hearings for the Supreme Court.
How can that be connected to the New Mexico compound, one might ask? Read on and see.
Of course, it was a partisan circus from the first moment, a Chuck Schumer scheduled monkey
wrench display, along with vulgar, loud protestors.
One of which screamed that she had to leave Missouri in order to get an abortion. (There are five
Planned Parenthood locations in Missouri. Surely one could contain her rudeness long enough to
perform the procedure.)
However, the big “story” was that Kavenaugh allegedly refused to shake the hand of Parkland
parent, Fred Guttenburg, parent of slain daughter and student, Jaime Guttenburg claims to have been introduced by Senator Feinstein, and was sure that Judge Kavenaugh “just didn’t want to deal with the reality of gun violence.”
Uh huh, you have a dead child, and all sincere condolences are extended, but why is (a previously respected before Trump nominated him for the Supreme Court) judge all of a sudden a “risk of public safety?” (According to a tweet issued by Guttenburg).
Yet a compound training children to be school shooters is not something to be worried about
even though it has a direct connection to the shooter who killed your daughter?
Wouldn’t it be more productive to be in that New Mexico district attorney’s office, or in front of
the judge who barely slapped the defendants initially?
Wouldn’t a sincere person be demanding to know why these people connected to the shooting
death of your child and sixteen others are basically getting off on technicalities?
When one starts to connect the dots, the picture looks and smells more like a partisan paid dead
ATLANTA, Ga. – National controversy swirled after Delta publicly discontinued their group discount relationship with the NRA (National Rifle Association). Then again as the Georgia State Senate removed a tax bill involving the aviation fuel tax credit which would have benefited Delta in the area of $40 million.
That controversy spread through social media when Delta announced their decision on Twitter. Later, Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle tweeted that he would “kill any tax legislation that benefits @Delta.” Since then, social media has erupted in debate on gun control, the recent school shootings, and these two entities of Delta and the NRA.
Today, FYN has obtained an internal memo from Delta to its colleagues. The memo speaks on Delta’s decision for ending the discount as well as their stance on the connection between the decision and the tax bill.