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Report: Islamic Terrorists Targeted Hospital In Atlanta for Attack

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Explosive new information is now coming out of New Mexico, where investigators now say that the Islamic terrorists training nearly a dozen children for school shootings even targeted Atlanta’s Grady Hospital for an attack.

Despite being mostly ignored by the Fake News media, the existence of the camp and what they planned to do cannot be ignored anymore.

Last week news broke of a left-wing judge in New Mexico who let the terrorist, Siraj Wahhaj, out on bail, despite the fact a toddler, recently gone missing from Jonesboro, Georgia, was found buried in a shallow grave.

As each day passes, more more hard to believe details trickle out, indicating Wahhaj had a number targets selected for attacks.

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Here’s the report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Two people in a New Mexico compound in which children were allegedly trained to carry out mass shootings had Grady Memorial Hospital as a target, according to prosecutors.

Interviews with some of the 11 children removed from the compound this month said Jany Leveille and partner Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, who have metro Atlanta connections, intended to confront “corrupt” institutions or individuals, according to a document filed Friday in Taos County, N.M., and obtained by AJC.com.

“A specific ‘corrupt’ institution named by one of the children was Grady Hospital,” according to the document.

Leveille expressed her displeasure with Grady “due to treatment she and her mother received there,”the document said.

The couple also planned to “shoot or otherwise attack” people they failed to persuade with their “message,” the documents show.

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Siraj Ibn Wahhaj is the father of Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, whose remains were discovered on the compound Aug. 6, which would have been his fourth birthday. The child, who was from Clayton County, had been missing since November.

Prosecutors said Leveille and possibly other defendants “may suffer from dangerous delusions” and “have (a) history of endangering the welfare of children.”

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