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Jury Indictment: Firearms and December Prosecutors

jury indictment: The grand jury indictment alleges they transported firearms and ammunition from Georgia to New Mexico in December 2017, according to Vancouver Courier. Prosecutors said the five, all members of an extended family, established a training camp and firing range in Amalia, New Mexico, where they stored firearms and ammunition and engaged in firearms and tactical training as part of their common plan to prepare for violent attacks. Federal prosecutors say the group was preparing for violent attacks on government, military, educational and financial institutions at the time of their arrests last month.article continues below Trending StoriesA&W's Beyond Meat burger will be back soonCTV Vancouver reveals its 'major refresh' as former anchor prepares to give her side of the story Phone scam warning Don't return a missed call you don't recognize Jany Leveille, 35; Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40; Hujrah Wahhaj, 37; Subhanah Wahhaj, 35; and Lucas Morton, 40, are scheduled to appear Wednesday afternoon in federal court in Albuquerque. Eleven children were removed from the squalid compound near the Colorado state line during an Aug. 3 raid. Leveille is a native of Haiti and the mother of six children taken into state custody during the compound raid, according to authorities who said she has been in the U.S. for more than 20 years after overstaying her non-immigrant visitor visa. Taos County authorities returned three days later and recovered the body of a severely disabled 3-year-old boy who they say was kidnapped by his father, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, in Georgia. ( As reported in the news.