'Taos, NM — Adding to the already insane nature of five suspected terrorist child killers being released this week, on Wednesday, after a judge granted them release, federal agents raided the compound once more and destroyed all the evidence by razing it to the ground.
As TFTP reported, the five accused child abuse suspects — arrested last week for allegedly training children to carry out school shootings — were released by a New Mexico judge despite frightening evidence against them. Days later, their compound was mysteriously ransacked by feds.
On a condition of their release, the defendants must adhere to 13 items required by the state including posting a $20,000 appearance bond, wearing an ankle monitor, no contact with their children, and house arrest. The only problem is, their house—which was a stolen RV—was just seized and their compound demolished as part of a mysterious campaign by federal agents.
Following a court order, authorities seized the RV where the five adults are believed to have been abusing 11 children and training them for school shootings.
The compound, on which authorities discovered the remains of a still-unidentified toddler, had stood vacant since the initial raid by Taos county deputies on August 3.'
Read more: After Releasing Suspected School Shooters, Child Killers, Feds Trash Compound, Destroying Evidence
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