Prosecutors claim the leader of a New Mexico compound was teaching the children to become school shooters. The compound where eleven children were rescued from in Northern New Mexico on Friday had a shooting range. One of the foster parents of the children claimed Siraj Wahhaj was training them to use assault rifles for future school shootings. Wahhaj was one of five adults arrested in the raid last week. All five are being charged with child abuse. A boy's decomposed body was found at the compound on Monday and is believed to be that of the missing three-year-old Atlanta boy that officers were searching for when they raided the complex.
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