Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, Hujrah Wahhaj, Subhanah Wahhaj, Lucas Morton and Jany Leveille #fundie #psycho

Five extremists were sentenced for their connection to a young child’s death and terrorism plot against the United States

Four of them — Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, his sisters Hujrah Wahhaj and Subhanah Wahhaj, and Subhanah’s husband, Lucas Morton — must spend the rest of their days in the federal prison system

The fifth, would-be prophet Jany Leveille, received 15 years in prison. She had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and being in possession of a firearm while unlawfully in the United States. U.S. District Judge William Johnson at the sentencing on March 6 noted that Leveille had gotten treatment for acute schizophrenia after her 2018 arrest, took competency evaluations, and had started taking medication[…]Originally from Haiti, Leveille faces deportation after her prison term

Morton and Siraj Wahhaj were convicted last year in a New Mexico federal court to conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, providing material support to terrorists, and conspiracy to murder an officer or employee of the United States. Morton was also convicted with the Wahhaj sisters with conspiracy to commit kidnapping resulting in death, and kidnapping resulting in death

Authorities said that the group, led by Leveille, abducted Siraj Wahhaj’s 3-year-old son, Abdul Ghani, from the child’s mother in Georgia[…]
“The group intended to use the child as a prop in a plan to rid the world of purportedly corrupt institutions, including the FBI, CIA, and U.S. military, and to kill those who did not convert and follow Leveille”[…]
Abdul died, however. Leveille claimed a prophecy that he would resurrect on Easter, April 1, 2018[…]
The belief was that he would come back as Jesus[…]
Leveille shifted the prophecy, discussing the child coming back either around his birthday on Aug. 6, 2018, or as Subhanah Wahhaj’s[…]child



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